Covenant House doors are open all day and night, every day of the week.
More than 2,000 young people wake up in a Covenant House bed every day.
We provided more than 730,000 nights of safe housing to young people in the past year.
More Than 4 million young people will experience homelessness this year
Since 1972, we've opened our doors to more than 1.5 million young people experiencing homelessness and survivors of human trafficking. Every young person at Covenant House receives a warm bed, food, health and wellness services, a case manager, and, most important of all, unconditional love and absolute respect.
Shelter is Only the Beginning
Covenant House's doors are open 24/7 to all young people who need housing and help, regardless of their race, religion, sexual orientation, or gender identity or expression. From crisis to care: We help young people achieve stability and Independence.
"They provided me with immediate services and helped me to understand how to navigate my life. Before I was living in stress and fear."
"Some of the youth advisors really connect with you. They helped me with my mental health a lot."
"Even small steps towards your goal is a step in the right direction, and if you encounter a setback, remember it is only temporary."
How Serious Is Youth Homelessness?
As many as 4.2 million young people will experience a period of homelessness this year in the U.S. alone. The causes of homelessness are complex, and many of the most vulnerable young people in our communities face the greatest risk.
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Join the Fight to End Youth Homelessness
You can make a difference in the lives of youth overcoming homelessness by donating your time and money to Covenant House.
Your support provides immediate shelter and care that helps young people build on their strengths to overcome their experiences of homelessness and human trafficking.
Sleep Out is your opportunity to spend a night outside and raise critical funds and awareness about the youth homelessness crisis.
Lend your voice and advocate for the rights of youth facing homelessness and survivors of trafficking.