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Covenant House strives to be a voice for homeless kids – because they simply can't speak up for themselves. By raising public awareness through the media, we hope to influence community action and government policy on the problem of youth homelessness around the world.



As New York City prepares for an annual census of the homeless population, some groups are trying to make sure young people are not missed. This New York Times article looks at ways Covenant House and fellow service providers are offering desperately needed services. 

Branded a Sex Offender?

01/28/2016 - 11:30am

In this in-depth story in the New Orleans Times-Picayune, follow the tragic story of Aaliyah, who has been abused since age 9 and has outrageously been branded a "sex offender."  See how Covenant House New Orleans is fighting for her future. 

In this Crain's New York article, learn about a partnership between Covenant House and NYC that could lead to more help for homeless youth. 

Like all of our young people, Jonathan is smart, funny, and incredibly talented.  Read about his journey that led him to Covenant House in this New York Times article.