Join the National Runaway Safeline’s Resource Database

The National Runaway Safeline (NRS) maintains a comprehensive database of agencies and services that serve and support youth people ages 12-21 across the United States and its territories. This youth services database includes partners dedicated to keeping America’s runaway, homeless and at-risk youth safe and off the streets.

Our goal is to have a vast range of options when referring youth to the local services they need. The types of programs included in our database include (but not limited to):

Youth Shelters Legal Aid Assistance Afterschool Programs
Support Groups Community Mental Health Services School Supportive Services
Drug and Addiction Services Wraparound Services Street Outreach Programs
Transitional Living programs/ Independent living Programs Drop-in Centers Depression and Suicide Prevention and Intervention Programs
Crisis Stabilization


If your organization or program is not currently listed in NRS’ internal database or you would like to update your information, please fill out the form below and we’ll be in touch shortly.


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Please contact the National Runaway Safeline’s Resources Department:


Phone: 773-289-1719


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