across the country worked with the Federal government last year to come up with better ways to count the number of youth experiencing homelessness.
Read the report on lessons learned from that effort.
Intentionally hurtful words, blaming, and threats by a partner are often precursors to physical violence.
The National Domestic Violence Hotline, a project of the Family Violence Prevention and Services Program, has a helpful tip sheet for recognizing signs of abuse.
It also incorporates sexual violence, threats, and emotional abuse.
For IPV survivors struggling with severe emotional trauma, the National Center for Domestic Violence, Trauma and Mental Health, a resource center supported by the Family Violence Prevention and Services Program, has developed comprehensive, accessible and culturally relevant responses to the range of trauma-related issues caused by abusive relationships.
have experienced stalking by an intimate partner that made them fearful for their lives or the wellbeing of someone close to them.
The Family Violence Prevention and Services Act supports programs that provide safety planning alongside shelter and legal advocacy for victims of intimate partner violence to promote their health and wellbeing.
Runaway and Homeless Youth grantees entered the third annual RHY mural contest in 2013.
See all the entries and read, in their own words, why they are meaningful.
served by the Transitional Living Program are either pregnant or have already had at least one child.
FYSB’s maternity group homes teach young people parenting skills as well as health and nutrition, family budgeting, and other skills to promote their long-term economic independence and ensure the wellbeing of their children.
to the National Runaway Safeline were made by young people who were in crisis but had not yet run away.
The FYSB-funded Safeline provides crisis intervention services aimed at reducing family conflict and keeping young people safely at home.
received crisis intervention services through the National Runaway Safeline’s new online chat service in 2013.
FYSB’s Runaway and Homeless Youth Program uses a variety of online and offline strategies to make young people feel comfortable reaching out for help.
youth under age 18 are homeless and on their own for more than a week every year, according to estimates from the National Alliance to End Homelessness.
Learn more about the Federal Strategic Plan to end youth homelessness by 2020.