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Aug 11, New Resources. State policy change is an important strategy to address youth homelessness, since many of the laws that most directly impact youth experiencing homelessness — the rights of minors, health care, housing, employment, education, and child welfare — fall within the purview of state legislatures. Recently, we helped advocates in Tennessee and Wyoming pass laws that empower unaccompanied homeless minors to obtain their own birth certificates and IDs, and contract for housing, employment and other services. We continue to work on state policy in partnership with advocates across the country.
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Idaho Family Services Katie Beckett. Electronic Visit Verification or EVV is an electronic system that is used to document services rendered. Homeless Resources; Idaho Care Line. Senior Engagement Program. Louis Metro area. Families First Coronavirus Act. Al-Anon members are people, just like you, who are worried about someone with a drinking problem.
In an attempt to address questions that you may have during these trying and fluid times, please find below some resources to assist you in directing those you serve — our students experiencing homelessness. These are resources at the national and state levels on COVID Coronavirus generally and specifically as it relates to schools in your respective state. The information will include ways to stay safe, and up-to-date information on school closings, state closings, and resources for educators and parents. Try the links below to locate that information. In addition, some higher education information may be provided below depending upon the state.
Here at West Ada School District, we're committed to ensure that homeless children and youth have the ability to access necessary education in our schools. West Ada School District has a variety of resources and services to support children, youth, and families who are experiencing homelessness. Please contact your school counselor if yourself or your children are currently experiencing homelessness.
Title I-A: Improving Basic Programs is a federal program that helps students who are most at risk meet state academic standards and be proficient on state assessments. This program provides funding to districts and schools that can be used for professional development, extended-time programs, and other strategies to help raise achievement levels. Title I-A laws hold states, districts, and schools accountable for improving the academic achievement of all students.
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