Youth Work at the Coalition
The Coalition is currently working towards making youth homelessness a rare and temporary occurrence. We are dedicated to centering and empowering the voices of youth and young adults with lived experience of housing instability and homelessness. The Youth Action Board's expertise informs our work towards a more equitable, safe, and human centered housing system.
Resources for Youth
House of Hope CDC - HYPE Team: HYPE Team outreach staff meets youth in-person or virtually, wherever they feel comfortable. We offer immediate basic needs, supplies, and short-term resource navigation support.
Haus of Codec - Haus of Codec is providing a safe shelter space for youth ages 18 - 24 to call home and help them find their own, more permanent housing solutions and workforce development opportunities. The shelter space is complete with a food and clothing pantry, self-service kitchen, access to essential services through partner providers, and a sense of community where there wasn't one before.
Youth Pride, Inc -Youth Pride, Inc. is dedicated to meeting the unique needs of youth and young adults impacted by sexual orientation and gender identity/expression while working to end the homophobic and transphobic environments in which they live, work and play.
Harbour Youth Center - Our drop-in center is a welcoming, supportive environment for youth and young adults ages 14 - 24. We offer a range of career building, job readiness and academic enrichment programs to help young people get the support they need to achieve their goals.
Jonny Cake Center for Hope -The mission of the Jonnycake Center of Westerly is to provide a continuum of services in cooperation with other agencies in our service area to assist people through crisis situations & work with each individual to find a path out of dependency toward self-sufficiency.
Welcome House - We offer emergency shelter, a soup kitchen, transitional and supportive permanent housing as well as case management and advocacy for neighbors in need.
Share your expertise and volunteer your time in a youth seat on one of our boards.
Gain experience and make a difference, take an internship with the Coalition.
The Bonner Fellowship Program is a four-year, service-based, college scholarship program that affords students an "access to education and opportunity to serve." The program recruits and supports a diverse pool of low-income, first generation, incoming Brown University students who are committed to changing the world through service.
Want to learn more about youth homelessness?
The Coalition offers several professional and personal trainings geared towards adults working with youth, especially in school settings.
For more information or to schedule a training contact our
Youth Action Board at email@example.com.