Category Archives: Street Outreach

Seton in the News, January 21, 2016: Homeless Youth Can Seek Shelter from Winter Weather

“ “VIRGINIA BEACH, Va. (WAVY) — When winter weather hits, many of us have a safe, warm shelter. But, local organizations are working to protect those who don’t, especially homeless children and teens. There are an estimated 800 to 1,000 homeless youth in Hampton Roads. As the weather gets colder, the temperatures and conditions can pose […]

Thankful Thursday: August 20th, 2015

For today’s Thankful Thursday, we would like to thank all of the generous donors from our Summer Appeal. Together we raised over $5,350! Charles Zondoark Debra Keeling Eunice Woods James Tuthill Joanie Widener John Greenhalgh New Jerusalem Ministries Pace Collaborative, PC Rhonda Floasin Robert Boseman Sergi Demichuk Thalia United Methodist Church We Couldn’t Do It […]

Thankful Thursday: August 13th, 2015

For today’s Thankful Thursday, we would like to thank an anonymous corporate donor for underwriting the cost of a nearly-new van for our Street Outreach Program. We Couldn’t Do It Without You! #ThankfulThursday About Seton Youth Shelters’ Street Outreach Program:  Our van-based Street Outreach Program travels through Virginia Beach, Norfolk, Chesapeake, Portsmouth, Hampton and Newport […]

Thankful Thursday: July 30th, 2015

For today’s Thankful Thursday, we would like to thank the Virginia Beach United Methodist Church’s Potter’s House for their partnership with Seton Youth Shelters’ Street Outreach Program. VBUMC partners with us every Tuesday for the “Crow’s Nest Youth Outreach Center.” We offer food, crisis intervention, clothing, hygiene items, community referrals and more. About The Potter’s […]

SUMMER HEAT BEARS RISKS TO RUNAWAY TEENS LIVING ON THE STREET

Virginia Beach, Virginia— Earlier this summer, the scorching summer heat beat down on Hampton Roads, with temperatures over 95 degrees. June’s temperatures stalled in the high 90’s with heat index at 99 degrees. One area in Virginia Beach even had a heat index of 107 degrees one afternoon. The high temperatures in Hampton Roads can be devastating […]

SETON YOUTH SHELTERS AWARDS $2,500 SCHOLARSHIP TO LOCAL TEEN

SETON YOUTH SHELTERS AWARDS $2,500 SCHOLARSHIP TO LOCAL TEEN   Virginia Beach, Virginia— Since 2007, Seton Youth Shelters has awarded the Donna Rowe Memorial Scholarships to many deserving Hampton Roads teens, who have benefitted from the organizations’ Shelters, Street Outreach or Mentoring Programs, to assist furthering their education for a better life. After her untimely […]

Street Outreach is On the Move

This January was action packed for our Street Outreach Programs and its director David Mount! NAS Oceana Youth Center featured the inspirational artwork of thirteen children and two adults as part of their community services! The hour-long presentation included a tour and insightful information about Seton Youth Shelters. Director David Mount also presented at the […]

Van Outreach Aims to Find and Help Runaways

See this article on the Daily Press website here! Seton Youth Shelters would like to continue providing runaway help on the Peninsula although funding has been cut January 02, 2013|By Tara Bozick, tbozick@dailypress.com | 757-247-4741 On Tuesday afternoons, a social worker and counselor set out on a never-ending mission to keep youth from running away […]