The Office of Family Assistance is exploring strategies to reengage low-income boys and men of color to increase their levels of economic stability with the goal of improving individual and family well-being.
Youth homelessness is a complex issue that often has deep roots in family conflict, poverty and trauma.
Students in the program can reach their potential through professional careers and higher education in high demand fields such as information technology and financial operations.
All-day forum on human trafficking spotlights unique challenges faced by LGBTQ youth.
From foster care to a forever family: Christopher and his little brother find a permanent home with the Moore family.
The intervention produced a highly statistically significant impact at relatively low cost.
Big Brother helps prepare youth for the real world, including life's emergencies.
Native Americans are an extremely young population and youth are especially vulnerable to suicide.
28% of U.S. students in grades 6–12 experience bullying.
A Miami couple has welcomed more than 100 foster children into their home.
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