Creating a Social Program

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Creating a Social Program

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Creating a Social ProgramNameClassDateProfessorHomes for Homeless Youths Program The homeless problem continues to grow in America due to a fractured and struggling economy. This problem does not just affect adults, it affects youths as well. The newly created social program Homes for Homeless Youths Program has been developed to provide assistance to the ever growing youth homeless population in an attempt to reduce this problem through providing youths will a place to call home. Homeless youths consist of individuals under the age of eighteen that live on the streets or in shelters because they do not have a home or have fled an abusive, neglectful, or unhappy home. The growing youth homeless problem population in Los Angeles, California must be addressed through a comprehensive and systematic social program that will address both the short and long term needs of the homeless youth population.Problem In 2002, the Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention in the US Department of Justice, conducted a study on the runaway and homeless youth population and estimated that there were 1,682,900 homeless youths in that year (NCH, 2007). By 2003 there was over 1.7 million homeless youths on the streets of America. The majority of these youths are between the ages of fifteen and seventeen but youths as young as nine or ten live on the streets. The majority of these youths are homeless because they have left there unhappy homes and see

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