On a chilly December afternoon, BBC Radio 1 DJ Dean McCullough joined our wonderful Centrepoint staff to learn about the vital work they’re doing in Manchester.
Former residents with lived experience of homelessness talk about what it's really like to sleep rough, the reasons behind it and the solutions.
Former world boxing champion Ricky Hatton visited our flagship service in Manchester to mark the beginning of his support for Centrepoint.
Stockpiling, meal hacks and exercise: Centrepoint young panellists discuss mental health in a cost of living crisis and how prioritising one's mental health is more important that ever.
Ed Worley – better known as graffiti artist Opake – treated current Centrepoint residents and former residents, to a meet and greet to kick off his new art exhibition ‘Sanity through Repetition’.
In this episode we have comedian, TV personality, model and influencer, Fats Timbo talk about the challenge of accepting her disability and developing confidence.
TV superstar Vicky Pattison and Great British Bake Off extraordinaire Kim-Joy visited the young people in our hostels this Christmas to share the festive spirit.
This episode looks at Christmas through the eyes of young people who have experienced homelessness or are estranged from their biological families.
Former and current residents discuss mental health in relation to their own lived experience of homelessness.
In July 2020, we put together a mission statement of how we planned to support Black, Asian and ethnic minority (BAME) staff within Centrepoint. We promised to hold ourselves accountable, to look at our processes, and to speak to those at the heart of the matter: our staff. A lot of our work on being anti-racist begins on the inside, at the core. And so, we wanted to share an update on our progress with you, our supporters, to let you know we’re still striving towards our mission. Here’s what we’ve been up to.
Men’s Health Week aims to improve the lives of men and boys, particularly those from disadvantaged backgrounds. This year, as we emerge from the biggest health crisis of the 21st century, the question is: where do we go from here?
Centrepoint has been building a new, psychologically-informed, working environment with staff wellbeing at its heart. Here, Senior Digital and Communications Officer Keir Forde, explains why and how we’re promoting staff wellbeing, and where we’ve got to in our first 12 months.