From the National Runaway Safeline: Marco’s Story of Child Abuse
A young man facing troubles at home reaches out to the Family and Youth Services Bureau's national communication system for runaway and homeless youth.
Children’s Bureau Grant Helps Raise Trafficking Awareness Among Arizona Youth-Serving Professionals
The Arizona State University Office for Sex Trafficking Intervention Research is delivering information to child welfare workers, juvenile justice professionals, and more.
When Mothers Experience Abuse, Addressing Their Mental Health Is Critical for Children's Well-Being
Read about how mothers' lifetime experiences of abuse and violence can have intergenerational effects.
'Margins of the Margins': FYSB Grantee Coordinates Response to Trafficking in New York
Learn about Edwin Gould Services for Children and Families, one of three organizations awarded a demonstration grant to help victims of severe trafficking.
Q&A: Peg Dierkers of the Pennsylvania Coalition Against Domestic Violence
The executive director of the nation's first statewide domestic violence relief organization speaks about challenges old and new.
Q&A: Jessica Nunan of Caminar Latino on Listening to and Empowering Youth Affected by Domestic Violence
Jessica Nunan discusses her counseling work with young people who have witnessed domestic violence, and the specific needs of that population.