“NN4Y envisions a future in which all young people have a safe place to call home.”
Lack of family acceptance is a critical factor for the health and safety of youth who identify as LGBTQ.
Please consider spreading the word this November, and throughout the year.
Meet NRS’ November volunteer of the month, Ruben Hanohano, and learn why he chooses to serve youth in crisis at NRS.
NRS has served as the NCS since 1974. The only organization to hold that distinction.
Meet NRS’ volunteer of the month for October 2017, Diana Murphy, and learn why she chooses to serve youth in crisis at NRS.
Andrea was in a desperate situation. This Runaway Reality story illustrates how NRS helped a youth escape from sex trafficking. By Katelynn Delevan.
A specific plan of action for life after high school makes it more likely that someone will follow through.
Thank you to our September donors that help us provide support to a concerned friend in the middle of the night!
October is National Bullying Prevention Month, a campaign meant to raise awareness and educate communities on bullying among youth. Bullying is an…