There are 7 total posts tagged with “Runaway reality”
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.
José* called wanting to know more about how he could get emancipated. He was having problems at home.
Learn more about Kiara’s contact with the National Runaway Safeline.
“Julie was very proactive about the situation and had been communicating with her daughter when it suddenly stopped.”
Module 6: Runaway Reality gives youth a chance to explore data about youth who runaway, discuss issues that runaway youth face, and even hear a real story of a runaway.
We like to share stories from our crisis call center in order to illustrate the runaway and homeless youth experience. Our next story focuses on Ahmed.
Megan told Ron how far she had come since she’d run away a year ago. Back then, she skipped classes because her classmates always wanted to fight her. After Megan changed schools, she focused on her education. She was finally feeling like she had made serious progress in her life. Her goal was to go away to college. If she had a baby now, Megan felt it would ruin all of her plans.