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Homeless in Foster Care: What Would Really Keep Foster Youth from Sleeping in Offices
Today on The Imprint Weekly Podcast we feature a great conversation that Fostering Media Connections hosted last month called “Homeless in Foster Care: What Would Really Keep Foster Youth from Sleeping in Offices.”
What We’re Doing, and What We Aren’t, About Youth and Family Homelessness
On this week’s podcast, we discuss Biden’s new nominee to lead child welfare and family support policies at the Department of Health and Human Services; the tragic murder of a social worker in Illinois; and it’s decision time for the Supreme Court on the Brackeen v.
Sound Off: Youth Homelessness
In this Youth Voice Sound Off, writer Shay House gets comments from three people with knowledge and experience around youth homelessness.
Q&A with Sarah Rogers of Washington’s Dove House Advocacy Services
Youth Voice writer Tessie Ottaway-Chung interviewed Sarah Rogers of Dove House Advocacy Services in Washington state.
New York City Council Approves Long-Stalled Bills to Fast-Track Housing Vouchers for Homeless and Foster Youth
Today New York City Council approved two bills that make emergency rental assistance more accessible to at-risk youth.
Advocates Want More Done For New York City’s Thousands of Homeless Students
A report released Monday by Advocates for Children of New York found that more than 101,000 New York City students were homeless during the 2020-21 academic year.
California Gets $37 Million in Federal Funds to Improve Housing Options, Services for Homeless Youth
The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development has awarded four California communities a combined $37 million to combat youth homelessness.
Team Behind HUD Initiative Assisting Transition-Age Youth Wins Federal Service “Sammie” Award
Employees with the Housing and Urban Development's Office of Public and Indian Housing won an award for an initiative helping transition-age youth.