March 16, 2017 President Trump released the outline of his proposed budget for the 2018 federal fiscal year (FY18) that begins in October. This ‘skinny budget’ will be followed with more details later this Spring, but already includes information that impacts youth and young adult homelessness programs. This ‘skinny budget’ proposes a combination of cuts [...]
Thank you to everyone that reached out to their U.S. Senators! The Senate Dear Colleague letter was signed by 21 U.S. Senators and asked Senate Appropriators for funding beyond what the President requested in his FY 2015 budget for RHYA and EHCY.
Thank you to everyone that reached out to their U.S. House Representatives! The Dear Colleague letter has been finalized and 27 members of the U.S. House of Representatives signed a letter that asks Congress for sufficient funding for RHYA and EHCY programs!
The U.S. House and Senate are setting federal spending levels for FY 2015 and we need your help! Reach out to your U.S. Senators today.
The House and Senate are setting funding levels for federal spending levels for FY 2015 and we need your help! The House has a bipartisan Dear Colleague letter circulating that is asking Members of the U.S. House of Representatives to sign a letter to the House Appropriations Committee.
On December 20, 2013 the U.S. House of Representatives Ways and Means Committee released a draft proposal to prevent child sex trafficking and improve the lives of youth in foster care. The committee accepted comments from the public and the National Network for Youth submitted a letter to the committee.
Did you not receive either a SOP or BCP grant this last round and score 95 or higher? Was there a page number problem or other electronic/technical problem that affected your chances of receiving a grant? Is there now neither a BCP or SOP grant in your area as a result? Did you have some other issue with your grant application?
TLP Grant Update Regarding Grants Ending September 30, 2013 to March 30, 2014: Members of U.S. Congress send letter to HHS Secretary Sebelius expressing serious concern about HHS's adminstration of Transtioinal Living Program (TLP) grants.
Are You Part of Your Local HUD Continuum of Care (CoC)? As we look at the fiscal realities, we want to help you pull in more diverse pots of federal money to serve runaway and homeless youth. To this end, many programs receive HUD funding and many of you do not receive HUD funding. You may already be part of your local Continuum of Care (CoC) or you may not be. We are going to be working with you and HUD to elevate the evidence-based practices of the homeless youth continuum of care; which is distinct from adult programs.
ATEST's final letter to the House and Senate Appropriations Subcommittees on Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies includes an ask to increase the budget for Runaway and Homeless Youth Programs adminsitered by the Family and Youth Services Bureau.