Larkin Street Youth Services: Helping Kids Get Off the Street for Good (1982–2007)

@article{Farrar2011LarkinSY,
  title={Larkin Street Youth Services: Helping Kids Get Off the Street for Good (1982–2007)},
  author={L Farrar and Sara L. Schwartz and M. Jill Austin},
  journal={Journal of Evidence-Based Social Work},
  year={2011},
  volume={8},
  pages={106 - 123}
}
Larkin Street Youth Services is a pioneering nonprofit organization that was established in 1981 to serve the growing urban homeless and runaway youth population. What began as a neighborhood effort has evolved into a $12 million organization over the course of its 25-year history. Larkin Street Youth Services delivers a continuum of services to homeless youth including counseling, housing, education, employment, and HIV services. The agency has received significant local and national attention… Expand
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