RHY Resources

Apply for FY 2018 Integrated Services for Minor Victims of Human Trafficking

Deadline: April 4, 2019

Posted: February 4, 2019

OVC is seeking applications for the FY 2018 Integrated Services for Minor Victims of Human Trafficking solicitation.

This new program is designed to enhance the quality and quantity of direct services available to assist minor (under the age of 18) victims of human trafficking.

Organizations funded under this program will—

  • provide (directly and through partnerships) a comprehensive array of services that minor victims of sex trafficking and labor trafficking often require to address their needs for safety, security, and healing;
  • ensure that minors who have been trafficked are identified and referred for appropriate services; and
  • document the progress of the project.

This program places a priority on funding direct services provided by organizations with the capacity to implement a highly collaborative and comprehensive service model, engaging all appropriate community resources, to address the needs of minor victims of all forms of human trafficking.

OVC expects to make up to 40 awards through this solicitation totaling up to $20 million for a 36-month period of performance, to begin no later than October 1, 2019.

OVC will conduct a pre-application webinar on February 20, 2019, from 1:00 to 2:00 p.m. e.t. to review requirements and answer questions. Register now.

Learn more and apply for the FY 2018 Integrated Services for Minor Victims of Human Trafficking funding opportunity. For additional information about potential funding opportunities in the area of human trafficking, visit the FY 2019 DOJ Program Plan.

Apply by April 4, 2019.

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SOAR Training for Youth Serving Professionals

Many youth victims of human trafficking come into contact with health care and social service professionals yet remain unidentified. Youth and young adult victims of trafficking can present a wide range of physical and psychological health issues and social service needs. This webinar training aims to educate social service providers, youth serving organizations, and health care providers on how to identify, treat, and create a collaborative and appropriate response to youth victims of human trafficking. 

https://rti.connectsolutions.com/pp64tw1fjo5u/?launcher=false&fcsContent=true&pbMode=normal&proto=true

SOAR to Health and Wellness Live Webinar 8_21.pdf

 

"Here For Good: Sustaining Your RHY Program with Local Support" is Now Available

The Family and Youth Services Bureau (FYSB) and Runaway and Homeless Youth Training and Technical Assistance Center (RHYTTAC) are pleased to release “Here For Good: Sustaining Your RHY Program with Local Support” – a sustainability resource for Runaway and Homeless Youth (RHY) Programs.

Feedback from the 2018 Runaway and Homeless Youth Grantee Assessment, 2018 National RHY Grantees Training, 2018 Regional Meetings, and other sources continues to emphasize sustainability as a key priority for grantees of FYSB’s RHY Program. While the population of youth needing RHY services has grown and the communities where such services are available have expanded, funding for programs has become increasingly competitive and limited. RHY programs are exceedingly challenged to engage community partners, develop diverse sources of funding and support, and eliminate dependence on federal funds. This resource includes strategies, case studies, and exercises to facilitate team exploration of strengths and opportunities. 

View this resource online, please click here.
To print this document at your home or office,
please click here.
 

Study: “Vaping” is Up, Other Drug Use Declines in High Schools

An annual report from the University of Michigan’s Institute for Social Research used data on 44,000 high school students to examine trends in tobacco, alcohol, and illicit drug use from 2017 to 2018. While data indicates that cigarette smoking and drinking declined, and marijuana use remained steady, use of e-cigarettes (or “vaping”) nearly doubled. Opioid misuse appears low in high schoolers, but builds among 18- to 24-year-olds, suggesting a need to target young adults for prevention efforts. Learn more about the study.

 

Link: http://www.aappublications.org/news/2018/12/17/monitoringfuture121718

 

 

 

 

 

 

For Goodness Cakes Expanding to East Coast

The nonprofit For Goodness Cakes partners with volunteers and organizations serving disadvantaged youth (up to age 27) in order to provide home-baked cakes that celebrate the special moments in young people’s lives. In addition to chapters in AZ, CA and NM, the organization recently opened an office in Philadelphia, PA. RHY providers in these areas can apply online to become partners; those in other regions can encourage local “champions” to start a new chapter nearby. Submit a request or learn more about forming a new chapter.

 

Link: http://www.forgoodnesscakes.org/

 
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