Running away of children and youth from home is a significant phenomenon in the American society. This phenomenon affects not only the children or youth themselves, but it also exhausts the families, institutions, and the community in general. This book, therefore,presents some facts about those youth who experienced the deleterious effects of running away from home. Moreover, the preceding factors that forced those youth to leave their abodes into the streets are discussed in details. Data of this study were taken from a previously carried out research study in Florida, USA during the years of 1990-1991. Recommendations were given so as to help solve this dilemma for the best of the American society represented by its children, youth, and families. This book is especially useful to professionals in Mental Health, Psychology, or anyone else who may be in direct contact with children and youth who have such psychosocial problems.