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Kids at Risk
Superior Court Judge Charles Snyder told DSHS last week that the agency has to actually complete all 21 required foster care reforms before claiming compliance.READ MORE COMMENT NOW
Even police say that enforcement has changed to concentrate on social services and protecting teenagers. But are we doing enough?READ MORE 7 COMMENTS
Tackling the flood of Backpage postings, online sex 'hobbyists' and the hidden world of male prostitutes.READ MORE 15 COMMENTS
The new face of Seattle's sex industry has left local cops lamenting the 'good old days' of gentleman pimps and Aurora Ave arrests.READ MORE 9 COMMENTS
Suburban brothels and sex work holiday parties: Seattle's sex industry may be the nation's fastest growing, but you won't find it hanging out on Aurora Ave.READ MORE 11 COMMENTS
VIDEO: His best friend was murdered. His mother kicked him out. But Damien is an optimist. He's getting things together. This is his story.READ MORE COMMENT NOW
Local caregivers on the special challenges for homeless kids who also happen to be LGBTQ.READ MORE COMMENT NOW
Many young offenders wind up homeless after their release. The state is revamping its reentry programs to help those kids get re-established in their communities.READ MORE 4 COMMENTS
Alyssa is transgender and homeless. A suicide attempt put her in the hospital. When she got out, her parents wouldn't let her come home.READ MORE 1 COMMENTS
Mental illness is especially hard on homeless youth, who are six times more likely to develop psychiatric disorders than their non-homeless peers.READ MORE 4 COMMENTS
The court will monitor foster care reform until the state meets all the requirements from the '98 Braam v. Washington suit.READ MORE COMMENT NOW
Alumni of foster care in Seattle and Tokyo believe systems in each country could gain from the voices of young people.READ MORE COMMENT NOW
For homeless 18-24-year-olds, one positive relationship with a caring adult can change their lives. That’s what Friends of Youth caseworkers hope to do.READ MORE 15 COMMENTS
The foster care system can be an on-ramp to homelessness, a trend new programs in Washington are trying to reverse.READ MORE 9 COMMENTS