The Hidden Homeless: Exploring the Impact of Housing Inequality on Young Adults
Dr. Mauriell Amechi writes about the impact of housing inequality on young adults, especially those who experience foster care
Living in my Tin Can
I was living in my car so I could stay at my high school. Insecurities about homelessness kept me from asking for help, writes Kristel Cosio.
Failed by the Juvenile Justice and Foster Care Systems
Systems-impacted youth and foster youth deserve to have their needs met. They also deserve love, happiness, and joy, writes Spring Keosoupha.
More Than an Exception or No More Exceptions
If failing is the expectation, what was the whole point of removing us from our family?, writes Aleta Smith.
A New Memoir Shares Lessons of a Boy Raised Homeless and in Foster Care
Is Transitional Housing for Me?
When young and vulnerable populations don't have access to stable housing, they are exposed to additional dangers, writes Olivia Valdovinos.
Where I am from
Ashley Calderon writes in this poem about what she identifies as her origin and home after experiencing homelessness.
Grieving the Loss of Housing and My Mother While Navigating College as a Foster Youth
Walking in your truth will give you the motivation and determination to get your college degree, writes Esther Taylor.