Formerly Homeless Youth a ‘Jack’ of All Trades



Two years ago, Jack Wahlquist was a 17-year-old kid living in a turbulent household in St. Paul. He had no control over what was happening around him. He’d reached his tipping point, and did the only thing he could: get out.
He soon discovered Booth Brown House in St. Paul, a Salvation Army housing facility for homeless youth.
“I Googled ‘resources for homeless youth’ and found this place,” Wahlquist said. “I was able to move in. Since then, it’s been the best accomplishment I’ve had in my life.”

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