How we talk about homelessness has a direct effect on support for our work. By learning how to effectively frame a message, we can ensure that findings from research have a real impact. That was the message at a communication workshop at the National Alliance to End Homelessness conference this past month.
Registration is now open for the second annual #RealCollege Convening on food and housing insecurity among students, which will take place the weekend of October 23rd at Temple University in Philadelphia. The convening, organized by the Wisconsin HOPE Lab, will bring together leaders in the fields of education, policy, and research to inspire action to end student hunger…Read More
Anthony Simpson, who, along with other VoYC Guides, played a key role in the successful youth count held in Philadelphia this past summer, shares his voice and lived experiences with youth homelessness. We are humbled to present his work below. Do you hear them? Anthony Simpson Do you hear them? The beasts in the back…Read More
The July 2016 Voices of Youth Count newsletter is now available. Please click here to read it.
The June 2016 Voices of Youth Count newsletter is now available. Please click here to read it.
The Voices of Youth Count is pleased to release our youth and provider survey instruments for public use. Read more about the creation and dissemination of these surveys in the upcoming VoYC June Newsletter. VoYC Brief Youth Survey – English VoYC Brief Youth Survey – Spanish VoYC Provider Survey
A special edition of the Voices of Youth Count newsletter–published in June 2016–is now available. Please click here to read it.
The May 2016 Voices of Youth Count newsletter is now available. Please click here to read it.
Chapin Hall at the University of Chicago seeks interviewers and liaison-transcribers to work within a groundbreaking national study of homeless youth ages 13 to 25. Please see the position description here.
The April 2016 Voices of Youth Count newsletter is now available. Please click here to read it.