RHY Resources


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.


Webinar: Enrolling Children and Young Families Experiencing Homelessness in Early Head Start

Building strong working relationships with community partners is key to supporting children and families experiencing homelessness. Early Head Start (EHS) programs can prioritize enrollment for pregnant and parenting young families experiencing homelessness by building partnerships with local Transitional Living Programs and Maternity Group Homes (MGH). Partnerships between EHS and MGH programs can increase critical supports to young families experiencing homelessness. In this webinar, learn about the MGH program, funded by the Administration for Children and Families' Family and Youth Services Bureau. Discover how one MGH and EHS program are working together to serve the needs of pregnant and parenting youth experiencing homelessness.



Staff Retention Information Sheet Series Now Available

The Family and Youth Services Bureau (FYSB) and the Runaway and Homeless Youth Training and Technical Assistance Center (RHYTTAC) are pleased to announce the availability of the Staff Retention Information (Info) Sheet Series. The five info sheets describe strategies for retaining quality staff in runaway and homeless youth (RHY) programs by focusing on self-care, organizational culture, hiring, compensation, and career pathways.

Access the info sheets below:



Juvenile Delinquency Cases Continue Downward Trajectory

Juvenile Court Statistics 2018, a newly released report from the National Center for Juvenile Justice, provides national estimates of delinquency cases and status offense cases, as well as details on how cases were processed and their disposition. Overall trends are positive. Since 2005, juvenile arrest rates decreased 62% for property offenses, 56% for public order offenses, 45% for person offenses, and 44% for drug law violations. The total delinquency case rate declined 53% between 2005 and 2018. 



A Promising Model for Transition-Age Youth

Chapin Hall at the University of Chicago has released a new report on a promising model for helping older foster youth successfully transition to adulthood and avoid homelessness. The researchers tracked 98 youth over three years who received service coordination, intensive case management, and Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT). Youth showed significant improvement in employment, financial literacy, and developing connections. Young people involved in the study said their experience with DBT was positive, helping them learn coping skills and regulate their emotions.


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