Meet the National Runaway Safeline’s (NRS) September 2018, volunteer of the month: Brett Kring! Learn why he chooses to serve youth in crisis at NRS.
When 17-year-old Elaina* messaged us on our Live Chat platform she just had a severe argument with her parents. It started when she expressed that…
August’s Organization of the Month is La Casa Norte (LCN). La Casa Norte provides housing and supportive services for youth and families facing homelessnesss in Chicago, Illinois.
Meet the National Runaway Safeline’s (NRS) August 2018, volunteer of the month: Jean Morrison! Learn why she chooses to serve youth in crisis at NRS.
NRS depends on the support of our donors to keep youth safe!
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.
July’s Organization of the Month is the Latin American Youth Center
The National Runway Safeline is honored and privileged to have a group of dedicated and generous people on its board of directors. NRS asked board members if they would share their thoughts on why the choose to support NRS and its services.
Meet the National Runaway Safeline’s (NRS) July 2018, volunteer of the month, Dave Satterwhite, and learn why he chooses to serve youth in crisis at NRS.
Who a youth can count on in life is an important question to be able to answer. Especially in times of crisis, youth need to feel they can turn to someone – or something – for support.