JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- When you're a teenager and living in a homeless shelter, a lot goes through your mind.
"You don't want to tell your friends," said Sabon.
But many of the teenagers we met who were living at the Sulzbacher Center homeless shelter made it clear than homelessness was not living in them.
These homeless students need help, like warm clothes and school supplies. That's where the First Coast News/I'm A Star HELPing Homeless Students initiative comes in.
Sabon, 17, is a a student at Englewood High.
"I'm doing fine, I have a 3.0 GPA," he said.