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Runaway and Homeless Youth grantee has built a robust continuum of care to help homeless youth get off the streets in San Francisco.

Research shows that a dependable fatherly presence can promote children’s social and emotional well-being, academic achievement, and many other positive outcomes.

Parents, schools, and communities can play an important role in creating environments where all youth can feel physically and emotionally safe.

Promise House, an ACF-supported shelter for homeless and runaway youth in Dallas, Texas, gives at-risk teens individualized support, encouragement and hope to live a better life. Under the leadership of Dr. Harriet Boorhem, the president of Promise House, staff work to provide a safe place for these kids to call home.

Strengthening our efforts to serve victims of trafficking across human services systems.

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.

By Preparing Teens for Adulthood, We Can Prevent Too-Early Pregnancy

On January 15, the National Runaway Switchboard became the National Runaway Safeline, a federally designated national communication system funded by the Family and Youth Services Bureau that connects runaway and homeless youth to services and support.

Advocate Cyndi Lauper joins former homeless youth to share stories and ideas to improve services

All-day forum on human trafficking spotlights unique challenges faced by LGBTQ youth.