(WICHITA, Kan.) — A Wichita non-profit organization sees an increase in the number of those in need of help.
The Carpenter Place helps at-risk girls who are homeless, have problems at home, or age out of foster care. They're expanding their outreach because of the growing need. This includes opening an entire complex for girls who need their help.
"We are moving our life skills program to the apartment so that we can reach more of these girls that we know are in the community who need these services," said Shellee Morrison the Executive Director of Carpenter Place.
The organization relys soley on donations and volunteers. They are currently looking for volunteers and donors to fund and furnish the new apartments. The program they are expanding is called the Intensive Life Skills.