of Sasha Bruce House youth were reunited with strengthened families.
of youth were equipped with prevention services and critical life skills.
of youth exited our independent living program with a good-paying job.
Catholic University study, “Homelessness Among Young Adults in Washington, DC,” features SBY clients and offers recommendationsA study by Catholic University of America’s National Catholic School of Social Service published February 3, 2017, examines the experiences of homeless youth ages 18-30 through qualitative interviews, in order to understand their experiences of homelessness, the... read more
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