RHY Resources

Past Funding Opportunity Announcements for Runaway and Homeless Youth Grant Programs

Subscribe to Grants.gov to receive updates on RHY funding announcements. Grants.gov (https://www.grants.gov/web/grants/search-grants.html) may contain prior years' funding announcements under the "Closed Opportunity Status." Individuals can also use the search in the keyword field for a specific grant to yield its status and see available information. An already awarded grant's upcoming information might show as "Forecasted Opportunity."

2022 Notice of Funding Opportunities will be posted on the RHY News page.

Transitional Living Program



Basic Center Program



Street Outreach Program


Maternity Group Home Program




Let’s Talk: Runaway Prevention Curriculum

National Runaway Safeline's Let’s Talk: Runaway Prevention Curriculum is a free, evidence-based, interactive, 14 module curriculum intended to educate young people about alternatives to running away as well as to build life skills so that youth can resolve problems without resorting to running away or unsafe behavior.

The curriculum can be used in any number of settings, including schools, youth groups, community centers, and after school clubs. Let’s Talk is primarily designed for youth ages 10-20, but can be adapted to other age groups.

Let’s Talk is also designed to be supremely user-friendly for instructors. Each module gives instructors all the necessary information, including worksheets that correspond to each activity, as well as pre- and post-tests.


Core Outcome Areas Literature Review

The Family and Youth Services Bureau (FYSB) is pleased to announce a compendium of measures focused on core outcome areas.  The four core areas include:1) permanent connections; 2) physical and social and emotional well-being; 3) education and employment; and 4) safe and stable housing.  This resource was developed based on a systematic and comprehensive review of the literature focusing on the latest research and identifying reliable and valid measures that target youth.  The compendium includes identified measures for each of the four core areas along with information on the age range for each measure, the delivery method for each measure, and all relevant scales and subscales. 


Rental Assistance is Available

The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) has debuted a new look up tool for renters and landlords to find information on rental assistance in their area and apply for assistance. The CFPB offers resources in English and Spanish to help renters and landlords access additional financial assistance related to housing costs. State and local programs are taking applications from renters and landlords to distribute money from the U.S. Department of Treasury’s Emergency Rental Assistance (ERA) program in their own communities to cover rent, utilities and home energy costs. The CFPB is encouraging people to help spread the word and connect others to the new tool. The following resources will continue to be valuable to both renters and landlords:

Here is a Dear Colleague Letter we encourage you to share to help get the word out about the ERA program.


Updated Teen Dating Violence Prevention Toolkit on The Exchange

The Family and Youth Services Bureau (FYSB), Adolescent Pregnancy Prevention (APP) Program has developed a Teen Dating Violence Prevention Toolkit to provide grantees and other youth service providers with information to incorporate teen dating violence (TDV) prevention into their existing projects. The e-promotion below announces the new toolkit which is now available on The Exchange.

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