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YOUNG ADULTS UNITING TO END HOMELESSNESS

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Young adults in Greater Boston don't know where they are going to sleep tonight.

ABOUT  Y2Y

Y2Y Network is building student-led programming to interrupt the cycle of homelessness for a generation of young adults. Y2Y Network employs a youth-to-youth model to provide a safe and affirming environment for young adults 18-24 experiencing homelessness.

SUPPORT OUR WORK

We know that we need a broad coalition of supporters to help us break the cycles of homelessness and realize a world where no young person goes unhoused. 

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BREAKING CYCLES, TOGETHER.

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GET TO KNOW US

We are growing a diverse, experienced team of change-makers to advance our mission and grow our impact. 

Y2Y Network Youth Homelessness Volunteers

LATEST NEWS

NOV. 03, 2021

CBSN Boston's Breana Pitts spoke to directors at Y2Y Harvard Square shelter about the student-staffed program addressing youth homelessness.

SEPT. 27, 2021

Nicky Brussels-Faria, a Y2Y New Haven Steering Committee Member was honored with the Yale-Jefferson Award, which is bestowed for outstanding work in public service in Yale’s community and beyond

SEPT. 09, 2021

As Harvard students returned en masse to Cambridge earlier this month, Harvard student-run homeless shelters have made plans to operate at reduced bed capacity for overnight guests this fall and winter.