National Runaway Prevention Month

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Carrying the Messages of Runaway Prevention Month Forward Beyond November
Learn about free materials organizations can distribute to prevent and end youth homelessness year-round.

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National Runaway Prevention Month: LGBTQ Youth
Learn how you can help prevent LGBTQ youth victimization and homelessness.

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You Can Get the Help You Need: L's Story
Watch the story of one youth who found help through the National Runaway Safeline.

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National Runaway Prevention Month: System-Involved Youth
Learn how to change the prevalence of homelessness among system-involved youth.

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National Runaway Prevention Month: Promoting Awareness
Discover some easy ways to spread the word about National Runaway Prevention Month throughout your network.

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National Runaway Prevention Month 2015: Preventing and Responding to Youth Homelessness
Learn about interventions that strengthen families and young people's ability to be self-sufficient.

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Does the Home Free Program Affect Family Dynamics, Communication?
Researchers talk to 107 parents and guardians whose children used the service offered by the FYSB-supported National Runaway Safeline.

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Attend a Film Screening and Discussion About Youth Homelessness—November 17, 2 p.m. EST
The first-of-its-kind event will unite participants from 10 locations and online.

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4 Ways to Promote National Runaway Prevention Month on Social Media
Get creative ideas for using Facebook and Twitter to raise awareness about runaway and homeless youth.

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This National Runaway Prevention Month, Show There’s More to Youth than ‘Meets the Eye’
Join the National Runaway Safeline in raising awareness about the needs of runaway and homeless youth.


9-5 pm Eastern