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Fast forward to August 11, more than 2, people are hospitalized and people are in ICUs with of them on ventilators.

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There are some similarities between my home country and where I live now Vaccines are easily accessible in every county these days, here are details on where to get yours. December 23, by Rose Hoban. Most college students look forward to a welcome break at the holidays, when they head home to families, take time to catch up on sleep and old friends, and get their laundry done.

Kayla is a second year student studying environmental sciences and TKTK. On most campuses, there are students who have nowhere to go.

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Kayla, in her second year in environmental studies at the University of North Carolina at Pembroke, is one such student. Kayla we are using only her first name to preserve confidentiality was taken from her parents when she was 8 years old and placed in foster care with relatives. And I ended up leaving home when I was in the 11th grade.

Once outside the foster care system, Kayla struggled when she got sick, worked to support herself, stayed with friends and managed to graduate high school in an early college program. That helped her transfer credits to UNC Pembroke. You just feel really alone and really isolated finding hopeless sometimes … My grades started falling. I went from this straight-A student to like, barely a C student because other things became more important, like having somewhere to sleep at night or having some food.

You just feel really alone. Things turned around for Kayla when she met Tamara Savage, one of the instructors in the social work program on campus. Currently, Kayla is among 15 homeless students who Savage is mentoring, helping keep them on track, and connecting them to resources. Photo credit: UNC Pembroke. She estimated there are several sex homeless students on the 7, person campus, a gleaned from the Free Application for Federal Student Aid, a form filled out by most students headed to college. Nationally, there are about 58, homeless college students, Pembroke to the FAFSA data, but Savage said most researchers reckon the true is three or four times that amount.

She received a small pot of money from the administration to hold monthly dinners, holiday celebrations, movie and game nights, and other social events. Savage said she understands intimately the importance of these students having the ear of a sympathetic adult.

Her parents had an acrimonious divorce that left her mom in financial straits. She and her brother lived with her mom until she went away to college, at which point, they all parted ways.

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Savage got through college doing work-study and couch surfing when the dorms closed. And so how do you navigate this world where nobody really understands you? Savage said she sees her younger self in the kids she works with now. She remembers being ignorant of the ways of the world when she landed in Chapel Hill. And so I just I was a good mimic … I was able to watch and sort of find my way, you know, climb ladders.

Now, mentoring is a large part of what she does with ASPIRE students: mentoring, connecting them, coaching, problem-solving. For instance, one young man had started freshman year strong, but as the semester progressed, his grades flagged. He was only 17, and without a trusted adult to co- for him, he was unable to open a checking so he could tap into his financial aid money.

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Courtesy: Tamara Savage. We talk a lot about our feelings and how to deal with current emotions.

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Those are some of the things Jeff Frederick, dean of the College of Arts and Sciencessaid he hoped for when he allocated funding to Savage to pay for the monthly dinners. Last year, Savage also got a small grant that allowed her to give small stipends to students to help them get by. Savage said it goes back to the basics of what people need to be healthy both physically and mentally: food, shelter and security.

Once the students have those basics, they can grow. Rose Hoban is the founder and editor of NC Health News, as well as being the state government reporter. Hoban has been a registered nurse sincebut transitioned to journalism after earning degrees in public health policy and journalism. She's reported on science, health, policy and research in NC since Contact: editor at northcarolinahealthnews.

Way to go Tamara.

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You are a great example of what it means to be a caring and resourceful mentor with these students. Your own story sets an example of what fortitude and intellegence can create out of chaos and you are passing it on to these students.

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One UNCP faculty member has taken it upon herself to make sure these students get what they need to succeed in school. By Rose Hoban Most college students look forward to a welcome break at the holidays, when they head home to families, take time to catch up on sleep and old friends, and get their laundry done. She's got curly hair and glasses. How you can help?

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