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This Spring, help AYA continue to grow.

Just as every spring rain creates growth, every resource and milestone youth achieve at AYA is essential for their journey towards stability.

Your dollar helps enable their growth.

What Can You Do?

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Understand the Issue

Schedule a tour of AYA’s drop-in center and learn more about the root causes of youth homelessness.

Respond with Generosity

Donate today – contribute financial gifts or become a recurring donor to fund valuable resources, or donate basic essentials.

Give your Time

Volunteer to help around our drop in center or prepare a hot meal.

Spread the Word

Tell your friends and family what you have learned and how to help. Follow us on Instagram and Facebook to stay in the loop!

Schedule A Tour

Tour our drop-in center and learn more about how we are serving youth.

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About AYA Youth Collective

Our Two Approaches to Fight Homelessness

Drop-In Center

We will see over 700 youth this year and offer resources such as basic needs, laundry, vital document recovery (driver’s license, birth certificate), medical care, therapy/counseling services, employment and education resources, and so much more.

Long-term Housing

AYA’s Supportive Housing Program operates 12 homes and can house up to 35 youth. In each home, mentors live alongside youth and act as their first point of contact. Community is built through weekly house dinners, shared experiences, and daily interactions.

About AYA Youth Collective

Our Two Approaches to Fight Homelessness

Drop-In Center

We see 450 youth a year and offer resources such as basic needs, laundry, vital document recovery (driver’s license, birth certificate), medical care, therapy/counseling services, employment and education resources, and so much more.

Long-term Housing

Our supportive housing resource is a place where youth can rest, recharge, and heal. In each home, mentors live alongside youth and act as their first point of contact. Community is built through weekly house dinners, shared experiences, and daily interactions.