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Homeless Youth cirrus T Meet Marie Last year Marie —homeless and only 17 years old— had been on the run for weeks without her diabetes medication and became extremely sick. After stabilization and discharge from a hospital, and with no family or friends to turn to, she was dropped off at Our Family Services Reunion House Teen Shelter, confused and scared.
After a history of drug abuse and gang affiliation, Marie decided that she wanted a new path. By working with Reunion House staff, she earned her GED, obtained a full-time job, cut off all ties to her gang, and remains sober. With your help, Our Family Services is able to provide critical support for Marie and hundreds of others like her each year.
In fact, last year Reunion House offered a safe and supportive home for nearly homeless teens. Most youth come to Reunion House with little but the clothes they are wearing. We give them necessities and home-cooked meals, enroll them in school, and reunify them with their families whenever possible.
We provide a safe, welcoming home until a permanent placement is arranged, with stays averaging five weeks.
Reunion House is a Safe Place. Safe Place is a national youth outreach and prevention program for young people under the age of 18 in need of immediate help and safety. Businesses like gas stations, libraries, restaurants, etc.
QuikTrip gas stations, for example, comprise about two thirds of the Safe Place locations across Tucson. Services for Young Adults More than homeless young adults between the ages of sought housing at Our Family and through the local coordinated entry system last year.
Though some found shelter or were able to stay briefly with friends or extended family, nearly half were sleeping outdoors, in abandoned buildings, or other dangerous and unsafe places, leaving them at high risk for violence, human trafficking, and sexual exploitation.
We believe that each of these young people deserves a safe place to call home, a caring adult to lean on, and the opportunity to escape homelessness, heal from trauma, and build a solid foundation on which they can live healthy, productive lives.
Ending young adult homelessness in Pima County will not be easy but Our Family is committed to making this vision a reality.
We provide an unbroken pathway from homelessness to self-sufficiency for homeless young adults which includes street and community-based outreach, emergency shelter, and a variety of supportive housing programs.
We offer specialized housing services ranging from six months to two years or more for homeless LGBTQ young adults, teen parents, sex and labor trafficked young adults, and young adults with disabilities.
Housing is just the beginning, though. National studies find that homeless young adults require much more — education, employment, independent living skills, behavioral and physical health care, and legal services.
Each of our programs for homeless young adults include these elements. We connect young adults to employment and education programs that will put them on the road to lifelong success.
We offer on-site counseling, life and parenting skills classes, and legal services. And we provide each individual with a case manager, a caring adult who helps them identify personal goals, address barriers to stability, and begin their journey out of homelessness.only California specific studies to compare LGBTQ homeless youth with their heterosexual peers, and is therefore cited “In terms of case management, the biggest issue facing this community is sensitive Homeless Youth,30 Incidence and Vulnerability of LGBTQ Homeless Youth,31 and The.
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Basic Center – 4 to 18 people. Location of instruction: Middle College – funded in part by RHY and Children Trust Fund. Love Notes is taught in the Family Living and Parenthood class for .
|Proven Solutions - Coalition For The Homeless||Case Studies of the Reconnect Program, Final Report This research comprises a study of the support provided under the Reconnect program to young people and the families of young people who are homeless or at risk of homelessness.|
|LGBT Youth | Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Health | CDC||Scott Johnson Case ManagementHomelessnessNonprofitsPublic Sector 3 Keys to Effective Homeless Case Management More often than not, the fight against homelessness means supporting families and individuals who face multiple challenges. Increasingly, social service organizations and entities are recognizing the need for effective case management as a tool for providing the most effective and coordinated services.|
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These homeless family case studies provide profiles of poverty, abandonment, hunger and untreated medical conditions. Understanding the life situations of some of our most vulnerable kids can strengthen our resolve to be an adult mentor who practices student-centered teaching for ALL kids.
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