End Youth Homelessness is administered by Centrepoint. It was set-up seven years ago from a challenge the Duke of Cambridge, who is the Patron of Centrepoint, gave them to end youth homelessness.
It is a UK-wide national movement of local charities working with over 30,000 young people. End Youth Homelessness helps its Member Charities collaborate to increase awareness, share experience and generate voluntary income to deliver services that transform the lives of homeless young people.
Here’s how we help;
• A home: End Youth Homelessness charities start by putting a safe, warm and stable roof over young people’s heads through their supported accommodation
• Getting and staying healthy: we help young people overcome their traumatic pasts with specialist mental and physical health support
• Opportunities: provide young people with 1:1 care to help them build their confidence and skills to get an education and a job
• Independence: we ensure that young people move into their own homes and don’t become homeless again
To find out more please visit www.eyh.org.uk