NCFY Reports

Aftercare Resources

Giving Back to the Community: African American Inner-City Teens and Civic Engagement. Author: M. Charles. No. 38 in CIRCLE Working Paper series. 2005. Available at

Homeless Young Adults Ages 18–24: Examining Service Delivery Adaptations. Authors: S. Ammerman, et al. 2004. Available at

Implementation of the Intensive Community Based Aftercare Program. Authors: R. Wiebush, B. McNulty, and T. Le. 2000. Available from the U.S. Department of Justice, Office of Juvenile Justice and Deliquency Prevention, at

Innovative Housing Programs for Homeless Young Adults Leaving TLPs. Where to Now? Author: New England Network for Child, Youth and Family Services. 2004. Available at

Midwest Evaluation of the Adult Functioning of Former Foster Youth: Outcomes at Age 19. Authors: N. Bost, et al. 2005. Available at

Out of School and Unemployed: Principles for More Effective Policy and Programs. Author: G. Walker. 1997. Available at

People Need Affordable Housing (fact sheet). Author: National Coalition for the Homeless. Available at

Preparing for Independence: Counseling Issues for Maltreated Youth. Authors: M. Beyer and B. Jaklitsch. 1991. Available at

Returning Home: A Look at Aftercare Services Provided to Delinquent Youth. Author: Citizens' Committee for Children of New York, Inc. 2000. Available at

John H. Chafee Foster Care Independence Program: Aftercare Services. Author: B. Jaklitsch. National Resource Center for Youth Development. Available at

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