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Here are the resources we found for home life for parents and families:

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P3 – Wolverhampton Housing & Homeless Service

The Pathway Service is a different approach to tackling homelessness. The P3 charity offers a three stage approach. The first stage is direct access accommodation, then move-on hostel accommodations and finally people involved with the service move on to support accommodation.

End Youth Homelessness

In the UK each year, 83,000 young people find themselves homeless. End Youth Homelessness is a UK wide movement, bringing together local charities to tackle youth homelessness on a national scale. They work in three main areas; prevention of homelessness, ensuring homeless people have somewhere to live, and supporting young homeless people into employment.

CentrePoint

Violence, abuse, gangs, drugs, and problems with mental health – young people often become homeless because it’s safer to leave home than to stay. Tens of thousands of young people ask for help with homelessness every year, but there is a solution. CentrePoint work nationally to promote prevention of homelessness, provide housing, education and health support for young people who find themselves without a home.

Crisis

Crisis are a national charity for homeless people. They help people directly out of homelessness and campaign for the changes needed to solve it all together. The website has a dedicated ‘get help’ page for people who need help right now whether it’s help with housing or information on what to do if you are worried about someone.

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About Homelessness

Homelessness is devastating, dangerous and isolating. On average, homeless people die at just 47 years old. This webpage from Crisis covers; what causes homelessness, how many homeless people there is, and different types of homelessness.

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P3 – Wolverhampton Housing & Homeless Service

The Pathway Service is a different approach to tackling homelessness. The P3 charity offers a three stage approach. The first stage is direct access accommodation, then move-on hostel accommodations and finally people involved with the service move on to support accommodation.

End Youth Homelessness

In the UK each year, 83,000 young people find themselves homeless. End Youth Homelessness is a UK wide movement, bringing together local charities to tackle youth homelessness on a national scale. They work in three main areas; prevention of homelessness, ensuring homeless people have somewhere to live, and supporting young homeless people into employment.

CentrePoint

Violence, abuse, gangs, drugs, and problems with mental health – young people often become homeless because it’s safer to leave home than to stay. Tens of thousands of young people ask for help with homelessness every year, but there is a solution. CentrePoint work nationally to promote prevention of homelessness, provide housing, education and health support for young people who find themselves without a home.

Webpage

About Homelessness

Homelessness is devastating, dangerous and isolating. On average, homeless people die at just 47 years old. This webpage from Crisis covers; what causes homelessness, how many homeless people there is, and different types of homelessness.

Organisation View all organisations

P3 – Wolverhampton Housing & Homeless Service

The Pathway Service is a different approach to tackling homelessness. The P3 charity offers a three stage approach. The first stage is direct access accommodation, then move-on hostel accommodations and finally people involved with the service move on to support accommodation.

End Youth Homelessness

In the UK each year, 83,000 young people find themselves homeless. End Youth Homelessness is a UK wide movement, bringing together local charities to tackle youth homelessness on a national scale. They work in three main areas; prevention of homelessness, ensuring homeless people have somewhere to live, and supporting young homeless people into employment.

CentrePoint

Violence, abuse, gangs, drugs, and problems with mental health – young people often become homeless because it’s safer to leave home than to stay. Tens of thousands of young people ask for help with homelessness every year, but there is a solution. CentrePoint work nationally to promote prevention of homelessness, provide housing, education and health support for young people who find themselves without a home.

Webpage

About Homelessness

Homelessness is devastating, dangerous and isolating. On average, homeless people die at just 47 years old. This webpage from Crisis covers; what causes homelessness, how many homeless people there is, and different types of homelessness.