We are grateful to all of the donors who help us keep America’s youth safe!
Board Treasurer Ken Lavelle hosted a reception last month to introduce his Texan colleagues to NRS.
What keeps me coming back is the sense of having a positive impact on peoples’ lives, as well as how a shift humbles me and puts my own problems in perspective.
After 15 year old Alandra’s mother was deported to Mexico, everything changed.
This month we recognize the National Runaway Safeline Associate Board for raising over $2,000 at a Trivia Night fundraiser on May 9 at Derno’s on Diversey.
Sometimes it’s difficult to reach out for help. NRS wants youth to feel comfortable connecting to support.
“My 13 year old daughter has mental instability, we are working on getting her help, she took off on Sunday and it has been 5 days because I told her…
My name is Larry D. Miller and I have been an employee at NRS for 17 years now.
“When I was much younger, I actually didn’t know about NRS, but I thought about running away so many times, because my parents were abusive.”
April is Child Abuse Prevention Month, which is an initiative sponsored by the Children’s Bureau and the U.S. Department of Health and Human…