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Bipartisan Group of U.S. Reps and U.S. Senators Call for Support for Children, Youth, and Families Experiencing Homelessness and Trafficking

Bipartisan letters were sent this week by Members of Congress to House and Senate leadership requesting increased funding for children, youth, and families experiencing homelessness in the next COVID-19 relief legislation that Congress approves. The House letter was led by U.S. Representatives John Yarmuth (D-KY), Don Bacon (R-NE), [...]

Making Time for Self Care

The day I decided to write and explore the benefits and challenges of practicing self-care was the day my temperature spiked nearly five degrees. I took two extra strength Tylenol and exhausted my to-do list. I felt fine otherwise, and assumed the 101.4 fever would go away in a [...]

Yorri Berry, Director of Youth Partnerships, National Network for YouthMay 14, 2020|Blog Post|

Who Has Time for Self-Care?

Clearly, you might. You clicked on the link based on the title alone and this is an encouraging sign. In reality you may be doing great. You may have your mediation techniques mastered and your Calm app on your phone may be your best friend. You may prioritize walks [...]

Tammy L. Hopper, National Safe Place Network May 6, 2020|Blog Post|

A “Pro-Care” Approach to Serving Young People At-Risk of and Experiencing Homelessness

Words matter! After having a discussion with advocates on the importance of aftercare services to end youth homelessness, I began to think that maybe we have it all wrong. Traditional services are very linear in delivery. This linear approach of before-care services, in-care services, and after-care services miss the [...]

Andrew Palomo, MSW, NN4Y Director of Community StrategiesApril 6, 2020|Blog Post|
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