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Our work gives the potential of some of London’s most disadvantaged young people a home. In 2019/20:

  • 850 young people facing homelessness attended the drop in
  • 299 were supported by our street or prison outreach services



  • 186 young people were helped to move into long-term, stable accommodation
  • 138 young people were prevented from sleeping rough by accessing emergency or short-stay accommodation 
  • 61 young people were given a home in our own accommodation projects or through our Private Rented Sector scheme




  • 88 young people were supported to return safely to their family home
  • 221 attended our Independent Living workshop programme
  • 294 young people received benefits advice and help with making Universal Credit applications
  • our teams delivered 1,967 advice appointments and 806 advocacy sessions
  • 1,778 young people attended our youth homelessness prevention sessions at schools and colleges



  • 71 young people were supported into employment and apprenticeships
  • 200 attended employability sessions and assessments
  • 104 went back into education and training
  • 253 young people achieved AQA accreditations




  • 528 young people reported improved mental and emotional health
  • 494 increased their self confidence

  • 111 young people had one-to-one support from our counsellor
  • 103 received medical attention from our on-site nurse
  • 223 young people attended communication and relationship skills sessions


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