Councils turn away majority of homeless young people

Tristan Donovan
Thursday, May 3, 2018

Nearly six out of 10 young people facing homelessness who ask UK councils for help receive little or no support, a Centrepoint investigation has found.

Data suggests 86,000 young people sought help from local authorities due to homelessness or the risk of becoming homeless last year. Picture: Centrepoint
Data suggests 86,000 young people sought help from local authorities due to homelessness or the risk of becoming homeless last year. Picture: Centrepoint

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