will have been reached with teen pregnancy prevention and adulthood preparation programming by the Family and Youth Services Bureau’s State Personal Responsibility Education Program by September 2014.
FYSB urges communities to continue critical efforts to prevent teen pregnancy.
less likely to receive a high school diploma by age 22 than similar young males who did not become fathers as teens.
The Family and Youth Services Bureau encourages all Americans to “PREP Teens for the Future.”
- More than 60,000
centers and family child care homes participated in QRIS or other quality improvement activities in 49 States/Territories reporting in 2012. Learn more about the QPR 2012 Report Data.
- 6 States and Territories
utilized mobile technology (remote data entry for licensors), improved reporting and e-licensing and paperless training records in 2012. Learn more about the QPR 2012 Report Data.
The Family and Youth Services Bureau encourages volunteerism as a pathway to self-sufficiency.
now have health insurance that’s there when they need it, at a price they can afford.
The Family and Youth Services Bureau marks the anniversary of the Affordable Care Act by encouraging those served by its programs to take care of their health.
have either signed up for a private health insurance plan or for Medicaid coverage.
The Family and Youth Services Bureau encourages all young people and families served by its programs to explore coverage today.
in the U.S. is a victim of physical, sexual, emotional or verbal abuse from a dating partner, a figure that far exceeds rates of other types of youth violence.
FYSB’s Adolescent Pregnancy Prevention programs teach young people about healthy, respectful dating relationships.
more likely to get pregnant and twice as likely to get a sexually transmitted infection after being physically or sexually abused.
The Family and Youth Services Bureau educates young people on the risks of dating violence through its Adolescent Pregnancy Prevention programs.
were sleeping on the streets, in cars, and in abandoned buildings, among other unsafe places, during the 2011-12 school year, according to a 2014 report by the U.S. Department of Education.
The Family and Youth Services Bureau needs your help to make sure that all young people in the United States have the stability they need to be successful in school.
were homeless or unstably housed during the 2011-12 school year, according to a 2014 report by the U.S. Department of Education.
The Family and Youth Services Bureau works with the Department of Education to identify and provide services to homeless youth.
homeless youth under 18 living on their own were in shelters during the Department of Housing and Urban Development’s 2013 point-in-time count of homelessness.
To find Family and Youth Services Bureau-funded shelters in your community, visit our map of providers.
were counted during the Department of Housing and Urban Development’s 2013 Point-in-Time Count of homelessness.
If you know a youth under 18 who has run away or is homeless, call 1-800-RUNAWAY for suggestions on how to help.
were on their own and homeless during the Department of Housing and Urban Development’s 2013 Point-in-Time Count of homelessness.
of people experiencing homelessness in America are under 25 and living on their own, according to the Department of Housing and Urban Development’s 2013 Point-in-Time Count.
Percentage of child support collections that went to families in FY 2013
Percentage of child support collected through income withholding from employee paychecks in FY 2013
Amount of child support that state and tribal programs collected in FY 2013