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February 7, 2017

At least 57,000 college students are estimated to be homeless across the country, according to a survey of financial aid data.

And it’s a problem coast to coast. Last year, the University of California system said that about 1 in 10 of its students was homeless and 1 in 5 didn’t have enough to eat. A recent survey of Ma...

Stigma, among other factors, can lead youth homelessness to be under-reported.

Homelessness among Baltimore youths is much higher than previously thought, according to an Abell Foundation report released Wednesday.

More than 1,400 young people under the age of 25 were unaccompanied by a parent or guardian, without a safe...

Cera Dunlap, 25, has spent much of her life caught in the throes of uncertainty, as a homeless youth and living without a guardian in Baltimore City.

"At 11, the state placed me in foster care, and I ran away at 12," said Dunlap, who spent six years after that without a fixed residence.

"Being homeless [as a young person...

Results from the 2011 parallel count of homeless and unstably housed youth in Baltimore City identified 640 adolescents and young adults between the ages of 13 and 25 living out on their own, unaccompanied by a parent or guardian. In 2009, the parallel count number was 426 homeless young people.

The count was conducted...

January 26, 2011

 As one might expect in a miserable economy, Baltimore’s overall homeless population swelled nearly 20 percent during the past two years. The number of homeless young people (ages 13 to 24) jumped by 50 percent. The dramatic data, based on homeless counts conducted this winter, were revealed in two studies released in...

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