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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.
NRS is grateful for the support of all our FABULOUS donors!
We are grateful to all of the donors who help us keep America’s youth safe!
NRS to offer an online training series: crisis services overview, “Let’s Talk: Runaway Prevention Curriculum” and National Runaway Prevention Month.
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.
Crisis services supervisor Colleen Moran shares her thoughts on why she chooses to work at the National Runaway Safeline.
I have been working at…
“I am seventeen and turning 18 this May. I have gotten into my top choice college and have gathered enough scholarships and financial aid to help me…
By Riley Dean
Meet the National Runaway Safeline’s (NRS) January 2018, volunteer of the month, Anne Hauert, and learn why she chooses to serve youth in crisis at NRS.