By Carolyn Jones Throughout high school and college, Alicia slept in cars, tents, friends’ couches, benches, on the bus, on
Why do so many of our children and youth end their lives? Recent news reports show that hospitalizations resulting from suicidal
With the news from two major studies released last month that one in five homeless youth has been trafficked, it is now clear
'Shabbat Across AO' has become an annual practice, this year at the Kosciuszko Foundation located on New York's Upper East
-Target housing production for the lowest-income families The report contains practical, achievable recommendations for addressing
My message to local advocates and planning bodies who are submitting applications to HUD without any investments in transitional programs for youth is simple: slow down! Let's study this question, and let both rapid re-housing and transitional living be part of the continuum of care for youth, so we can examine and compare results.
Homeless young people strive to remain invisible, knowing that if they look like they don't have a safe place to sleep at night, they can be exploited by the forces of the street -- pimps, thieves, criminals who want to recruit them, violent people who want to harm them just because they can.