HUD gives Nashville millions toward new facility to help homeless youth

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Nashville leaders made a major announcement that will help youth who have nowhere to live.  

Officials with the Department of Housing and Urban Development announced they’ll give Nashville $3.54 million dollars.  

The money will be used to build housing for young adults who have nowhere to go.  

“This is my home and it’s a community that is capable of great things but sometimes we just don’t know when there’s something wrong unless someone comes along and opens our eyes. It’s easy to be sheltered in our lives and not see the people out there that really need us,” said Ashley Oswald.  

The new facility will be built in North Nashville along 16th Avenue North.  

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