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Watch four youth workers from around the country describe their next steps for ending youth homelessness by the year 2020.

Watch Commissioner Bill Bentley introduce the Family and Youth Services Bureau and its work to help all Americans live productive, healthy, and violence-free lives.

40 Years of the Runaway and Homeless Youth Act

Melanie Heitkamp, Executive Director of Mountain Plains Youth Services, reflects on the difference that the Runaway and Homeless Youth Act has made in the field of family and youth services.

Sparky Harlan, CEO of the Bill Wilson Center, reflects on the difference that the Runaway and Homeless Youth Act has made in the field of family and youth services.

Maureen Blaha, Executive Director of the National Runaway Safeline, reflects on the difference that the Runaway and Homeless Youth Act has made in the field of family and youth services.

Jim Pearce, CEO of CDS Family & Behavioral Services, reflects on the difference that the Runaway and Homeless Youth Act has made in the field of family and youth services.

We asked youth workers from around the country to tell us what the Act has meant for America’s most vulnerable young people.

NCFY Voices

Young people from Baltimore explain how they raised funds for their after-school program.

What's The Biggest Obstacle to Adolescent Pregnancy Prevention?

NCFY asked Raul Rojas, from Planned Parenthood of North Texas, to name the biggest obstacle to adolescent pregnancy prevention in his community.

NCFY asked Brighton Ncube, from Riverside-San Bernardino Indian Health Inc., to name the biggest obstacle to adolescent pregnancy prevention in his community.

NCFY asked LaJuana Johnson, from Cardea in Seattle, WA, to name the biggest obstacle to adolescent pregnancy prevention in her community.

NCFY asked Barbara Boliere, from Miami, FL's Abstinence Between Strong Teens International, about the biggest roadblocks to adolescent pregnancy prevention in her community.

NCFY asked Mandy Paradise, from the Washington State Department of Health, to name the biggest obstacle to adolescent pregnancy prevention in her community.

Mantente en Contacto

En esta serie de video para jóvenes, unos jóvenes comparten sus historias y consejos sobre mantenerse conectados a las personas y los programas que le dan apoyo.

En este plazo de nuestra serie de video para jóvenes en transición, Marta explica cómo su conexión con un Programa de Centros Básicos le ayudó mantener la seguridad de su niño y le ayudó a ella a encontrar su estabilidad.

En este plazo de nuestra serie de video para jóvenes en transición, Ana cuenta la historia de cómo una agencia que provee servicios a jóvenes le ayudó en dejar de usar drogas y ponerse en camino de volverse a una trabajadora juvenil. Ella también comparte consejos para jóvenes que están buscando apoyo.

En este plazo de nuestra serie de video para jóvenes en transición, Juan comparte su trayecto desde un hogar para inmigrantes hasta la calle, y luego hasta una universidad prestigiosa de la música—gracias a una agencia que le ayudó crecer su confianza en sí mismo y sus destrezas.

Keep in Touch

In this video series for youth, young people share their stories and advice about staying connected to the people and programs that help them.

In this installment of our video series for transitioning youth, Megan explains how her relationship with a youth-serving agency helped keep her child safe and helped her find stability.

In this installment of our video series for transitioning youth, Annelle tells the story of how a youth-serving agency helped her get off drugs and on track to becoming a youth worker. She also shares tips for young people searching for support.

In this installment of our video series for transitioning youth, Juan shares his journey from an immigrant household to the street, then on to a prestigious music school--all thanks to an agency that helped build his confidence and skills.

What's Your Most Successful Collaboration?

Aaron Stites explains how a collaboration improved his organization's mental health services for youth.

Celia Thomas explains how a few local partners in Detroit helped her create a symposium on youth homelessness.

David Chaney, Sr. explains how a local partnership helped his clients become better dads.

Amber Ross explains her organization's most beneficial collaboration with a local partner in Cedar Rapids, IA.

Youth worker Esther Ngo describes her organization's most beneficial collaboration with a local partner.

Bill Thompson talks about his organization's partnership with a local clothing entrepreneur.

How Are You Fighting Youth Homelessness?

When Did You Make the Biggest Difference?

My Most Meaningful Relationship

What Makes a Good Youth Worker

NCFY Asks

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