Greensboro, NC -- About 800 students at Smith High School call one room their safe haven.
That room is located in the school's lower level and is called The Golden Closet.
Monday through Friday throughout the school year, students can get clothes, food, even baby formula and diapers.
The items have been donated by different community groups.
The Golden Closet has been open now for nearly two years.
"It would be harder. It would be harder because sometimes, I just don't have it or I just can't get it so sometimes it really helps for this closet to be here." said Sophomore Elenia McKoy.
McKoy is also teen mom with a 2 year-old son.
According to Smith High School Social Worker Terri Sims-Warren, The Golden Closet is pretty full, but students still need certain items such as what Guilford county schools considers the standard mode of dress.
That's clothes like khakis and polo style t-shirts with a collar.
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