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Our New Home Is Now Open!

(Photo: men and women gathered together smiling in front of house, with a large purple ribbon that has just been cut.) There are over 1,200 youth in Washington, D.C. currently […]

We Deserve Access to Quality Mental Health

The following post was presented by the author as testimony during the 2022 DC Department of Human Services budget hearings. The text format has been modified for online viewing. Good […]

Homeless youth advocates push for changes in Congress

The pandemic has made addressing this national crisis more urgent. The problem is complex and insidious. Homeless youth are often invisible, undercounted, and ignored by media, policymakers, and key decision-makers.

Community Keeps Us Going

Sasha Bruce Youthwork remains open during the COVID19 crisis in part because of an incredible outpouring of community support. We are grateful to generous donors who support local shops and direct their purchases to provide food and goods to Sasha Bruce.

Christina, Youth Advocate

Christina, a bright college student, never imagined she would ever experience homelessness. But when her mother was diagnosed with stage three breast cancer, things quickly changed. Her mom got sicker […]

A Note from the Executive Director

This note serves as the first of several updates that I am planning to publish this year providing an in-depth view of our work. I hope you will find it […]

Our results

We hold ourselves accountable not just for action…but also results. We are committed to making a difference in the lives of youth, families and communities.