Learn more about our Organization of the Month for August, 2016.
Board member Tom Lawler shares his thoughts on NRS.
Learn more about this worldwide event for youth.
We are proud to announce our crisis services Volunteer of the Month (August, 2016) is Julie Randall.
We spoke with Julie on how she first became…
Introducing our new blog series on our Runaway Prevention Curriculum, Let’s Talk.
In order to help LGBT youth to prepare for the new year, we have compiled tips for back to school safety that can help them protect themselves and others.
The National Runaway Safeline is working to raise $250,000 to support critical services for youth in crisis.
Thank you to all of our July donors for their support in helping keep America’s runaway, homeless and at-risk youth safe and off the streets.
When Isaak* called 1-800-RUNAWAY about his 15-year-old missing son, two things caught Stephanie’s attention: the dire sound of distress in his voice, and the fact that police had refused to file a report.
The National Runaway Safeline (NRS) is proud to honor The Longest Day of Golf (LDOG) as our June 2016 donor of the month. Dating back to 1994, this…