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Meeting the Needs of Indiana's Runaway and Homeless Youth

05/11/2021, 6:30 PM

Youth homelessness in rural communities is especially hidden. Homeless youth is when unaccompanied young people ages 12 and older do not have a permanent place to stay and are living in shelters, on the streets, in cars or vacant buildings, “couch surfing” or living in other unstable circumstances. Many youth leave home in order to escape a variety of dangerous conditions such as parents mental illness, domestic violence, or substance abuse. Learn some ways to identify these youth and their needs along with ways to assist them. 

Robin E. Donaldson, Indiana Youth Services Administration, Chief Operations Officer will host a virtual presentation on May 11th at 6:30PM utilizing the ZOOM meeting platform. 

Event brought to you through the combined efforts of:
Miami County Systems of Care
Miami County Substance Abuse Prevention Council
Indiana Youth Institute
Safe Place
Indiana Youth Services Association
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