A mother’s pain in losing a son to heroin, leads to opening a youth center

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WARRENTON, MO (KTVI) - A Warren County mother who lost her teenage son to heroin hopes the new youth center she opened will help save lives. Kelli Sheldon Clodfelter opened Jordan's Place, which is named after her son in Warrenton. The youth center, which offers recreation activities and programs to steer youngsters away from drugs and alcohol is designed to be a safe youngsters can call their own. Jordan's Place is opened Monday through Friday after school.

The hours for Jordan's Place are as follows:

Sunday through Thursday 3 pm to 9 pm

Friday and Saturday 3 pm to 11 pm

 

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