Center greets homeless
Carrying a pink backpack and wearing her dark brown hair piled up on top of her head, Yasmine Molina stood in a line with about 30 other people at the place where she must begin each night to receive food and shelter.
She was at the intake center for the Lake County-based nonprofit, Providing Advocacy Dignity and Shelter, known as PADS.
A Pennsylvania native, Molina said she moved to Lake County to be with her father and brothers last December, but domestic abuse drove her out of the home. That was about two months ago, she said, and she’s been using PADS’ services since.
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