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2000’s

Eastern Michigan University plans to provide further support to vulnerable college students through partnership with Ozone House and Washtenaw Community College
Eastern Michigan University news release, November 29, 2016

Queer Stories Help LGBTQ+ Youth at The Ark
Pridesource 11/10/2016

Educators seek solutions to helping homeless students graduate
Detroit News, October 5, 2016

Ozone House to hold annual Harvest of Hope benefit Sept. 9
MLive.com, August 26, 2016

At-risk youth learn job skills through Community Kitchen job training
MLive, August 11, 2016

School supply drive to benefit homeless students runs Aug. 8-19
MLive.com, August 6, 2016

Ozone House to Host Annual Event Benefitting LGBTQ Youth in Washtenaw County
PrideSource, February, 4 2016

ARTICLES FROM 2015-2019

Ozone House Gives Youth a Voice 12/11/2014

WorkZone Helps Youth Get Ready For Employment 10/26/2012

You’ve just crossed over into… the Queer Zone10/27/2011

Poetry from the Ozone House rides The Ride  8/20/2009

Welcome to QueerZone 9/13/2007

In the Zone 8/2007

U-M School of Social Work, Ozone House collaboration to focus on runaway youth 6/26/2006

Ozone House Aids, Comforts Troubled Youth  9/16/2002

1990’s

25 Years of Ozone House  12/1993

1980’s

Ozone House Counsels More Black Youths  9/15/1984

1980 staff at Arboretum

1970’s

Principles prove costly to Ozone House  11/ 10/1977

Ad in 1977

Ozone House Morale Sagging 7/4/1973

Crisis line 1970’s

Getting It All Together  12/1972

Community Center at 502 E. Washington After Fire  12/16/1972

Council Back Comprehensive Drug Fight  11/1972

Ozone House without Heat  12/1971

Runaway Youth Tell Why they left home   4/11/1971

Ozone House Needs a Chance to Show What it Can Do  3/26/1971

Ozone House 1971

‘Underground’ Plans Anti-Drug Fight   8/12/1970

In the Zone  3/1970

Commander Cody and His Lost Planet Airmen – Inspired name of OZONE HOUSE.

Ad for Commander Cody   2/1969

Ann Arbor Riots 1960’s

    Former Locations

    2000’s

    2019

    Moving to new home. Combining 1705 Washtenaw and 508 Miller Avenue

    1600 N. Huron River Drive

    2006

    Drop-In Center, 102 N. Hamilton Street, Ypsilanti

    1990’s

    1999

    Drop-In Center Established 30 N. Huron Street, Ypsilanti

    1997

    1705 Washtenaw Avenue, Ann Arbor

    1980’s

    1984

    Miller House Established, 508 Miller Avenue, Ann Arbor

    1970’s

    1978

    608 N. Main Street, Ann Arbor

    1973-1977

    821 E. Williams Street, Ann Arbor

    1973

    Canterbury House 721 East Huron Street, Ann Arbor

    1972

    502. E. Washington Street, Ann Arbor

    1970 – 1971

    602 E. William Street and 302 Liberty Street, Ann Arbor

    1969

    St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church, 306 N Division Street, Ann Arbor

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    Former Ozone House client August 6, 2016

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