Conveniently located where the Atlanta BeltLine's Eastside and Southside trails connect, The Shed at Glenwood has joined forces with the Rainbow House Coalition this November in honor of National Homeless Awareness Month.
Rainbow House Coalition is set to open its first house for at-risk LGBTQ youth across the Atlanta metro, and at the beginning of March, several tenants will have a new home.
Rainbow House Coalition (RHC) will soon open its first house for at-risk LGBTQ youth of Atlanta. RHC works to eliminate homelessness in the LGBTQ community by providing new and innovative affordable housing.
The co-founder of an organization that cares for homeless LGBTQ youth launched a new group on Monday with plans to house LGBTQ people in need in rented homes, tiny houses and shipping container apartments.
As the Founder and previous Executive Director of Lost N Found Youth (LNFY), Rick Westbrook, along with a group of “thoughtful, committed, citizens” formed the organization and grew it to the success that is today. Mr. Westbrook, stepped down from LNFY earlier this year in order to pursue more viable solutions for LGBTQ youth homelessness. That solution is the Rainbow House Coalition.