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The young adult drop in center serves young adult participants from all walks of life: from foster care, group homes, the juvenile justice system, homeless living on the streets, or simply from the community at large. Visit the AXS center to fill basic needs such as grabbing a meal, taking a shower or doing laundry. After you “drop in” you can find additional services, such as counseling, job training, housing referrals, GED study classes and other enrichment courses. 

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AXS Center

Yes

Free

English

All

18 Plus

Yes

18-25

No

Daily

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