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The latest statistics on our connections with youth are now available.
Learn how to improve your situation with Module 1: Listening and Communicaton, of “Let’s Talk” Runaway Prevention Curriculum.
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.”
“Volunteering is about serving others, of course, but it has also made me a better and more capable person.”
“You don’t know who is on the other end of that line. [Their experience can] be a lot closer to you than you think.”
A volunteer at the National Runaway Safeline for 6 months, Beatriz shares her experiences communicating with youth in need in our crisis services center.
We appreciate the generosity of the donors who supported during April of 2016.
Learn more about Marco’s story.
Kyle expressed to our staff that he might be going through a depression. Learn more in this Runaway Reality story.
Read more about our first open house.
Thank you to all of our donors who contributed during December, 2015!
Thank you to all of our donors who contributed during November!
Each month we nominate a homeless youth volunteer to celebrate their contributions. For December of 2015, our Volunteer of the Month is Ron Schankin.
More and more often, we are seeing runaway youth reach out to us on social media sites as well as on our blog. Here is how you can access our services.
This was Johnny Moran’s first experience helping out & he learned a lot.
Tiana, a 16 year old from New York City, called because she was thinking about leaving home. This is the story of how we were able to help.
Our annual benefit for runaway and at-risk youth, Spirit of Youth, is always a great event. This year’s Roaring ’20s version was especially enjoyable.
We have moved into our new space and our crisis call center is live. See exclusive photos of our new space here.
Today is our last day in our offices at 3080 N. Lincoln Avenue. Tomorrow, we will be moving into a newly constructed office a block north of our current location.
In this next chapter in our runaway laws series, we are covering the states of the Northern Plains: Idaho, North Dakota, South Dakota, Montana and Wyoming.