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22nd of July 2019

Savannah Morning News Article on FAM Program

The July 2019 article in the Savannah Morning News addresses the progress of the Family Always Matters (F.A.M.) Family Preservation for Teens Program at Park Place Outreach since its inception in October of 2018. The article also gives a clear background about the current FAM program manager, Kendall Walker, and his challenges as an adolescent […]

13th of December 2018

Park Place Outreach Given $4,200 Worth of Plumbing from Roto-Rooter Plumbers of Savannah

Roto-Rooter Plumbers of Savannah donated $4,200 worth of plumbing equipment to Park Place Outreach Youth Emergency Shelter as part of their “Give the Gift of Plumbing” program. The home, which serves runaway, homeless and at-risk youth ages 11-17, received seven new toilets, a new garbage disposal and a new kitchen faucet. Click here to read the […]

Family Preservation for Teens Program Launches at Park Place Outreach Youth Emergency Shelter

On October 1, Park Place Outreach is launching a new program called Family Preservation for Teens, funded by the Promoting Safe and Stable Families grant. The Family Preservation program works with teens and their families to receive case management services, support service, and placement prevention services to help teens remain safely in their homes to […]

Bank of America Awards $12,500 Grant to Park Place Outreach

The Bank of America Charitable Foundation has awarded a $12,500 grant to the Park Place Outreach Youth Emergency Shelter for operational and program expenses. Click here to read the full story. 

New Members Named to Park Place Outreach’s Street Outreach Team

Help us in welcoming our two newest team members of our Street Outreach Program, Jamal Choice and Pamela Franklin.  Click here to read the full story. 

30th of May 2018

TEDx Talks – The Legacy of a Homeless Teen

Our executive director, Julie Wade, shares the sobering reality faced by teenagers struggling with chronic homelessness. She tells stories from her own experiences of working with these teens, challenging us to recognize the impact our own actions on these teens who want more than anything, to be the same as their peers.

5th of October 2017

Park Place Outreach Executive Director

Attorney Julie Wade Selected As Executive Director of Park Place Outreach Youth Emergency Shelter | The Savannah Tribune

8th of August 2017

Youth Shelter Hosts Dinner Program to Connect With Savannah Community

Park Place Outreach is a Rock in an Angry Sea

6th of December 2016

From Park Place Outreach’s Board President: 6 ways to help keep kids off the streets

By Todd Cellini Special to Savannah Morning News Numbers tell the story. Each year, between 1.6 million and 2.8 million kids across the United States run away from home. If all of those runaways lived in one city, it would be the fifth-largest city in the U.S. — after New York, Los Angeles, Chicago and […]