Pregnant and Parenting Youth

New Resources from HRSA
The Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) developed two new brochures to alert women and their families and friends to the symptoms and seriousness of depression and anxiety during and after pregnancy, and how to get treatment. Also available are resources to help community health workers learn more about prevention and early identification of fetal exposure to alcohol and other drugs.

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5 Essential Facts and Figures About Runaway and Homeless Youth
Runaway and homeless youth (RHY) can seem like an invisible population because they don’t always match our expectations of what homelessness—or youth—looks like. In this slideshow, learn some of the big statistics about this population, which might be larger and more diverse than you realized. Data drawn from our Issue Brief, Facts and Figures About Runaway and Homeless Youth.

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Facts and Figures About Runaway and Homeless Youth
As we post our third Issue Brief in an ongoing series — Runaway and Homeless Youth, Mental Health, and Trauma-Informed Care — we are re-posting our first one on the causes and consequences of running away and homelessness among young people. This issue brief provides some of the facts and figures related to runaway and homeless youth in the U.S.

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Youth Speak Out: Making Youth Health 'A Personal Thing'
Two team members from Jacksonville’s Project S.O.S. program describe how their original play, "Live Like it Counts," has helped convey the benefits of healthy youth lifestyles and sexual abstinence to a larger audience.