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The Center for Urban Youth and Family Development located in Detroit, Michigan, is an organization that empowers youth transitioning out of the foster care system by providing substance abuse prevention, life skills training and workforce development programs. In 2012, the Center had the privilege of receiving $50,000 from the Maxwell House Drops of Good Community Project with which an abandoned house was renovated to provide a place for aged-out foster youth to call home.
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