Opinion: Fostering change -- Breaking the cycle of youth homelessness
Remember when you were 18 years old? You were living at home with your family, thinking about that first full-time job and planning to save money to go to college. You weren’t sure what the future would hold, but hey, you were almost 19, and there was lots to look forward to … life was good.
You Can Sleep In Your Car, But You Can't Drive Your House To Work: How I overcame depression, foreclosure, addiction and homelessness by expressing gratitude.
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WFMW: A MUST Read for Tweens and Teens!
Pin It Now! I just read an amazing book. I checked it out with the intention of having my almost 11 year old son read it. I wanted to read it first, though, so I could discuss the content with my son. Incredible book. I was personally inspired. It's called, "Do Hard Things", and it is written by twin, Christian, teenage authors, Alex and Brett Harris. (Thank you, Kristen Welch, for mentioning this book on your blog--I'd never heard of it before.) I LoOoOve the book's message: Alex and Brett…
What Adults Need to Know about Pediatric Depression
Research shows that children, even babies, experience depression1. The clinical term is called Pediatric Depression, and rates are higher now than ever before2.
Using Employment and Education to Help Homeless Youth: Interview with Urban Peak
In the following video Charlie Annerino, employment services specialist at Urban Peak, speaks about the joys and challenges of using employment and education to fight youth homelessness.