Kameron Rhys may only be 26 years old, but he is changing the entire landscape of resources for San Antonio youth experiencing homelessness.
“Back in 2018, I became homeless through somebody else’s drug use, that made it unsafe for me to stay in the place that I was at. And I really didn’t have anywhere else to go,” Rhys said.
The YAB is a group of young people working to close gaps in services for unsheltered youth. It’s supported by the South Alamo Regional Alliance for the Homeless (SARAH).
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