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Youth Statistics
An analysis of 67 studies indicated that, compared to children who have experienced a divorce, children who live with their married parents have significantly better academic achievement, psychological and emotional adjustment, self-concept, social relations, and lower levels of misconduct such as delinquency or aggression.


Helping America's Youth

Online Exhibit Hall & Resource Center

Welcome to the Helping America’s Youth virtual Resource Center where you can find federal agency publications, brochures, and resource materials offering best practices, research, and strategies to help you care, connect, and commit to youth in your community.  By becoming actively involved in the lives of young people, grandparents, teachers, mentors, clergy members, neighbors, coaches, and other caring adults can support parents and help youth become community assets, making better choices that lead to healthier, more successful lives.


The publications are accessible online by selecting a topic or by viewing a list of all publication titles.


Please choose one of the search methods below for accessing online youth resources or view all documents


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