Voices of Louisville’s Young Adults is a series of issue briefs to help the community better understand how young adults in crisis without support live, hope and think. The information in the issue briefs was generated from a series of focus sessions and an online survey of 95 young adults, who were experiencing or had experienced crises. The intent of the efforts was to listen to Young Adults and have their voices represented in the work of the Planning Team and Work Teams. Each issue brief contains a profile of the 95 Young Adults surveyed.
Voices of Louisville’s Young Adults Sept 2012
What do young adults in crisis without support care about? What are their goals and dreams? What are their barriers and worries?
Voices of Louisville’s Young Adults March 2013
Who is helping our young adults? Where do they live? Who is filling the gap?
Special thanks to Liberty High School, YMCA Safe Place Services, YouthBuild, Wayside Christian Mission, and Family Scholar House, for hosting focus sessions with Young Adults. This report is printed by the Coalition for the Homeless with support from WellCare.