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Bianca's freedom story

16 June 2014

Bianca was living in an unstable family situation, and due to these circumstances, she found herself homeless at a young age. Bianca says that while she was scared at first to go to a youth refuge, she’s so glad she found The Salvation Army’s Oasis Youth Support Network, because it changed her life. She found a place that had hope and saw the potential in young people. For Bianca, if by sharing her freedom story one young persons life can be changed, there is value in that. 


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