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House: Matthew House and Need

house: These kids don't just need a bed or a room, said Karen Francis, executive director of Matthew House, according to Toronto Star. They need a community, they need a family, they need a place to belong. Five unaccompanied youth refugees will move into a cozy four-bedroom home, operated by Matthew House, a non-profit charity that helps refugees with their settlement needs. The long-term youth home is the second residence of its kind. The new house was purchased by C3 Toronto, also known at Christian City Church International, and the residents will live rent-free, with utilities and maintenance covered by the church. The organization's first residence for refugee youth houses seven. ( As reported in the news.