Homeless Youth Project Releases Statewide Action Plan

Mar. 2, 2013 / By

New America Media, Video, Valerie Klinker,

Ed. Note: At a Jan. 13 State Capitol press conference hosted by Senator Carol Liu (D-Glendale), the California Research Bureau’s Homeless Youth Project released their statewide action plan entitled “More Than Just a Roof: How California Can End Youth Homelessness.” The plan, intended as a set of measures for state officials and service providers, looks at a number of issues, including prevention, education and employment. A draft of the plan is available at the California Homeless Youth Project website. This video was produced as part of the California Council on Youth Relations.


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