There are some extra things that Life House is looking for and hoping for your help stocking their shelves for people in need.

They are looking for Full-Size shampoo and conditioner, deodorant, diapers in sizes 4, 5, and 6. They are looking for people to drop them off, drop off cash, or you can order online too and have them shipped right to the Life House at 102 W. 1st Street.

They are open Monday-Friday from 11 am to 5 pm.

Life House provides services to help meet the needs of homeless people and also street youth and young adults 14-24. They have a drop-in youth center, 48 units of housing, mental health and wellness services, education, and employment services.

According to a blog on the Enbridge Website, 100 youth in Duluth, Minnesota grapple with homelessness every day. They are doing their part by sponsoring a loft program. It is programs like this that fund what Life House can do. Life House hopes that everyone can leave and begin their life, but most people come back, but only as a visitor. They check in to let everyone know what is happening in their life.

On March 8th they will be a part of the Bloody Mary Battle and Brunch at the Clyde