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Thrive Youth Center Oct 23
Want a little art to spice up your living or working space? Register today for the Art to Thrive online silent auction Nov. 6-14thm and support LGBTQ+ youth experiencing homelessness in while doing some beautification!
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Sheryl Recinos MD Oct 22
I was invited to a zoom book club to discuss my memoir. It was so much fun!! I want to do more of these. Seriously, I love helping people brainstorm ways to help at-risk youth in their communities.
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Joanna Styrczula Oct 23
2SLGBTQ+ are especially vulnerable to mental health concerns. Stigma, rejection, violence etc. contributes to 2SLGBTQ+ homelessness (up to 40% of homeless youth identify as 2SLGBTQ+). Strong family support reduces risk of suicide by 93%.
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Safe Place for Youth Oct 23
We are honored to have been chosen as the Best Nonprofit Organization for the Best of The Westside. Thank you to the readers and supportive community members! Read more here:
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Lanette Angeline Oct 21
Cross-systems prevention is needed in the fight to ! What a great conversation.
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Project UP-START Oct 23
Thank you for inviting and to speak to Liaisons around the nation about the importance of helping Unaccompanied Homeless Youth with their FAFSA. It was a great discussion to help so many students!
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Dan Zaroski Oct 22
Thank you for connecting with We had a great virtual volunteering experience this morning!
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LandAid Oct 23
As the property industry charity, support from it will enable us to achieve our mission – to . Thank you - you will be instrumental in ensuring that our Boards and Committees have the right talent to enable us to achieve our mission.
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BenjaminFoundation Oct 21
In her own words, one young person we have supported expresses how thankful she is for our help during the pandemic:
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A.J Hendry Oct 19
Ending homelessness isn't simply providing housing, it's healing truama. The house is only the platform needed for the healing journey to begin.
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Safe Place for Youth Oct 22
We love seeing furry friends at the SPY Access Center 🐶🐱💙
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Steve Benson Oct 22
Some important work from and highlighting the issue of youth homelessness and the action needed to tackle it
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California Coalition for Youth Oct 22
269,269 K-12 students were experiencing homelessness in California at the end of the 2018-2019 school year, according to a new study from UCLA. That's enough students to fill the entire Dodger Stadium in Los Angeles about five times.
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DrawBridge.Youth.Arts Oct 22
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Lanette Angeline Oct 21
When working to , don’t overlook prevention.
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Youth Emerging Stronger Oct 22
It’s Move-in day! A warm bed, food and stability is simply a dream for some. Today, it’s reality for our Youth, Nick. Welcome Home!! Click here to support his journey !
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Annie Hall Oct 22
Really looking forward to joining colleagues next month to raise awareness of how access to digital skills training can help equip young people affected by homelessness through covid by enabling them to reach their potential
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DrawBridge.Youth.Arts Oct 24
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Safe Place for Youth Oct 21
Please join us for a virtual event tomorrow evening - From Ally to Advocate. We will be discussing how SPY defines racial and social inequity, how it affects our services, and how you can be an advocate for our youth. RSVP here:
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California Coalition for Youth 17h
The report issued Monday also found that one in five community college students, one in 10 California State University students and one in 20 University of California students experienced homelessness during the year.
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