Youth Homelessness Policy Proposal<br />Seattle Youth Commission 2010<br />Max Miner<br />Loey May Engel<br />Sarah Servin...
Purpose<br />To prevent youth homelessness.<br />
Background<br />1,900 homeless youth in King County.<br /><ul><li>Family conflict and home issues are primary causes.
Prevention is key to ending youth homelessness before the cycle begins.</li></li></ul><li>Program Research<br />Youth Comm...
Proposal<br />	Contract with nationally recognized teen prevention program Cocoon House Project SAFE with referrals from Y...
Cocoon House Project SAFE<br />Prevention-focused program <br />Provides parents of at-risk youth with a free, 90-minute p...
Outreach <br />Advertise<br />Schools<br />Community centers<br />Juvenile justice<br />Homeless youth service centers<br ...
Budget<br />$41,200<br />Serves 50-60 families at $686-$824 per family.<br />Vs. $200,000 for a new program and thousands ...
Connections<br />Race and Social Justice Initiative<br />Committee to End Homelessness in King County<br />Seattle Youth a...
Thank You!<br />
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  1. 1. Youth Homelessness Policy Proposal<br />Seattle Youth Commission 2010<br />Max Miner<br />Loey May Engel<br />Sarah Servin<br />Tiffany Do<br />Policy Aide: Marci Curtin<br />
  2. 2. Purpose<br />To prevent youth homelessness.<br />
  3. 3. Background<br />1,900 homeless youth in King County.<br /><ul><li>Family conflict and home issues are primary causes.
  4. 4. Prevention is key to ending youth homelessness before the cycle begins.</li></li></ul><li>Program Research<br />Youth Community Meetings<br />Cocoon House<br />PSKS<br />YouthCare<br />Friends of Youth<br />
  5. 5. Proposal<br /> Contract with nationally recognized teen prevention program Cocoon House Project SAFE with referrals from YouthCare’s teen shelter program.<br />
  6. 6. Cocoon House Project SAFE<br />Prevention-focused program <br />Provides parents of at-risk youth with a free, 90-minute phone session with a masters-level therapist.<br />Goal: resolve family issues to the extent that the youth is able to safely remain at home.<br />
  7. 7. Outreach <br />Advertise<br />Schools<br />Community centers<br />Juvenile justice<br />Homeless youth service centers<br />211 community information line<br />YouthCare<br />Would serve as regional contact with Project SAFE<br />Refer families<br />
  8. 8. Budget<br />$41,200<br />Serves 50-60 families at $686-$824 per family.<br />Vs. $200,000 for a new program and thousands of dollars per year on homeless you housing and services.<br />Potential to save the city money!<br />
  9. 9. Connections<br />Race and Social Justice Initiative<br />Committee to End Homelessness in King County<br />Seattle Youth and Families Initiative<br />
  10. 10. Thank You!<br />

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