Centrepoint's, Public Affairs Officer, Vicky Nevin, writes an open letter to the next Prime Minister asking them to give young people a #chancetomoveon from homelessness.
Over the past few months, Centrepoint has started an important journey to implement a ‘Psychologically Informed Environment’ (PIE) across the organisation. Consultant Clinical and Forensic Psychologist Dr Helen Miles explains what this will mean for the charity and our homeless young people.
"No DSS" adverts are rife within the renter’s market, and it often affects the people who need homes the most. Here’s what you need to know about DSS discrimination – and how we can stop it from happening.
Here at Centrepoint, our mantra is “a job and a home” for homeless young people. To help fulfill this aim of eradicating youth homelessness and providing 16 to 25-year-olds with a stable future, the charity has launched the biggest capital investment plan in its 50-year history: to deliver 300 new modular homes across London and Greater Manchester by 2021 in order to help young people into affordable accommodation, training, and employment.
Neil Jones, professional dancer from Strictly Come Dancing; Vicky Pattison, influencer, podcast host and TV star; Rhys Connah, Ryan from Happy Valley; and Gurlaine Kaur Garcha, who plays Ash from Eastenders, joined forces to highlight the truth about youth homelessness.
Six charities have come together to put pressure on the government to help end homelessness.
Over the Christmas period last year, an estimated 22,000 young people sought help because they were homeless or at risk of homelessness. Centrepoint’s policy and research officer Billy Harding discusses new research into the experiences of homeless young people across England and Wales.
Centrepoint’s research and policy officer Billy Harding makes the case for why all political parties need to deliver on their housing promises at this general election.
Last night Centrepoint took part in the National Housing Hustings, with current and former residents given the opportunity to get answers to vital questions on the housing crisis.
This week MPs debated the Chance to Move On campaign, following a visit to 10 Downing Street, where Centrepoint residents presented a petition of over 20,000 signatures.