Ogden’s homeless youth will soon have a place to stay overnight instead of being out on the streets.


OGDEN — Six years ago, when Kristen Mitchell started thinking about opening a temporary shelter for homeless and unaccompanied youths, she knew it was an enormous undertaking.

A day dedicated for donations to Utah nonprofits raised $1.23 million on Thursday, March 31, impacting hundreds of nonprofits in the state and providing major


Kristen Mitchell, a senior at Weber State University who is majoring in social work, believes that all youth deserve a safe haven, an advocate and the opportunity to succeed. Through her nonprofit



OGDEN, Utah--

One of the state's first overnight shelters for homeless teens is opening its doors in Ogden. But it still needs a little


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