These reports and other materials, including Larkin Street conference presentations, are available in the Resource Library. Free registration is required in order to download materials.
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The Resource Library contains Larkin Street publications and presentations, as well as other materials related to the issue of youth homelessness.
Each year Larkin Street publishes a report on the state of youth homelessness in San Francisco. This report provides demographic information, an overview of the needs of homeless youth, Larkin Street’s response to those needs, and program outcomes.
Larkin Street’s In Brief publication series provides information related to the homeless youth population, their issues and service needs, and service models to meet those needs.
Resources you will find in the library include:
- Strategies to Prevent Youth Homelessness
- 2011 Legislative Recommendations
- Creating Pathways to Employment for Homeless Youth
- Unaccompanied Youth in San Francisco: Population Estimate and Shelter Utilizations
- Looking Back: Building a Model of Care for HIV-positive Homeless Youth
- A Comprehensive Youth Housing Model
- Best Practices for Meeting the Needs of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Questioning Youth
- Disconnected Youth
- Housing as HIV Prevention: Reducing Risk Among Homeless Youth
- Behavioral Health Issues Among Homeless Youth
- San Francisco Youth Homelessness
- HIV Prevention Special Evaluation Project: Housing and HIV Prevention Services
- Youth Homelessness in San Francisco: Report on Incidence and Needs
- Larkin Street Youth Services: Sustaining Success
- Homelessness prevention for former foster youth: Utilization of transitional housing programs
- A Comprehensive Housing Model for Homeless Transition Aged Youth
- Delivering on the Promise of Nonprofits (Harvard Business Review)