Pop-Up “Care Villages” Combine Services with Dignity and Engagement for Homeless Youth
New approaches to one-stop shops combine services with initiatives that promote dignity, peer empowerment, and engagement.
How do Homeless Young Men and Women Cope Differently with Adversity and Generating Income?
Discover how gender differences are related to homeless youth’s stressors, coping strategies, and types of employment (i.e., legal or illegal).
Learn About Strategies for Preparing Youth for Employment
As part of implementing the new Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act, the government has rolled out a new online teaching and learning community.
More Social Services May Lead to More Sources of Income for Hispanic Teen Mothers
Learn how upping in-person interaction between social workers and Hispanic teen moms may help these young moms become more self-sufficient.
Q&A: Kristin Ferguson on Supporting Young People as They Learn to Support Themselves
Learn how to get homeless young people employed in the formal economy by way of three equally important ingredients: clinical, case management, and employment support services.