Homeless Youth Essay

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  • Homeless Youth : Homeless Youths

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    (LGBTQ+) youth experience at least one incident of homelessness each year in the United States (National Alliance to End Homelessness, qtd in Ream and Forge). However, it is important to note that these estimates have wide margins of error because tracking statistics for marginalized communities is quite difficult. Furthermore, homeless LGBTQ+ youths also have challenges not faced by their cisgender-heterosexual (cis-het) homeless peers, including discrimination in non-LGBTQ+-specific youth homeless

  • The Problem Of Homeless Youth

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    Theoretical Framework Homeless Youth 11/1/2014 Ken Dix Homeless youth are a standout amongst the most underestimated gatherings in our general public. Numerous specialists recognize much more elevated amounts of different issue practices among these adolescent contrasted with their non-homeless associates. The current study analyzed the utility of social capital in foreseeing issue practices among homeless youth. Homelessness is portrayed as circumstances of people or family units without

  • Runaway and Homeless Youth

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    regarding homeless people such as “they need to just get a job” or “go to school” are normally used liberally by members of society because they neglect to look at the complete issue. Homelessness does not discriminate. Individuals that have previously experience or may experience being homeless can be from different regions, have different cultural backgrounds, ages, and could be of any gender. Minorities seem to be mostly affected by homelessness. A study done in 2012 found that the homeless population

  • Homeless Youths in Canada Essay examples

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    Even with the daily struggle faced by youth in obtaining shelter and homelessness becoming a reality for a growing number of Canadians, Canada, with its high quality of life is one country that has always had a global long-standing reputation (Health Canada, 2006). The aim of this paper is to give the reader a better understanding and knowledge with regards to homeless youth. It will be focusing on the reasons why they leave home, their lives on the street and steps they are trying to take to be

  • Homeless Children And Youth Assistance Act

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    Bradfords Helping Home Bradfords Helping Home is a Shelter that will help the families and youth of Starke Florida who are experiencing homelessness. Homelessness is a growing concern in our society today and not just in Starke. In The United States on any given night, there are approximately 643,067 people experiencing homelessness. In Bradford county there are approximately 6.9% of only the student population and not the adults of the community experiencing homelessness. This may

  • The Day For Day Lives Of Homeless Youth And Observes The World

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    According to Finkelstein, she states; “An estimation of 500,000 to 1.5 million youth in America run away from or are kicked out of their homes” (Introduction, P.2). In this book, Finkelstein explores the day-to-day lives of homeless youth and observes the world under their viewpoint and position. She studied a sample of 50 children from the East Village of New York, around Tompkins Square Park, East River Park, and the nearby locales. The researcher conducted her fieldwork throughout two successive

  • Runaway And Homeless Youth And Trafficking Prevention Act Of 2015 Essay

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    Runaway and Homeless Youth and Trafficking Prevention Act of 2015 H.R. Bill 1779 is an amendment to the Runaway and Homeless Youth Act to ratify the bill through the fiscal year 2020. The United States federal government funds Basic Center Grant programs (BCG), supports safe community shelters known as basic centers. They provide emergency care for runaway children and homeless youth. The shelter assists with family reunification services offers a bed to sleep in, food, clothing, medical services

  • The Psychological Symptoms And Disparities Of Gay Youth And How They Outstandingly Differentiate From Their Homeless Heterosexual Counterparts

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    1. Rosario, M., Schrimshaw, E.W. & Hunter, J. J Youth Adolescence (2012). Authors Rosario, Schrimshaw, and Hunter in this article, documents the very high rates of homelessness among lesbian, gay, and bisexual youth. However, this study is primarily focuses on the psychological symptoms and disparities of gay youth and how they outstandingly differentiate from their homeless heterosexual counterparts. After further investigation they had begun to examine potential mediators between the two such as

  • Homeless Youth

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    Between 240,000 and 400,000 Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender (LGBT) youth experience at least one episode of homelessness each year in the United States (National Alliance to End Homelessness, 2008). LGBT status increases risk of homelessness and impedes the youth’s attempts to exit homelessness, therefore the youth experience high rates of sex work, HIV risk, substance use, mental illness, and suicidal ideation (Keuroghlian, Shtasel, & Bassuk, 2014; Tyler, 2008; Walls & Bell, 2011). The recognition

  • Homeless Youth And Lgbt Youth

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    2012 designed to assess the experiences of homeless youth organizations in providing services to LGBT youth. The Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender (LGBT) Homeless Youth Provider Survey also assessed the prevalence of LGBT youth within the homeless populations being served by these organizations. According to their findings, as many as 40 percent of homeless youth identify as LGBT. The most common reason found to have caused homelessness amongst LGBT youth was family rejection after coming out.