On March 2, 2021, representatives from the Colorado Department of Human Services' Division of Child Welfare shared lessons learned in developing and implementing the Pathways to Success program. In this program, navigators engage youth (ages 14–21) to develop and achieve goals and provide them with services related to five outcome areas: housing, education, employment, permanent connections, and health and well-being. Learn how the program’s methods help clarify youth’s agendas and are a tool to help youth stay on track and maintain focus. For more details about the project and intervention, see the project summary.
Interested in learning more about the Youth At-Risk of Homelessness (YARH) program? Visit the Children’s Bureau Discretionary Grants webpage and read the project summary for each grantee. The Children’s Bureau funded the YARH multiphase grant program to build the evidence base on what works to prevent homelessness among youth and young adults who have been involved with the child welfare system.