Want to Start a Youth Program? Get Going Today With Our All-New Guide
We’re excited to unveil a new, interactive version of our “Guide to Starting a Youth Program.” It’s the only resource of its kind specifically developed for people (both adults and teens) who want to work with youth and help improve their well-being—and their futures.
NCFY Reads: Paul Tough's "How Children Succeed"
Many adults believe young people will succeed in life if they test well and get good grades. In “How Children Succeed: Grit, Curiosity and the Hidden Power of Character,” Paul Tough challenges that assumption.
Youth Speak Out: The Value of Permanent Connections
Anthony Ross was homeless at age 13, and now he's headed to law school. He credits a youth worker at Sasha Bruce House for helping him see his own potential.
Homeless Youth Under 18 Can Apply for Food Assistance, and Other Clarifications of SNAP Regulations
New policy guidance released by the United States Department of Agriculture aims to ensure that eligible homeless youth can get food through the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program, or SNAP.
Mantente en Contacto: Jóvenes Ofrecen Consejos sobre Mantenerse Conectados y Vivir Independientemente
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.
Keep in Touch: Young People Offer Advice on Staying Connected and Living Independently
In this video series for youth, young people share their stories and advice about staying connected to the people and programs that help them.
For Youth Experiencing Homelessness, A New Toolkit Puts College Within Reach
A recently published toolkit seeks to help homeless young people graduate from college by educating service providers on related resources and obstacles.
Mantente en Contacto: Marta
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.