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Youth Homelessness

LGBTQ youth have a 120% higher risk of becoming unhoused than other youth. Across the United States, LGBTQ youth drop-in centers aim to minimize harm to homeless youth and help them build a foundation for security and stability.

Jessie Paege on LGBTQ Youth Homelessness

Actress and LGBTQ advocate Jessie Paege takes us through the causes, those most at risk, and how the Ruth Ellis Center provides a safe haven for LGBTQ homeless youth.

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Chevrolet is matching donations to Ruth Ellis Center up to $25,000

Ruth Ellis Center has established a national reputation for quality and innovation in providing trauma-informed services for lesbian, gay, bi-attractional, transgender and questioning (LGBTQ+) youth, and young adults, with an emphasis on young people of color, experiencing homelessness, involved in the child welfare system, and/or experiencing barriers to health and wellbeing.