Since 1969, Ozone House has been a place where young people can go to for shelter and protection from their troubled lives. As the organization celebrates its 50th anniversary, it has begun expansion of its current Ypsilanti location, which will provide better services to its clients and their families. Former client-turned-volunteer Bara Youness and Ozone House education program manager Dawn Espy talk about the program's future plans with WEMU's Patrick Campion and Concentrate Media's Sarah Rigg in this week's "On the Ground-Ypsi."
Sarah Rigg's Feature Article: Take a look inside Ozone House's new, expanded one-stop Ypsi location
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