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Runaway- Meal: is This What You Had in Mind?

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Runaway- Home: Is This What You Had in Mind?

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Runaway Postcard: It's not Just About You

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Runaway Postcard: Alone

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Runaway: " what are your reasons for running away?"

Some people think kids runaway just because they want attention. Not true. It’s because of the problems at home that are not seen from the outside. Abuse, neglect, & rapes are just three of the top runaway issues but it is not all of the reasons why teens runaway.

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Runaways: "why are these girls here?"

Most runaways are girls. Why are these girls here? They may be here because they have been victimized or abused. Most girls who have been victimized fear the shame that will be brought upon them and their families, so they keep it a secret or runaway. Many sad stories have been told about girls running away because they were abused and raped. So what can we do to help them? How can we help them? How can we stop the abuse and rapes?

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Runaway: "why run here?"

Why sleep here? There are other places where youth runaways could go. They could go to a shelter home, a friends house but why out here in the streets or door steps of another persons? Some teens may just be looking for a place to stay because they feel like they have no other places to go because of the troubles their in and how frighten they are because of the situation.

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