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Awareness at a Cost:  The Risk of Unintentional Exploitation in Sharing Youth Voice
Awareness at a Cost: The Risk of Unintentional Exploitation in Sharing Youth Voice In the youth services provider community there has been a movement to recognize that youth involvement in meaningful roles is not just a good idea, but can actually lead to positive outcomes. “Nothing about me without me” (Valerie Billingham) is one of my favorite quotes to capture the idea that…
2016 Federal Grants Update Funding for federal grants has been reduced across the board and grants for youth & families services is no exception.   Our 2016 Federal Grants Update Webinar provides a review of the 2016 federal budget, and is designed to help youth providers succeed in this highly competitive environment and creatively take advantage of…
Coordinated Entry and Assessment: Key Components in Creating Coordinated Community Responses to Ending Youth Homelessness
Coordinated Entry and Assessment: Key Components in Creating Coordinated Community Responses to Ending Youth Homelessness Communities across the country are taking a collective impact approach to youth homelessness by designing and piloting coordinated responses to ending youth homelessness. This includes early intervention, assessment, service provision and the cultivation of strong bases of evidence that can be used to refine and improve these efforts.  In June…
6 Trends Impacting Youth Across the Country – How Does Your Community Compare
6 Trends Impacting Youth Across the Country – How Does Your Community Compare I often say that providers are experiencing and responding to changes in our environment before funders, legislators, or researchers are even able to put a label on it.  Providers typically spend less time labeling these trends impacting youth and more time digging into understanding them and trolling through their resources…
#Connection2015: The Experience Reviewed
#Connection2015: The Experience Reviewed This year, #Connection2015 kicked off with speakers challenging the notion of “business as usual” and mapping the changing landscapes youth providers are navigating. This session was designed to challenge our assumptions on topics such as youth employment, serving gender non-conforming youth, and philanthropy. We explored the unique role of art…
$3,000,000 grant from the U.S. Department of Justice supports MANY’s Mentoring+ Initiative
$3,000,000 grant from the U.S. Department of Justice supports MANY’s Mentoring+ Initiative $3,000,000 grant from the U.S. Department of Justice supports MANY’s Mentoring+ Initiative MANY, a national network designed to strengthen outcomes for youth and young adults at highest risk for victimization and/or delinquency has been awarded $3,000,000 over three years to help local organizations fill the mentoring gap that exists nationally.…
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