This Population Policy Series Brief focuses on the victimization and unique barriers to safety and recovery that adolescent survivors experience. High rates of victimization, legal complications related to their status as minors, school involvement, and how systems and programs respond require special consideration to effectively address the safety and economic needs of these young survivors. Adolescence is most commonly defined as persons aged 10 to 24 years. This brief will focus on survivors in their middle and late adolescence, aged 14-24, who are in high school or enrolled in post-secondary educational institutions. Recognizing that this cohort represents individuals who are experiencing a variety of unique developmental and life changes, this brief will highlight many of the common challenges and repercussions that violence has on their immediate and long-term economic security.