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A new study sheds light on the experiences of LGBTQ youth in New York City who engage in survival sex to meet their basic needs—and identifies the types of services and support these young people need in order to gain stability in their lives.
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Death Rates for US Women Ages 15 to 54Nan Astone, Steven Martin, Laudan Y. Aron March 05, 2015
A New Model for the Provision of Affordable HomeownershipBrett Theodos, Christina Plerhoples, William Monson March 04, 2015
Preparing for a "Next Generation" Evaluation of Independent Living Programs for Youth in Foster CareMarla McDaniel, Mark Courtney, Mike Pergamit, Christopher Lowenstein March 03, 2015
Supporting Youth Transitioning out of Foster Care, Issue Brief 1: Education ProgramsAmy Dworsky, Cheryl Smithgall, Mark Courtney March 03, 2015
Supporting Youth Transitioning out of Foster Care, Issue Brief 3: Employment ProgramsSara Edelstein, Christopher Lowenstein March 03, 2015
Supporting Youth Transitioning out of Foster Care, Issue Brief 2: Financial Literacy and Asset Building ProgramsSara Edelstein, Christopher Lowenstein March 03, 2015
The Implications of King v. Burwell: Highlights from Three Analyses of the Consequences of Eliminating ACA Tax Credits in 34 StatesLinda J. Blumberg, Matthew Buettgens, John Holahan March 02, 2015
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