Sasha Bruce

The changing face of homelessness

“Our findings probably challenge the images of homelessness. Homelessness is young,” Morton said. “It’s more common than people expect and it’s largely hidden.” Matthew Morton, the Principal Investigator for the Voices of Youth Count, discusses the important...

2017 – The Year in Review

Many thanks to thank our board of directors, staff, volunteers and donors, all of whom have contributed to safe homes for youth with nowhere else to turn.  Check out our finances and the outcomes of our work through our Sasha Bruce Annual Report 2017 – hot off...

Homeless Youth Count Reveals Hidden Problem

Media Alert – for immediate release Contact: Deborah Shore, 202-437-5584, dshore@sashabruce.org HOMELESS YOUTH COUNT REVEALS HIDDEN PROBLEM   WASHINGTON (November 15, 2017) — Sasha Bruce Youthwork leads the campaign to prevent youth homelessness in the nation’s...

Homeless Youth Flock to Monday Night Drop In Center

Monday nights in the district are special to our young people, staff and members of the First Congregational United Church of Christ. Sasha Bruce Youthwork, the Downtown D.C. Business Improvement District (BID) and the First Congregational United Church of Christ came...

Sasha Bruce in the news

Our newest program to offer a safe place for missing teens and to reunite them with strengthened families is the topic in Mandy McLaren’s piece in Sunday’s Washington...

Trauma-informed approach gains traction

The young people who come to us are often fleeing abusive or traumatic situations in their homes and on the streets.  Over four decades, we’ve developed and fine-tuned a particular approach to crisis intervention and positive youth development which is trauma-informed...