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Expanded Schenectady youth shelter unveiled

Nancy Chiarella, chairperson of the Capital Region Coalition to End Homelessness, kicks off Homelessness Awareness Month on Friday at the grand re-opening of SAFE House, a shelter for homeless and runaway youth on Albany Street in Schenectady.
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Nancy Chiarella, chairperson of the Capital Region Coalition to End Homelessness, kicks off Homelessness Awareness Month on Friday at the grand re-opening of SAFE House, a shelter for homeless and runaway youth on Albany Street in Schenectady.
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Young people in need of shelter have an expanded opportunity to get it at a newly renovated and expanded facility on Albany Street, the program’s director said Friday. SAFE House, a shelter for homeless and runaway youth, held the grand re-opening of its facility at 1344 Albany St. The re-opening highlighted an event held by the Capital Region Coalition to End Homelessness to mark Homelessness Awareness Month. At SAFE House, there are now 12 beds ...

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