The Right Investments in Young Adult Parents Can Make America Stronger
Stressful times push people to the limits. For many young people, stress comes from tuition bills, roommates who are late on rent, and job interviews that might have gone better with the right degree or certificate in hand.
Breaking the Cycle of Poverty in Young Families Two-Generation Strategies for Working with Disconnected Young Parents & Their Children
The National Human Service Assembly has completed a report documenting effective approaches to serving the 1.4 million parents, age 16 to 24, who are both out of school and out of work, referred to as OSOW in the report.