This toolkit was developed for groups and communities across the country that are concerned about homeless and at-risk youth and how to help them to re-integrate into society. Although the kit is based on the experiences of Eva’s Phoenix, it was created with flexibility and adaptability in mind – groups can use it to help guide and inform their own work as they respond to the unique needs and opportunities in their own communities. Whether a group is interested in one part of the Phoenix model, or the whole thing, the toolkit is intended to provide support in understanding and creating the vision, the mindset, the partnerships and conditions needed to develop similar initiatives.
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At-risk Youth Toolkit: Eva’s Phoenix
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