Interrupting the Pathway from Foster Care to Homelessness
This brief highlights actions that child welfare systems can take to prevent young people who have experienced foster care from becoming homeless.
Young People Experience Significant Disruption and Loss Both Before and During Their Homelessness
This brief elevates the voices of youth as a call to adults to rethink and redouble their efforts in ending youth homelessness.
Rural Counties Lack Services for Youth Experiencing Homelessness
Unprecedented data about rural youth homelessness shows similar prevalence to urban youth experiencing homelessness.
A Substantial Number of Youth Experiencing Homelessness are Pregnant or Parenting
New research finds that pregnancy and parenthood are common among youth experiencing homelessness and that relatively few homeless providers serve minor...
One in 10 Young Adults Experience Homelessness During One Year
In this groundbreaking study, the prevalence of youth homelessness was found to be one in 10 among adults ages 18-25 and one in 30 among youth ages 13-17. The...
Youth Who Run Away from Out-of-Home Care
Given child protective services’ responsibility to provide stability for children in their care, running away from out-of-home care is an event of great...