RHY Resources

Wishing for Climate Change in Your Schools? Here’s How You Can Help.

This action guide, developed by the U.S. Department of Education in partnership with the National Center on Safe Supportive Learning Environments, lays out steps that community partners can take to engage with schools to improve the learning climate for young people. Some ways youth work professionals can contribute include bringing others to the table; sharing data; and weighing in on possible interventions. To learn more CLICK HERE.



Emotional Hygiene is a Life Skill We Can All Strengthen

This 17-minute TEDTalk by psychologist Guy Winch makes the case for improving ‘emotional hygiene,’ and giving it as much attention as physical hygiene. To learn more about the impacts small emotional wounds can have on wellbeing, and simple actions one can take to address feelings of failure and rejection, as well as rumination CLICK HERE.


Single Mothers Face Unique Challenges in Completing College

According to the Institute for Women’s Policy Research, between 2000 and 2012, the number of single mothers in college more than doubled. Read this report for statistics about the barriers young mothers face, the benefits to increasing their academic achievement, and recommended supports.  To learn more CLICK HERE.


Grant Management Toolkit: Building Sustainable Anti-Trafficking Programs

This Toolkit helps organizations to develop and administer a successful anti-trafficking grant from the Office on Trafficking in Persons. The Toolkit is divided into three sections that parallel the steps organizations take prior to receiving the grant award all the way through sustaining the program: 

  • Prepare the Organization
  • Implement the Program
  • Examine Long-Term Success 

The Toolkit also includes many resources and references to help deepen understanding of each topic area, and hyperlinks are provided for convenience.

Access the Toolkit HERE.


Toolkit for Building Survivor-Informed Organizations

This Toolkit provides practical strategies for implementing survivor-informed policies and procedures to collaborate with and support survivor leaders as staff, volunteers, and consultants through a combination of:

  • Guiding principles
  • Assessment tools
  • Existing resources
  • Practical advice

Access the Toolkit HERE.

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