HCYA Supporters

A broad coalition of national homeless, housing, education, and child and youth organizations support the Homeless Children and Youth Act.

Last updated: September 10, 2014

Afterschool Alliance
Alliance for Children and Families
Alliance for Excellent Education
Alliance to End Slavery & Trafficking (ATEST)
American Association of School Administrators
American Federation of Teachers
American Psychological Association
American School Counselor Association
Burns Institute
Campaign for Youth Justice
Child Welfare League of America
Children’s Advocacy Institute
Children’s Leadership Council
Coalition for Community Schools
Covenant House
Family Promise
First Focus Campaign for Children
Food Research and Action Center
Foster Family-based Treatment Association
Healthy Teen Network
National Association of Counsel for Children
National Association for the Education of Homeless Children and Youth
National Association of Elementary School Principals
National Association of School Psychologists
National Association of State Directors of Special Education
National Association of Secondary School Principals
National Education Association
National Center for Housing and Child Welfare
National Coalition for the Homeless
National Foster Care Coalition
National Head Start Association
National Health Care for the Homeless Council
National Law Center on Homelessness & Poverty
National Network to End Domestic Violence
National Network for Youth
National Parent Teacher Association (PTA)
National Safe Place Network
National Title I Association
National Youth Advocate Program
Opportunity Action
Organizations Concerned About Rural Education
Ounce of Prevention Fund
Rural School and Community Trust
School Social Work Association of America
Western Regional Advocacy Project
Youth Villages

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.

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 would make it easier for homeless children, youth, and families to receive homeless assistance, no matter where they happen to be staying. Get the facts.

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HCYA Supporters

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.