National Runaway and Homeless Youth Grantees Training

The National Runaway and Homeless Youth (RHY) Grantees Training is an annual event featuring training opportunities, networking, and workshops for RHY grantees. These training opportunities are intentionally diverse. They cut across all Family and Youth Services Bureau's (FYSB) RHY grant programs (Basic Center Program (BCP), Street Outreach Program (SOP), Transitional Living Program (TLP), and Maternity Group Home (MGH)), they respond to different experience levels (new, experienced, and advanced), and they cover the "Four Core" outcome areas (education and employment, safe and stable housing, social and emotional well-being, and permanent connections). The annual National Training is truly a testament to the breadth and depth of RHY work being performed by FYSB grantees.

For over 45 years, participants have had the opportunity to connect with federal staff, network with other grantees, and learn new and innovative strategies for sustainably integrating and implementing RHY programming into communities. Additionally, participants have the opportunity to learn more about effective strategies being implemented by grantees across the country through sessions and workshops. This event has provided a significant opportunity for individuals to come together to share knowledge, experiences, and creativity in order to pursue the common goal of providing effective services to the young people experiencing runaway and homeless situations.


Save the Dates: 2021 National RHY Grantees Training

The Family and Youth Services Bureau (FYSB) and the Runaway and Homeless Youth Training and Technical Assistance Center (RHYTTAC) are pleased to announce the 2021 National Runaway and Homeless Youth (RHY) Grantees Training will be held virtually from November 16th through November 19th. Registration and more details for the 2021 National Training will be provided as they become available. 

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