This resource is a case study on Daybreak, a program that offers emergency shelter, street outreach, housing, education, mental health, and employment services -- including transitional jobs (TJ) within a social enterprise setting -- to help youth get and stay housed. Daybreak's target population had originally been young teens ages 10 to 18, but because of increasing needs the program now gives more attention to transition-aged youth ages 18 to 24.
Title:: Opportunity Youth Employment Program Case Study: Daybreak
Publication date: 2015-05-29
Publication Year: 2015 Caitlin Schnur
, James Jones
National Transitional Jobs Network
North America / United States
, North America / United States (Midwestern) / Ohio
, employment program
, youth ages
, Interactive Resource
Resource provided by: IssueLab
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