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A complex combination of factors can impact youth health outcomes.
LGB youth are at greater risk for depression, suicide, substance use, and sexual behaviors that can place them at increased risk for HIV and other sexually transmitted diseases STDs. For example, research has shown that in schools with LGB support groups such as gay-straight alliancesLGB students were less likely to experience threats of violence, miss school because they felt unsafe, or attempt suicide than those students in schools without LGB support groups.
Parental rejection has been linked to depression, use of drugs and alcohol, and risky sexual behavior among teens. If bullying, violence, or depression is suspected, parents should take immediate action, working with school personnel and other adults in the community. The following are research-based steps parents can take to support the health and well-being of their LGB teen: Parents who talk with and listen to their teen in a way that invites an open discussion about sexual orientation can help their teen feel loved and supported.
Parents should have honest conversations with their teens about sex and how to avoid risky behaviors and unsafe situations. Parents should develop common goals with their teen, including being healthy and doing well in school.Studies whieh have eompared Australian and overseas datahave eoneluded that the demographieprofile of erime victirnsis similar (Grabosky, ; Braithwaite and Biles, ).
Grabosky () concludes that, THE CASE OF HOMELESS YOUTH 3 The economic circumstances, living situation and age of homeless youths are. Home» Case Studies» Case Study Archive» Coming Together to Help Homeless and Transitioning Youth in Georgetown, Texas case study Coming Together to Help Homeless and Transitioning Youth in Georgetown, Texas.
Although including youth aged 16 to 17 years would have more accurately reflected existing services for homeless youth, differences in legal status for tenancy and, in some jurisdictions, informed consent make "Housing First" more complicated to study and implement in youth.
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National studies find that homeless young adults require much more – education, employment, independent living skills, behavioral and physical health care, and legal services. Each of our programs for homeless young adults include these elements.
features | s+b case study 2 This article provides a case study of how Systems Thinking was applied by the authors with a community brought together by the Battle Creek Homeless Coalition to address the chronic homelessness in surrounding Calhoun County.