For young adults in Baltimore who age out of foster care or find themselves bouncing from one place to another, there's finally a place they can call home.
Restoration Gardens, a new housing unit in the Baltimore area, has been designated specifically for young people 18-24 years old, CBS reports. The former school renovated into an apartment complex marks a new start for young people.
Luther Thompson, 22, has been homeless since he was 18 and says he's hopeful about his new beginning.
"It's a blessing for me because my family lineage shows nothing but struggle, but now I don't have to do that anymore."
Thompson says he'll use this opportunity to show other homeless youth the options they have.
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