HCYA Supporters

The Homeless Children and Youth Act would make it easier for communities to help homeless children, youth, and families.

Add your organization as a Homeless Children and Youth Act supporter here.

National Organizations

(As of June 29, 2017)

NATIONAL ORGANIZATIONS

Alliance for Excellent Education
American Academy of Pediatrics
American Psychological Association
American School Counselor Association
Center for Policy Research
Children’s Advocacy Institute
Child Welfare League of America
Children’s Home Society of America
Coalition for Juvenile Justice
Covenant House International
Education Navigation LLC
Every Child Matters
Family Focused Treatment Association
Family Promise
First Focus Campaign for Children
Global Alliance for Behavioral Health and Social Justice
Healthy Teen Network
HEAR US
National Advocacy Center of the Sisters of the Good Shepherd
National Association for Children’s Behavorial Health
National Association of Counsel for Children
National Association for the Education of Homeless Children and Youth
National Association of School Psychologists
National Center for Housing and Child Welfare
National Coalition for the Homeless
National Diaper Bank Network
National Network for Youth
National Title I Association
National WIC Association
NETWORK Lobby for Catholic Social Justice
Ounce of Prevention
Project Rehome
Public Advocacy for Kids
The Ray E. Helfer Society
Salaam Legal Network & Citizens Council for Human Rights
SchoolHouse Connection
School Social Work Association of America
Shriver National Center on Poverty Law

STATE, TERRITORY, AND LOCAL ORGANIZATIONS

Alabama

Arizona
Addiction Haven
West Valley Neighborhoods Coalition

Arkansas
Family Promise of Pulaski County (Little Rock)

California
5 Cities Homeless Coalition (San Luis Obispo County)
Bill Wilson Center (San Jose)
Family Assistance Program (Victorville)
Family Care Network, Inc. (San Luis Obispo)
Imperial Valley Regional Occupational Program (El Centro)
LYRIC: Center for LGBTQQ Youth (San Francisco)
Making Change for Children (West Hills)
Placer Independent Resource Services (Auburn)
Therapists for Peace & Justice (Berkeley)

Colorado
Attention Homes (Boulder)
Colorado School Medicaid Consortium
Doin’ It on Purpose Coaching (Wheat Ridge)
House of Neighborly Services (Loveland)
Posada (Pueblo)

Connecticut
Bridgeport Child Advocacy Coalition (Bridgeport)

Delaware

District of Columbia
Eyes Wide Open Mentoring

Florida
Immokalee Multicultural Multipurpose Community Action Agency (Immokalee)
Treasure Coast Community Health (Fellsmere)

Georgia
Family Promise of Hall County (Gainesville)
Kicklighter Resource Center, Inc. (Savannah)
Voices for Georgia’s Children
Young Adult Guidance Center, Inc. (Atlanta)

Idaho
The Community Builder (Nampa)
Idaho Chapter of the American Academy of Pediatrics

Illinois
Chicago Coalition for the Homeless
Provincial Council Clerics of St. Viator (Arlington Heights)
Public Action to Deliver Shelter Inc., Hesed House (Aurora)

Indiana
Central Indiana National Association on Fetal Alcohol Syndrome

Iowa
Franciscan Peace Center (Clinton)
St. Pius X Social Justice Committee (Urbandale)

Kansas
Dominican Sisters Ministry of Presence (Garden City)

Kentucky
Covering Kentucky Kids and Families
Families in Transition Coordinator (Erlanger)

Louisiana
United Way of Northwest Louisiana (Shreveport)

Maine
The Diaper Fund
Families and Children Together (Bangor)

Maryland
Advocates for Children and Youth
PeterCares House

Massachusetts
Wellesley College

Michigan
Families On the Move, Inc.

Minnesota
40outofpoverty
Sherburne County Area United Way

Mississippi

Missouri
reStart, Inc. (Kansas City)

Montana

Nebraska

New Hampshire

New Jersey
CASA of Morris and Sussex Counties
Central Jersey Family Health Consortium (North Brunswick)
New Jersey Association of Mental Health and Addiction Agencies, Inc. (Mercerville)
RESULTS Central New Jersey (Bernardsville)

New Mexico
New Mexico Voices for Children

New York
Concerned Citizens for Change (Bronx)
Family & Children’s Service of Niagara (Niagara Falls)
New York State Coalition for Children’s Behavioral Health
Rochester Area Interfaith Hospitality Network
St. Catherine’s Center for Children (Albany)
Teaching and Restoring Youth Inc. (Buffalo)
United Way of the Southern Tier (Corning)

Nevada
Family Promise of Las Vegas

North Carolina
United Way of Lincoln County (Lincolnton)

Ohio
Family Promise of Summit County (Akron)
Westland Ecumenical Community Food Pantry (Galloway)
Harmony Project (Cinncinati)
Hope Whispers Community Organization, Inc. (Canton)
Juvenile Justice Coalition
Kings Local Food Pantry (South Lebanon)
Ohio Sustainable Business Council
South Community, Inc. (Dayton)
United Way of Greater Cleveland
Voices for Ohio’s Children

Oklahoma
High Flight Arts and Letters (Claremore)

Oregon
New Avenues for Youth (Portland)
Phoenix Ventures (Portland)

Pennsylvania
Augustinian Friars, St. Thomas of Villanova Province
Grands as Parents (Philadelphia)
Inter-Faith Housing Alliance (Ambler)
Pennies from Kevan Foundation (Philadelphia)
Pennsylvania Council of Churches
West Chester Food Cupboard (West Chester)

Rhode Island
Adoption Rhode Island

South Carolina
Family Promise of Pickens County (Easley)
Mental Health America of Aiken (Aiken)

South Dakota

Tennessee
Tennessee Alliance for Children and Families

Texas
Center for Transforming Lives (Tarrant County)
Community Youth Outreach (Conroe)
Pastors for Texas Children
Texans Care for Children
Texas Kids Can’t Wait
Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Hidalgo County (San Juan)
Victoria Independent School District KIDZ Connection Program (Victoria)

Utah
Voices for Utah Children

Vermont
Voices for Vermont’s Children

Virginia
Family Promise of Greater Roanoke (Salem)
ForKids (Norfolk)
McKinney Vento Regional Education Program, Richmond Public Schools

Washington
Libbey Enterprises (Seattle)
YouthCare (Seattle)

West Virginia

Wisconsin

Wyoming
Unaccompanied Student Intiative (Cheyenne)

Take Action

Tell your U.S. Representative and U.S Senators that all homeless children and youth need help,­ no matter where they happen to be staying. Take action here.

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Listen to Youth

There is no better way to understand homelessness than listening to the children and youth who have been through it. Listen to what they have to say.

Get the Facts

The Homeless Children and Youth Act is bi-partisan legislation that would make it easier for local communities to help homeless children, youth, and families. Get the facts.

Featured Video

About the photos: Photos of children and youth experiencing homelessness provided by Diane Nilan, HEAR US Inc., used with permission. (c) 2012, Diane Nilan, HEAR US Inc.