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Children’s Home of Stockton opens transitional housing program to tackle youth homelessness

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Youth homelessness continues to be a problem in Stockton, with about 150 youth self-identifying as homeless.

A new program has opened in Stockton to help tackle that problem.

The Children’s Home of Stockton has opened the Catalyst, a transitional housing program for transition-age youth providing services to unsheltered youth ages 18-24, helping them become independent through mentorship, guidance and support. 

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CONSTRUCTION DERBY

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A recently approved housing project near the edge of town is set to add even more new homes to the city’s growing number of parcels. 

The Balisha Ranch subdivision was approved by the Turlock Planning Commission on Sept. 2, giving the go-ahead to Woodward Partners LLC for the construction of 50 new single-family homes at 2930 E. Tuolumne Road near Denair. The 17.4-acre site is currently home to a walnut orchard right along City limits.

Katie Quintero, the City of Turlock’s Deputy Director of Development Services and Planning Manager, said the Balisha Ranch subdivision is one of 16 housing projects currently underway throughout town. In total, these housing and apartment complex developments will add 1,105 new dwelling units once completed. 

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