What Do Vulnerable Young People Think of a Vocational Peer Mentoring Program?
Youth between 17 and 20 years old who were receiving residential and psychiatric care shared their perspectives of vocational peer mentoring within an evidence-based supported employment program.
What Former Transitional Living Program Participants Suggest for Improving These Programs
Read about how a case manager-turned-researcher and two former transitional living program (TLP) participants put TLP research into practice.
A Financial Literacy Curriculum Improves Financial Well-Being among Survivors of Domestic Violence
Researchers learned that survivors of domestic violence benefit from a financial education curriculum.
Toolkit Helps Youth Craft Transition Plans for Exiting Foster Care
The online resource is a collaboration between the U.S. Departments of Education, Health and Human Services, Housing and Urban Development, Transportation, and Labor.