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New T-Shirts!

April 2nd, 2016


Support New Alternatives by buying a t-shirt! Please share!
https://www.booster.com/newalternativeslgbtyouth

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Congrats Devon!

March 29th, 2016


New Alternatives congratulates client Devon on his new job!

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Eggcelent :)

March 27th, 2016


New Alt clients had fun dying Easter eggs tonight.

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Easter Dinner

March 27th, 2016


57 LGBT homeless youth and 3 children enjoyed Easter dinner tonight, prepared by Cornell Students on their Alternative Spring Break.

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A Lesson in Privilege

March 25th, 2016


One of the students who volunteer with us during her Alternative Spring Break wrote about her experience and what it taught her about privilege:

http://flathatnews.com/2016/03/21/a-lesson-in-privilege

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Princeton Students Visit

March 21st, 2016


Princeton students on their Spring Break came to hear NewAlt Director Kate Barnhart discuss the issues facing homeless LGBT youth.


 

Branch Out Alternative Breaks

March 18th, 2016


One of our Alternative Spring Break volunteers wrote this about her experience:

http://flathatnews.com/2016/03/14/branch-out-alternative-breaks-teach-students-invaluable-lessons

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Congrats Eric!

March 4th, 2016


New Alt congratulates our client Eric on his new warehouse job!

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Mission Statement

Created in 2008, the mission of New Alternatives is to increase the self-sufficiency of homeless LGBT youth and to enable them to transition out of the shelter system and into stable adult lives. We do this by providing case management, education services, life skills training, community-building recreational activities, opportunities for self-expression, and support services for HIV+ youth. Our guiding principles are those of harm reduction, youth development, and empowerment.