Former and current residents discuss mental health in relation to their own lived experience of homelessness.
This episode looks at Christmas through the eyes of young people who have experienced homelessness or are estranged from their biological families.
In this episode young mum and former Centrepoint resident Bethany hosts a frank and honest discussion about young motherhood.
This episode asks what does homelessness mean for women? How do we empower survivors of domestic abuse? And what needs to be done to support and secure young women’s futures?
Carrianne came to London in search of her father in 1983 at just 15-years-old. She met two punks in Soho who told her about the Centrepoint night shelter.
For any new mum, the journey into motherhood is an alien one: if you are lucky enough to avoid a traumatic birth or postpartum depression, among many other things, becoming responsible for new life is an all-consuming and life-changing event.
Centrepoint's new research reveals over 103,000 young people in the UK are homeless or at risk. Hannah Webster, our Research and Databank Officer, explains why councils need more funding to support them.
Christmas is often a difficult time for the young people we support at Centrepoint. Elena Derbyshire, Mental Health Advisor, explains how we empower young people and help them to begin their recovery.
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.
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.