JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- When you're a teenager, there are some things that are expected: your own bedroom, close friends and big dreams.
"It has just been absolutely insane and you're supposed to stay positive," said Tabitha, "but sometimes it is just not possible."
Tabitha is 15 and she's homeless. It has been awhile since she has had a permanent address.
"Your home is a homeless shelter and you feel like you can't tell anybody that," she said.
Tabitha, her mom, sister and dad now live at the Sulzbacher Center. For a teenager who has always dreamed of becoming a dancer, her dream is being delayed by her living conditions.
"When I first got here, they showed us the room. When they closed the door, I fell on the bed and cried," she said.