Join the National Runaway Safeline (NRS) as we host a two-part webinar series, Getting to Know the National Runaway Safeline. The series will outline our organization’s mission, the free services and programs we offer to young people, families and service providers, and key resources and prevention tools available to support youth and families nationwide.
Whether you have connected with NRS in the past and would like to hear about what is new and updated, have questions about the services and programs we offer, or are new to the organization, we invite you to join us!
DATES & TIMES:
National Runaway Safeline: Programs, Services & Resources
Wednesday, April 20, 2022 2:00 – 3:00 pm EST
Learn about NRS’ crisis services, programs, prevention tools and resources, and data available highlighting key lessons related to who is reaching out to NRS for support, the areas of need identified by youth, and recommendations on how to apply this information in youth-serving programs. A question & answer component will be included, so please bring your questions!
Let’s Talk: Runaway Prevention Curriculum Recent Updates and a New Look!
Wednesday, April 27, 2022 2:00 – 3:00 pm EST
Learn about NRS’ FREE prevention tools and resources, focusing on the recently updated Let’s Talk: Runaway Prevention Curriculum. Learn about the brand new look and how providers can easily access and navigate the updated modules. Let’s Talk can be integrated in a range of settings to educate young people about alternatives to running away and building life skills to resolve problems without resorting to unsafe or risky behaviors. The NRS team will review the core content, discuss its purpose and uses, along with offering facilitation strategies and resources.
Please complete the form below to register for either or both of these sessions. A Zoom link will be provided to registrants prior to each session. We also invite you to share this registration information with colleagues and other youth service providers in your community who may be interested in joining us. We look forward to seeing you in April!
Did you know that the National Runaway Safeline maintains a comprehensive database of agencies and services that support youth ages 12-21 across the country? We refer young people and families in crisis to appropriate local partners listed in this database and collaborate with many of the organizations on prevention and educational programming.
We invite you to visit our partner webpage. There, current partners can reach out to update your organization’s information, and those who are not yet partners can request to be added as a resource for our crisis contacts.