Administration for Children and Families Family and Youth Services Bureau Street Outreach Program

Provides a portrait of the young people, ages 14–21, who were experiencing homelessness in areas served by the 11 Street Outreach Program grantees. The sample is not nationally representative; however the data provide detailed information about the experiences and service needs of the 873 street youth from around the country who participated in the study. The intent is that data from the study will be used to inform service design and policy to better meet the needs of street youth who obtain and access services through street outreach programs.

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Administration for Children and Families Family and Youth Services Bureau

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