The serious problem of youth homelessness in Texas is not adequately being addressed due to a patchwork system of funding and programs, conflicting definitions of “homelessness” and no clear central authority, according to a new study released today by Texas Appleseed and Texas Network of Youth Services (TNOYS). Read more »
June 29, 2017
HOUSTON – Texas Network of Youth Service (TNOYS) is presenting its Distinguished Leadership Award to State Representative Sarah Davis (R-West University Place) in recognition of her dedication to improving the lives of Texas youth and families, including during the 85th… Read more »
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Last month, our organizations — Texas Appleseed and Texas Network of Youth Services (TNOYS) — released the most comprehensive study to date of youth homelessness in Texas. The study revealed that youth homelessness is a serious problem in Texas, affecting urban and rural communities alike. Read more »
Homeless youth in Texas like Kemp are inadequately supported due to a spotty system of programs and resources, according to a new report released Wednesday by Texas Appleseed and Texas Network of Youth Services.
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The Fall 2017 issue of our quarterly newsletter includes information on the release of our new report on youth homelessness, a recap of TNOYS’ and our members’ efforts to support youth and providers impacted by Hurricane Harvey, a member spotlight on Roy Maas’ Youth Alternatives, and more. Click here to read the full newsletter.
The Summer 2017 issue of our quarterly newsletter includes a recap of our annual conference, information on our newest team member, a list of our annual award winners, and more. Click here to read the full newsletter.
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Check out our blog for the latest updates on the work we’re doing around Texas to ensure youth have access to the resources, support, and opportunities they need to lead healthy and fulfilling lives.