ADVISORY: Next Level Trainings leadership team to renovate transitional housing for homeless teens through Huckleberry House

January 15, 2019
Contact: Beth Mallet

Next Level Trainings leadership team to renovate transitional housing for homeless teens through Huckleberry House

COLUMBUS, OH – Teens all across central Ohio go to Huckleberry House, if they are in need of shelter and other resources are received and treated with unconditional kindness and respect. The 19th class of Next Level Trainings is supporting Huckleberry House with two Facility Improvement Days.

Huckleberry House is a non-profit organization that provides emergency shelter services, a youth crisis hotline, and counseling services along with a transitional living program for formerly homeless youth ages 17-22 in Columbus.

WHAT: Facility Improvement Days. For two full days, Next Level Trainings will be working to renovate a community room. The team will be updating window coverings, cabinetry, appliances, cleaning and installing new furnishings into a space dedicated to young adults, and their children, in the transitional living program. The end result will be an improved and updated general educational space that will be utilized to provide educational and life skill programming.

WHEN: Saturday, January 12, 2019 and Sunday January 13, 2019
(8am -5pm both days)

WHERE: Huckleberry House’s Future Transitional Living Program Apartment Complex
(Media may call for address, but cannot publish address.)

WHO: Next Level Trainings & Huckleberry House

WHY: The physical improvement initiative is part of a larger community service project to raise $117,000, collect 1,500 tangible goods, and provide 3,700 hours of volunteer support for Huckleberry House.

For information on the fundraising campaign, visit:
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For information on Next Level Trainings, visit:

About Huckleberry House
Started in 1970 as a shelter for runaway teens, Huckleberry House serves young people and families in crisis. The organization’s four core programs include a 24-hour shelter for teens, an 18-month transitional living program for young adults who have experienced homelessness and are preparing to live independently in permanent housing, a youth outreach team that connects young people with resources and a family support counseling program with an expertise in adolescent cognitive behavior practices.