Creating Opportunities for Youth in Crisis Through Art Studio Programs
Learn how arts exploration benefits young people in a runaway and homeless youth program, and functions as an art studio for the community.
How Does a Strong Advocate-Survivor Alliance Help Survivors of Domestic Violence?
Researchers explore what specific aspects of the relationship between survivors of domestic violence and their advocates might contribute to survivor well-being.
Implementing Mental Health Screenings for Children and Youth in Family Shelters
A shelter-based pilot program in Jacksonville, Florida, explores the possibility of connecting homeless children and youth to mental health services.
Toolkit for Service Providers Sheds Light on Youth Trauma, Resilience
“Trauma & Resilience: An Adolescent Provider Toolkit” is the last in a six-part series addressing the intersection of health and violence.
Can an Adapted Group Therapy Model Help Female Victims of Commercial Sexual Exploitation?
An intervention originally designed for female prisoners shows promise for treating survivors of sexual exploitation and trafficking, a recent study finds.