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Anchorage Children’s Home currently operates a Street Outreach & Recovery Program serving an average of 200 homeless youth in our community.
The program is a mobile unit of street outreach workers who engage homeless youth, providing basic essentials such as food, water and hygiene products, while building a trusting relationship helping them to make a smooth transition into self-sufficient living free from the dangers of homelessness and street life.
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Total spending nationally for K-12 schools and college combined is projected to reach .7 billion, down from last year’s .8 billion largely because of the decreased number of households with children in elementary through high school.
The sales tax holiday also benefits Sunshine State retailers who see increased sales and as a result, create new jobs for hard working Florida families.In addition, shoppers also plan to spend: K-12 families plan to do most of their shopping at department stores (53 percent), discount stores (50 percent), online (49 percent), clothing stores (45 percent) and office supply stores (31 percent).Among K-12 shoppers, teens are expected to spend an average .71 of their own money, up from .88 10 years ago, while pre-teens should spend .40, up from .94 from 10 years ago.The next city with most clinics is Jacksonville with a total of 32 clinics.Free is updated and maintained by users like you so if you know of any new clinics in Florida or any updates that need to be made to our database please contribute.