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Posted I Oct 14 2020

This guide contains practical information for direct service organizations to support their client base.

Posted I Oct 14 2020

This website provides updated youth financial education that makes it easier to incorporate financial education in the classroom.

Posted I Oct 02 2020

This survey from the Afterschool Alliance is focused specifically on the ways in which the pandemic has or has not affected fall afterschool programming.

Read the Youth Topic on Reconnecting Youth

Performance Partnership Pilots will test innovative, outcome-focused strategies to achieve significant improvements for disconnected youth in educational, employment, and other key outcomes...

Adolescence is an important time for promoting health and preventing disease.

Afterschool programs serve children and youth of all ages.

More than 2.1 million American Indians and Alaska Natives are under the age of 24.

Youth affected by bullying

stopbullying.gov provides information from various government agencies on what...

It is important that communities create a coordinated system of supports for children of...

Teen dating violence can be prevented through reducing risk factors, fostering protective...

Disabilities can be an important part of a young person’s identity and can contribute to their...

Teen motor vehicle crashes can be prevented, and statistics indicate that annual teen fatal...

Nearly all young people hold at least one job between ages 18 and 25. There are many advantages...

Click here for the Expectant and Parenting Young Families Youth Topic

The needs and wellbeing of expectant and parenting young people are an ongoing priority.

Family engagement is essential in promoting healthy development and achievement of youth.

Financial capability and literacy is “the capacity, based on knowledge, skills, and access, to...