A number of screening and assessment tools have been developed to help RHY agencies explore issues of relationship violence with the youth with whom they are working, and they continue to be refined.Examples include the Universal Abuse and Domestic Violence Screening Tool developed by the Worcester County Health Department, Case Management Unit, the Teen Dating Violence Assessment Questions developed by the Center for Community Solutions (CCS) and San Diego Youth & Community Services (SDYCS) and sample assessment questions and tools in included in Addressing Intimate Partner Abuse in Runaway and Homeless Youth: A Practical Guide for Service Providers developed by he Hollywood Homeless Youth Partnership (HHYP). Department of Health & Human Services nor any of its components operate, control, are responsible for, or necessarily endorse this Web site (including, without limitation, its content, technical infrastructure, and policies, and any services or tools provided).I am sure you all have family, friends and others you can call on for help and they would gladly give you a helping hand any time you asked (the same courtesy you would extend to them, I am sure).…but what if you didn’t have your network in place?
If they don’t have a network of friends or family to turn to, who is going to trust them enough to give them a job?
I don’t remember much else from what he told me because he wanted to kind of forget all of that, and called it one of his dumbest periods in his life.
He did say at one point that it was easier to be homeless than to be a working Joe, however.
He lived on the streets for 3 years, did a lot of drugs, and it wasn’t until he woke up shivering on the sidewalk one day, crawling over to a grate for warmth that he said to himself: He said it was that morning that he..
“woke up”, and decided to get his life back on track.The HYYP also engaged in thoughtful consideration of when and how such screening should be conducted within RHY programs, and offers the following guidance: Notice of Federal Funding and Federal Disclaimer This Web site is funded through a grant from the U. Department of Health & Human Services, Administration for Children and Families, Family and Youth Services Bureau.