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YHNE Young People of the North

YHNE Young People of the North Youth Homeless North East pride ourselves on championing young people and placing their voices and needs at the heart of everything we do. In celebration of reaching our 8th year, we want to showcase some of the young people who have worked with us at our events and Youth Hubs. Each young person involved in the campaign has worked

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YHNE and IPPR North release Questionnaire aimed at Young People in the North East

YHNE and IPPR North release Questionaire aimed at Young People in the North East Creating awareness and aiming to change government policy on matters which can in turn help prevent homelessness for young people within the region, can be a long drawn out process. Without the crucial data thinktanks and research bodies like IPPR North collect, changing the current situation just isn’t possible. IPPR North

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Changing Lives Liberty Project

Changing Lives – Liberty Project Modern day slavery is a complex crime and may involve multiple forms of exploitation. Some victims may not even be aware that they are being trafficked or exploited, and may have consented to elements of their exploitation, or accepted their situation. Changing Lives supports victims of modern-day slavery, providing a therapeutic and holistic approach which is tailored to each person.

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CEO Executive Sleepout Announced

  CEO Sleepout Announcement Youth Homelessness North East is proud to be participating in this year’s CEO sleepout event. In the run up to the executive fund raiser, we will be contributing towards campaigns, covering issues our research and our collaborators have identified as some of the main causes of homelessness. Mental health problems #whydoIfeellikethis #mentalhealthawareness Austerity #endpoverty #5WeeksTooLong Relationship breakdowns #lonelyproject The Sleepout provides

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Durham Care Leavers Strategy 2018

Durham Care Leavers Strategy 2018 The Care Leavers strategy wants to provide every opportunity for young people to be happy, healthy and safe and to achieve their full potential. It is important that their transition into adulthood is positive and that all young people have the necessary life-skills, confidence and experience to enable them to thrive. The responsibility for meeting the needs of Care Leavers

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Durham Joint Safeguarding Children, Young People and Vulnerable Adults Protocols

Durham Joint Safeguarding Children, Young People and Vulnerable Adults Protocols The protocol provides the framework for collaborative working and calls for a positive approach from services and agencies to work together to protect vulnerable adults, young people and children. To read the Safeguarding Protocols, please click here.  

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County Durham Joint Health and Wellbeing Strategy 2016-2019

County Durham Joint Health and Wellbeing Strategy 2016-2019 The Joint Health and Wellbeing Strategy is a legal requirement to ensure health and social care agencies work together and agree the services and initiatives that should be prioritised. County Durham’s Health and Wellbeing Board has the responsibility to deliver the Joint Health and Wellbeing Strategy 2016-19. The refresh is informed by the Joint Strategic Needs Assessment

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Durham Safeguarding Children Annual Report for Young People 2018

Durham Safeguarding Children Annual Report for Young People 2018 Durham Safeguarding Children have published their 2018 Safeguarding Report for Young People. To read the Safeguarding Report, please click here.

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Gateshead Safeguarding Plan 2019

Gateshead Safeguarding Plan 2019 The Children and Social Work Act (2017) set out provisions which replaces Local Safeguarding Children Boards (LSCB) with new flexible working arrangements led by 3 safeguarding partners (local authorities, chief officers of police and clinical commissioning groups), and places a duty on those partners to make arrangements to work together with any relevant agencies for the purpose of safeguarding and promoting

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New funding for rough sleepers living with mental illness and substance misuse

New funding for rough sleepers living with mental illness and substance misuse The Health and Social Care Secretary has announced that £1.9 million will be given to councils by Public Health England to help improve the health of rough sleepers. The funding will be awarded to projects that improve access to health services and continuity of care for people with mental ill-health and substance misuse

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