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NAPO Supports National Runaway Prevention Month
October 24, 2013
November is National Runaway Prevention Month (NRPM). NAPO is an official partner of NRPM, which is co- sponsored every year by the National Runaway Safeline and the National Network for Youth. The goals of NRPM are:
To raise awareness about the issues that runaways and homeless youth face, and
To educate the public about solutions to preventing youth from running away from home.
When a youth runs away, the impact is felt throughout the entire community. Working together to identify resources and to help youth develop life skills can make the difference between a youth running away and/or finding needed resources.
For information on activities sponsored by NRPM, please visit the following site: . NAPO is hopeful that our members will consider participating in some of the activities sponsored by NRPM,which will raise awareness about this important issue http://www.1800runaway.org/promote/prevention_month/what_is_nrpm/.
We appreciate your consideration. If you have any questions about NAPO's involvement with NRPM, please contact Melissa Nee at: