The impact of Coronavirus is all around us and inescapable. This is an extremely challenging and unsettling time for everybody, but it is especially difficult for vulnerable young people.
During this unprecedented time they need our support more than ever, and we cannot do it without you.
From housing and health to learning and engagement, we aim to help vulnerable young people move on from homelessness and build a future they can believe in.
We know homeless young people are sleeping rough on the streets every night. But there are thousands more you don't see.
We provide accommodation, health support and life skills to get vulnerable young people back into education, training and employment.
For homeless young people like Laura, the night bus can be their only option for a safe place to sleep, away from having to endure another night on the streets. However, every time a homeless person boards a night bus, they are putting both their physical health and mental wellbeing at risk.
As temperatures continue to plummet, we urgently need your help to give people like Laura a route out of homelessness.
We operate 60 services providing support to young people across the UK.
We provide 1,107 bed spaces for homeless young people.
88 per cent of young people move on from Centrepoint positively.
As one of the dedicated youth homelessness charities in the UK, we're determined to get vulnerable young people off the streets.
By sponsoring a room at Centrepoint you can help a young person like Nadia leave homelessness behind for good. For just £12 a month you can help save lives and change lives.
If you're rough sleeping, sofa surfing or don't feel safe in your home, The Centrepoint Helpline is here to support you. We can support you and give you help with housing if you're at risk of being homeless.
You can also get in touch if you're worried about a young person.
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