Helping kids transition from foster care to warm apartments in South Mississippi are, from left, Shellie Carter, program director at Breakthrough, Diane Easley, executive director at Community Care Network, and Michelle LaRotonda, senior case manager at Sue’s Home in Ocean Springs. Breakthrough helps homeless young adults after they “age out” of foster care.
Helping kids transition from foster care to warm apartments in South Mississippi are, from left, Shellie Carter, program director at Breakthrough, Diane Easley, executive director at Community Care Network, and Michelle LaRotonda, senior case manager at Sue’s Home in Ocean Springs. Breakthrough helps homeless young adults after they “age out” of foster care. John Fitzhugh jcfitzhugh@sunherald.com
Helping kids transition from foster care to warm apartments in South Mississippi are, from left, Shellie Carter, program director at Breakthrough, Diane Easley, executive director at Community Care Network, and Michelle LaRotonda, senior case manager at Sue’s Home in Ocean Springs. Breakthrough helps homeless young adults after they “age out” of foster care. John Fitzhugh jcfitzhugh@sunherald.com

These women are helping the ‘secret homeless’ teens on the Coast with nowhere to go

December 30, 2017 12:00 AM