Runaway Assistance

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The National Runaway Safeline is a federally funded, volunteer-based organization. It operates eight telephone crisis lines 24 hours per day, 365 days per year. Volunteers provide crisis intervention, information and local referrals to adolescents and their families and assist each caller in developing options and a plan of action. It arranges conference calls to parents and provides message services for parents and youths. Conference calls are also arranged between shelters and other agencies to determine appropriate and available services. The National Runaway Switchboard administers the Home-Free Program via Greyhound Bus Lines which provides adolescent runaways with a free bus ticket home. National statistics on runaway youths are available.

National Runaway Safeline

3080 N. Lincoln Ave.

Chicago, IL 60657

(773) 880-9860

(773) 929-5150 Fax

(800) 621-4000

(800) RUN-AWAY

(800) 344-2785 Resource Agency Information Line

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Safe Place is a national not-for-profit organization dedicated to the prevention and resolution of child abduction.

National Safe Place, Inc.

2722 Crittenden Drive Louisville, KY 40217


(Fax) 502-635-3678