Youth Homelessness Resources

Chapin Hall produces resources to support practitioners’ and policy-makers’ efforts to end youth homelessness. These resources include recorded webinars, press conferences and tool kits.

Conducting a Youth Count: A toolkit

A step-by-step guide for communities conducting homeless youth counts.

Voices of Youth Count graphics

Find and download the graphics used in Chapin Hall’s Voices of Youth Count briefs.

Video: Voices of Youth Count Overview and Key Findings

A 15-minute video of a presentation by Dr. Matt Morton at the 2017 National Symposium on Solutions to End Youth Homelessness sponsored by Point Source Youth.

Webinar: Pregnant and Parenting Youth Experiencing Homelessness

This webinar provides an overview of the findings on the Chapin Hall report on pregnant and parent youth experiencing homelessness.

Webinar: Conducting a Youth Count

This webinar provides an overview to the report and toolkit produced by Chapin Hall to help local communities conduct effective point-in-time counts of youth homelessness.

Prevalence of Youth Homelessness Press Conference

Audio recording of the Nov. 15, 2017 press conference where Chapin Hall announced the prevalence rates of youth homelessness (one in 10 among 18-25 year olds and one in 30 among 13-17 year olds). Three young people with lived experiences share their stories.