Sponsors and Exhibitors

The National RHY Grantees Training provides an opportunity for you to showcase your brand and resources to community agencies, state and local government, universities, practitioners, youth, and consumers. This training attracts 900 federal staff, executives, board members, managers, and youth and family-serving staff from around the nation. 

The training features three keynote sessions including a FYSB panel, more than 30 workshops, networking sessions, a site visit to a local RHY grantee agency, and institutes. Sponsors, advertisers, and exhibitors network with attendees and play a key role in RHY grantees' efforts to keep youth safe.

By investing as a sponsor, advertiser, or exhibitor with the National RHY Grantees Training, your business will gain a direct connection to an expansive network of youth, families, and youth service providers in every US state and territory, many of whom are also key decision-makers within their organization.

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Sign up today if you're ready to share your brand’s distinctive qualities, credibility, and products/services with leaders in the youth services field.
NSPN offers several advertising and sponsorship opportunities. You may also customize a package to meet the needs of your business or organization, with the benefits most important to you. 

Exhibit spaces are full for #RHYTraining19.

RHYTTAC is excited for the following (and more) sponsors, exhibitors, and advertisers to join this year's national training.

National Safe Place Network
Proud Operator of FYSB RHYTTAC

RHYTraining19 Host

“National Safe Place Network (NSPN) ensures an effective system of response for youth in crisis through public and private partnerships at a local, state, and national level. They do this through the operation of three nationally recognized programs: NSPN Membership, Safe Place®, and FYSB RHYTTAC. To learn how NSPN can work with you and your staff to end youth homelessness and ensure safety for all youth in crisis, visit www.nspnetwork.org, email [email protected], or call 502.635.3660. Your needs. Your network. Together we can!”

National Clearinghouse on Homeless Youth and Families


“The National Clearinghouse on Homeless Youth and Families (NCHYF) provides information and resources to RHY grantees and other organizations that are developing and implementing prevention and intervention services for runaway and homeless youth. NCHYF also serves the general public interested in learning about the issues facing runaway and homeless youth and the circumstances that often contribute to their running away or becoming homeless. NCHYF partners with the National Runway Safeline and RHYTTAC to support FYSB's mission to end youth homelessness.”

National Runaway Safeline


National Runaway Safeline (NRS) serves as the federally designated national communication system for runaway and homeless youth. NRS’s mission is to keep America’s runaway, homeless, and at-risk youth safe and off the streets. NRS annually makes approximately 100,000 connections with youth and families through their hotline, website, and prevention and education resources. NRS co-sponsors National Runaway Prevention Month (NRPM) in November, get involved, take action and make a difference. Stop by the exhibit table to learn more about NRS’ services and about NRPM or visit www.1800runaway.org.” 

Abt Associates

"Abt Associates is the leading subject matter expert on HMIS Data standards, guidance and technical documentation. Since the inception of HMIS, Abt has been at the helm of the development of HMIS data collection tools and products. Abt is the SME for three of the federal partner programs that participate in HMIS, works closely with each partner on data collection and reporting guidance, and provides technical assistance and training to grantees. Abt is building the new RHY-HMIS."

American Institutes for Research
“American Institutes for Research (AIR) is an independent, nonpartisan, not-for-profit organization whose mission is to conduct and apply the best behavioral and social science research and evaluation toward improving people’s lives, with a special emphasis on the disadvantaged and most vulnerable populations. AIR is committed to understanding and addressing the unique needs of children, youth, and adults experiencing homelessness by researching what works, developing tools and resources, and providing training and technical assistance to support data-driven, trauma-informed programming.”
Child Welfare Information Gateway


“Child Welfare Information Gateway provides access to timely, practical resources that help child welfare, adoption, and related professionals protect children and strengthen families. For more information, visit www.childwelfare.gov.”
F2 Solutions


“F2 Solutions (F2), established in September 2007, is an experienced management services provider focused on developing and executing innovative technology solutions for federal agencies and their programs. F2 is led by its President, Mr. Lynn Leeks, who brings more than 20 years of information technology (IT) training, management, and implementation in the areas of grants management and conferencing. F2’s main lines of business include event management, IT consulting, grant review, and ancillary support to enhance its clients’ resources and effectiveness.”

National Network for Youth

“The National Network for Youth (NN4Y) is a public education and policy advocacy organization dedicated to the prevention and eradication of youth homelessness in America. As the largest and most diverse network of its kind, NN4Y represents over 300 members and affiliates — organizations that work on the front lines every day with young people and their families to prevent and respond to youth homelessness. Together, we envision a future in which all young people have a safe place to call home. For more information, visit www.nn4youth.org.” 

Open Table

“The Open Table movement was born from one church’s chance encounter with a homeless man in 2005. Today, it is a nationally followed model, equipping faith and other organizations to transform communities through sustainable, long-term relationships with people experiencing economic and/or relational poverty. The model has now been taught in 28 states, has a theory of change, evidence base, and replicable online training through the Open Table University. 95% of those served by a table are still in relationship with their members two years after the table has completed.”

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Safe Place®

“Safe Place® is a national outreach and prevention program for youth in need of immediate help and safety. This initiative involves community support to provide safety and resources for youth in crisis. Over 20,000 community and business locations nationwide display the Safe Place sign, making help readily available. Safe Place locations include youth shelters, such as basic center programs and other social service organizations, as well as libraries, schools, YMCAs, fire stations, fast food restaurants, grocery stores, and transit companies. Safe Place also offers TXT 4 HELP, a texting initiative that immediately connects youth to mental health professionals via text. To learn more about Safe Place and TXT 4 HELP, visit www.nationalsafeplace.org"
True Colors United


“True Colors United implements innovative solutions to youth homelessness that focus on the unique experiences of LGBTQ young people.”

  Wise Guys

Children’s Home Society of North Carolina

“Wise Guys is a nationally recognized and evaluated positive youth development program for young men ages 12-18 that addresses healthy masculinity, social and emotional learning, teen dating violence prevention, teen pregnancy prevention, and STI prevention. In-person and online training options are provided to other organizations that wish to replicate the program in their communities. Training includes a 2019 curriculum with over 70 interactive lessons to facilitate with young men.”
Youth Collaboratory


“Youth Collaboratory harnesses the power of the youth services community to innovate, evaluate, and drive effective strategies that assure the safety and well-being of youth and young adults, unlocking their limitless potential. Their relationship-driven consulting services, strategic national partnerships, and research-based program models operate across sectors to help youth service practitioners focus on one goal: strengthening outcomes for youth and young adults. Youth Collaboratory was formerly known as MANY."






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