Runaway and Homeless Youth
The Impact of Services on New York Runaway and Homeless Youth: An Interview with James Bolas
James Bolas discusses research conducted around New York state about the impact of runaway and homeless youth services on the youth who use them.
The Role of Childhood Abuse on Street Victimization and Housing Instability
Researchers investigate whether and how growing up with multiple caretakers and experiencing different types of abuse affect youth’s housing stability and victimization while homeless.
Personal Perspectives: Commissioner Rafael López
ACYF Commissioner Rafael López shares how his experiences and family play a role in his work with the Family and Youth Services Bureau and the Children's Bureau.
From the National Runaway Safeline: Jack's Runaway Teen Story
A young man kicked out of his home for being gay reaches out to the Family and Youth Services Bureau's national communication system for runaway and homeless youth.
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).