Runaway and Homeless Youth

End Homelessness
Love Notes 3.0 Instructor's Manual cover
Money Habitudes 2
Mind Matters Journal

The Dibble Institute’s relationship programs have been successfully used to help support, and transition vulnerable, at-risk or homeless youth and young parents to self-sufficiency and sustainable living with engaging and effective interventions.

Love Notes (Classic), an evidence-based relationship skills program, empowering young people with these protective factors:

  1. Create strong social supports,
  2. Develop relationship capacity,
  3. Build permanent connections,
  4. Improve social and emotional well being,
  5. Prevent and/or decrease risky behaviors,
  6. Become healthier parents (MHG), and
  7. Learn life skills and employability skills.

Money Habitudes 2 for at-risk youth gives youth an opportunity to connect the heart and head in finance. Money Habitudes 2 is written specifically for at-risk and low resource.

In addition, Dibble’s newest program Mind Matters – Overcoming Adversity and Building Resilience provides tools and confidence to implement a trauma informed approach to respond appropriately to the individual needs of traumatized youth (including runaway homeless youth, trafficked youth and at-risk youth), prevent re-traumatization, reduce the stress of young parents, and help ensure the well-being of children.

Resources like research, webinars, the monthly e-newsletter, professional development…

For a complimentary online curriculum review copy of any of our materials please contact:

Dixie Zittlow  |  Director of Outreach.

920-664-6066  |