Get the answers to puzzles from the Understanding Youth Homelessness resource below, and find more information about how you can access help and support if you need it.



Spot the difference:

Coronavirus and family relationships

As lockdown continues and we’re asked to stay inside, we know being at home for long periods can be tricky. The current restrictions due to the Covid-19 virus can put a lot of pressure on family relationships.

We also know that this is a worrying time for many young people and their families and it can be difficult to get help and support from friends and other family members at the moment. If things are getting difficult at home and you are struggling with the relationships you have with those around you, we encourage you to get some help and support.


Get support

There are a number of options available to help you and others in your family and we encourage you to seek advice and support as soon as possible.

School safeguarding leads are still able to support students and their families during the school closure period. Remember, you should always call 999 if anyone is in immediate danger.

Find information about accessing local and national services below.

Services in London

Services in South Yorkshire

Services in the North East

Services in Greater Manchester

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