Of the homeless youth population, After8toEducate is tackling the most vulnerable population of unsheltered high school students.
After8toEducate recognizes each unsheltered youth as a whole individual with the potential to overcome all aspects of homelessness, not just one.
Stay up-to-date with progress in our work to overcome youth homelessness with our partners.

Fannie C. Harris Youth Center

After8toEducate recognizes each unsheltered youth as a whole individual with the potential to overcome all aspects of homelessness, not just one. Fannie C. Harris Youth Center will house both a Drop-In Center and Residential Services.

Services
  1. 4,000+ homeless students in DISD schools are in need of basic shelter and support
  2. 40% of all youth experiencing homelessness are LGBTQ
  3. 1 in 30 adolescents aged 13-17 experience unaccompanied homelessness over the course of a year

NEWS

  • After8toEducate Receives $150,000 Grant Award from AT&T

    Dallas-based AT&T is donating $300,000 in support of area youth experiencing homelessness. Local non-profit organizations After8toEducate and Incarnation House each received $150,000 to further their efforts to provide life skills and education services, after-school programming, and safe spaces for Dallas ISD students. Dallas Mayor Eric Johnson attended a recent event commemorating these gifts. Mike Peterson, […]

    Read More
  • 2019 Archived Issues of the After8 Update Newsletter

    Read past issues of the After8 Update, [...]

    Read More
  • Wells Fargo announces $100,000 investment in After8toEducate program to house homeless Dallas ISD high school students

    Donation creates momentum for final stretch of [...]

    Read More