Three years ago we launched Danger Zones and Stepping Stones. In 2020, we’re sharing the third and final part of the report, which provides important new diagnostic tools for addressing the issue of homelessness.
Homelessness remains as big an issue today as it was when the first report was published, but we have learned more about the impact homelessness can have on the lives of the young people it affects.
We know that many people first become homeless between the ages of 16 and 24, and that this can make escaping homelessness in later life more difficult.
This latest research provides professionals with the tools to help young people to step out of the ‘danger zones’ and into places of safety.
With sincere thanks to LetterOne for sponsoring this research.