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NHA and Transition Age Youth

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Howard Glasser and Stephanie Rule are our hosts for this timely conversation regarding transitioning youth and the homeless and how NHA can be life changing for these individuals.

Join us as trainers, Quinn Donnay, Sarah Schutt and Nicole Semmens share their experiences with this segment of population.

Quinn, is a Transitional Living Program Manager at New Day Youth & Family Services,  a non-profit agency that aids young people ages 17-22 that are experiencing homelessness, have a lack of supports, and minimal protective factors in Albuquerque, NM. Quinn utilizes NHA in her supervision with staff as well as with the young people in care. Quinn pairs NHA with young people experiencing homelessness to relentlessly build inner wealth so that they are able to recognize their greatness and strengths to move forward onto a rich path of independence. 

 

Sarah, is first and foremost an involved and dedicated mother to 2 sensitive, caring, and vibrant children.  she currently works as the Homeless Management Information System Administrator for the Housing and Homeless Coalition of Central New York, which acts as HUD Continuum of Care for Oswego, Cayuga, and Onondaga Counties.  She was a Case Management Supervisor of Runaway and Homeless Youth Case Management Services, which served youth 16-24 who were homeless or housing vulnerable in Onondaga County. 

 

Nicole,  has been an NHA Advanced Trainer since 2011.  She is a mother of two incredibly joyous children and a former program director of 12 years working with transition-age homeless youth.  She is currently working as the Event Assistant for Children’s Success Foundation in addition to working as an NHA Coach/Trainer passionately spreading the Nurtured Heart Approach to parents, teachers, and mental health professionals.

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