Relationship of Parenting Style and Self-Esteem of Street Children the Teen Years. The phenomenon of street children is a matter that has become the focus by many people because the number of street children itself is always increasing. Previous research stated that the street children have low self-esteem and they are identical with uninvolved parenting style. It is descriptive correlative study which aims to identify the relationship between parenting style and self-esteem on street children at East Jakarta. This research was conducted in the target area of shelter in East Jakarta towards 98 samples recruited using consecutive sampling. Self-esteem is measured using Rosenberg's Self Esteem Scale and parenting style measured using Mashoedi's Parenting Style which was developed from the theory of Diana Baumrind's parenting style. The results showed, there is a relationship between parenting style and a level of self-esteem street children in East Jakarta (p= 0.04). To overcome the problem of street children, the cooperation between governments, community nurses, social workers and shelter is needed to do the family-based empowerment together to rehabilitate street children.