Southfield (CW50) – In 1987, Alternatives For Girls was founded to serve homeless and at-risk girls and young women through shelter, prevention, and outreach programs. The programs provide help to women ages 7-22, as well as their children when it comes to shelter.

Amy Good, CEO of Alternatives For Girls (Credit: Logan Tesmer/CW50)

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Amy Good, CEO of Alternatives For Girls, joined Lisa Germani on COMMUNITY CONNECT to detail the organization’s programs and talk about the impact it’s had on the community.

Amy Good, CEO of Alternatives For Girls, with Community Connect Host Lisa Germani (Credit: Logan Tesmer/CW50)

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To learn more about Alternatives For Girls, go to AlternativesForGirls.org

Amy Good, CEO of Alternatives For Girls, with Community Connect Host Lisa Germani (Credit: Logan Tesmer/CW50)

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