We can save kids from the homeless crisis – together
Knowing the challenges homeless teens face, supporting them every step of the way and uniting in a movement to help them off the streets. Join us in this fight to save our kids.Explore Our Impact
There is no single cause for the growing youth homeless crisis. Every kids's circumstance is unique and so are the problems they face.
Every day, young trafficking victims arrive at our shelters. Desperate and alone, homeless kids are easy targets for this horrific industry. That's why we're on the front lines, fighting to protect them.
We don't just save kids, we invest in their futures. Throughout a child's journey at Covenant House, our caring staff is there to provide the support needed to transition from homelessness to self-sufficiency.
Our work doesn't stop at direct care – we're also defending the rights of vulnerable kids at the local, state and federal levels. Stand with us and learn how we enact change through crucial advocacy work.
What's the Sleep Out about? It's about one night outside spent in solidarity with homeless kids. It's about raising critical funds and awareness across the Americas. And most important, it's about showing kids the kind of unconditional love that all children deserve.
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Covenant House President Kevin Ryan joins with other anti-trafficking advocates to witness signing of the Stop Enabling Sex Traffickers Act (SESTA) after a two-year advocacy effort.
Stephaun spent nearly three years at Covenant House and has been on his own for two. He is now gainfully employed, happily married, and raising two beautiful children.
Michael S. Long has been appointed new Executive Director of CH Florida, and James M. Gress, the agency’s current leader, will take on the role of Capital Campaign Director.
Manolo Rodriguez, on staff at Covenant House's Guatemala site for 26 years, was among 14 Home Team runners—and 21,965 finishers—in this years NYC half-marathon.