Parents, schools, and communities can play an important role in creating environments where all youth can feel physically and emotionally safe.
Bill Emerson National Hunger Fellow writes about the great work being done in Baltimore to help the homeless.
This week the United States Interagency Council on Homelessness released a multi-pronged approach to ending family homelessness.
RHY Act authorized a system of emergency shelters for runaway and homeless youth that provided food, shelter and support.
Family and Youth Services Bureau hosted a discussion on the federal strategic plan with service providers of runaway and homeless youth and domestic violence survivors across the nation.
History of agency's leaders detailed in new e-book "The Children's Bureau Legacy: Ensuring the Right to Childhood."
In its last runaway study, the Department of Justice reported more than 1.6 million youth ran away or were kicked out of their homes.
Guidance is a road map for how to identify, engage, serve and ultimately restore victims.
LGBTQ youth are more likely than their straight counterparts to be bullied by their peers, ostracized by their communities, or fall prey to the scourge of child sex trafficking.
ACF's Family and Youth Services Bureau plays an important role in helping unaccompanied young people access a college education.
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