Lawmakers recently passed legislation making extended foster care available to more youth in Tennessee. This means that more young adults who ‘age out’ of the foster care system, usually at the age of 18, are now eligible for an extension of foster care services until they turn 21.
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2023 Soup Sunday Tickets On Sale Now
It’s Soup Sunday time, and tickets for the event are on sale now!
Youth Villages, MDCPS partner to introduce new program to state
Youth Villages Intercept® has launched in Mississippi! A release from Youth Villages and the Mississippi Department of Child Protection Services (MDCPS) on the Intercept program coming to Mississippi.
Wake Up Call from SBLI & Youth Villages
Youth Villages partnered with SBLI for this year’s Holiday Heroes campaign. Check out this incredible group on WCVB 5’s Eye Opener segment.
Youth Villages offers a path from foster care to an independent adulthood: Season of Sharing 2022
When a young person ages out of foster care, they’re generally on their own. No surprise, then, that by the age of 25 a staggering 50% face homelessness. That’s where Youth Villages comes in.
Memphis Tigers host wrapping party for gifts for Youth Villages children
University of Memphis Tigers Athletics teamed up with Youth Villages’ Holiday Heroes to host their Tigers student-athletes gift-wrapping party.
Youth Villages Oregon sees escalating emotional and behavioral challenges among youth
In Central Oregon, Youth Villages, a nationwide nonprofit, offers various emotional and behavioral support services to kids and families, and sees the need for its programs on the rise.
Mental-Health Program Provides Alternative to Emergency-Room Boarding
On a given day in Massachusetts, more than 100 children and teenagers are brought to hospital emergency rooms because they’re facing a mental-health crisis and sometimes have to stay there for days or weeks.
Program aims to reduce long wait times for pediatric psych beds
A crisis in mental health care has created a new program aimed at reducing the number of kids stuck in emergency rooms…
Youth Villages launches $60 million gun violence reduction initiative
For more than a year, we’ve been working with community leaders and national experts to build Memphis Allies to address one of our community’s greatest challenges: deadly gun violence.