FOX KRBK Julie Wilson speaks with former Rare Breed youth Dylan Wade about his experiences with The Kitchen, Inc.
Springfield News-Leader There are no easy solutions to the issues of homelessness facing communities across the nation, including Springfield. There is, however, an entire network of nonprofit agencies, businesses, officials, faith organizations and advocates communicating and working together to help those who are homeless or facing a housing crisis.
Springfield News-Leader There are a number of charities, ranging from ones that focus on local issues to those that are international, that aren’t worth getting involved with. Too many spend their cash on flashy ads with celebrities and pay their executives exorbitant salaries that are nothing short of disgraceful.
Springfield News-leader Rare Breed is changing, but the program's new leaders vow the downtown facility will remain a safe haven for homeless teens with nowhere else to go.
KOLR 10 The Kitchen Inc. is selling three and a half acres of property along Commercial Street and Jefferson Avenue - including the site that used to be the Missouri Hotel.
KOLR 10 A new homeless court program that aims to get people out of poverty is proving successful in Springfield.
Springfield News-Leader The Kitchen, Inc. is in the process of transitioning those who live at the Missouri Hotel to permanent housing.
Springfield News-Leader A year ago, when Ashley Harris tucked her three sons in the night before school started, they were in their own beds.