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2015 Impact Report

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2015 IMPACT REPORT

WHO WE SERVE

Housing

Education

Wellness

Pillars of Service

Leadership

Volunteer / Mentor

# of patients served by the Crew'sn Healthmobile Program at the Youth Center

Aletha, 24

Xanthe, 18

Rob, 16

Kat, 17

Unduplicated Youth Served

Age

Gender Identity

Race

During my stay for two years in P.O.N.D housing program. I  experienced tough love, learning how to be independent, and growth.  It has given me the confidence I needed to move forward in my life.

"My experience with the med van was phenomenal. I have had so much trouble finding the medical and legal help that I need. The med van was everything and more than I could have possibly hoped for."

“Q High is a safe place for me and all LGBT students.  It provides us a haven to get an education and allows us to better our future.  Q High enables us to be true to our gender identity and not be afraid to be steadfast in our orientation.”

"Camp has helped me more than I had thought it would. Each time I've come back I feel more confident and my cabin has always become a second family for me. The bonds I've made won't be forgotton. "

Visit onenten.org/legacyclub for more information.

Taxpayer money saved per year, per youth when  in our housing program vs on the streets. *

QHigh capacity utilized by students pursuing their education.

Youth who secured employment while enrolled in the Y.E.S Mentorship Program

Youth trained in our Sources of Strength Suicide Prevention Program.

# of youth accepted into 2015 CampOUTdoors the largest LGBTQ Youth Camp of it's kind

Capacity has increased from 5 to 40 units in our P.O.N.D housing program since 2013

Phoenix Youth Volunteer Hours given back to the community

$40K

78%

100%

45

1,210

250

150

Visit: onenten.org/volunteer for information on volunteering.

Join Legacy Club for as little as $25/mo.

Legacy Club

$1,564,925

$1,109,942

Become a Mentor and  make a difference in the lives of our young people.