The National Runaway Safeline updated the Let’s Talk: Runaway Prevention Curriculum with new topics, resources, and activities.
Kelly is a young mother who became a Certified Nursing Assistant with the help of the Health Profession Opportunity Grant (HPOG).
National Research Center on Hispanic Children & Families developed this article, which describes the composition of low-income LGBTQ Hispanic families.
This article highlights the work of two researchers who are pioneering changes in sex education that bridge the gap between sex education and trauma-informed care.
NCFY has compiled a list of resources that can help anti-violence programs provide inclusive services to LGBTQ youth.
A researcher at Northwestern University's Feinburg School of Medicine, describes a study she co-authored on the mental health and victimization of LBGTQ youth and how it progresses over time.
The United States Interagency Council on Homelessness, leaders in youth homelessness prevention and intervention advocated for youth-centered, culturally-responsive services.
A new guide helps parents involved in the criminal justice system work with the child welfare system to stay involved with their children and understand the reunification process.
This article describes a recent study on whether new mothers dealing with past trauma would be able to develop an attachment to their babies.
This article describes a pilot program in which researchers examined if Family Foundations could be tailored for low income, urban minority teen mothers and the fathers.
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