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José* called wanting to know more about how he could get emancipated. He was having problems at home.
Learn more about Dakotah’s Runaway Reality story, taken from National Runaway Safelines’ (NRS) crisis services center.
Learn more about Kiara’s contact with the National Runaway Safeline.
Andrea was in a desperate situation. This Runaway Reality story illustrates how NRS helped a youth escape from sex trafficking. By Katelynn Delevan.
We receive calls from youth in crisis every day. They each have their own unique story. They also have their own unique issue(s) that they need our help to resolve.
“Julie was very proactive about the situation and had been communicating with her daughter when it suddenly stopped.”
“If you think that you need help, don’t question it. Even if you have a thousand voices in your head or doubt in your head, just go with that feeling that’s in your gut.”
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.
He was unaware of Greyhound Bus and NRS’ Home Free program when he spoke to NRS frontline team member Joyce, and was elated to learn that he’d be able to get a free bus ticket home if his situation qualified.
“All of our liners are super supportive of each other, and it’s very clear when someone is on a difficult call.”