Thanks to Stateline Magazine for their coverage on of youth homelessness throughout the nation. Many communities, including San Francisco, are now providing early interventions and services to end homelessness before it becomes long-term.  Here’s a short excerpt from the article featuring Larkin Street’s executive director:

“Ultimately, the best approach to ending youth homelessness is to take many approaches, from family reunification to money for emergencies like avoiding eviction to flexible housing options, said Sherilyn Adams, executive director of Larkin Street Youth Services in San Francisco, a nonprofit that has provided shelter, services and education to homeless youth since 1984.” 

For more, check out the article from Huffington Post