Link: Investing to Improve the Well-Being of Vulnerable Youth and Young Adults: Recommendations for Policy and Practice
In October 2015, Youth Transition Funders Group published the following document:
Investing to Improve the Well-Being of Vulnerable Youth and Young Adults: Recommendations for Policy and Practice. Authors: Barbara Hanson Langford and Sue Hoag Badeau with Lyman Legters.
Here is a brief description from the introduction:
This document begins by exploring the important role and responsibility of each youth-serving system in supporting well-being for youth and young adults. Next, it presents a new framework for well-being for young people, highlighting the various domains of well-being and the role of families, communities, and public systems in supporting well-being. Finally, this document includes a series of concrete and actionable recommendations for youth system leaders, policymakers, and public and private funders for improving policy and practice to support the well-being of youth who are transitioning to adulthood.
Find out more about Youth Transition Funders Group at: http://www.ytfg.org/about/