Young & Homeless 2018

Homeless Link LogoWelfare reforms are contributing to homelessness, among young people aged 16 to 24, by affecting their ability to access and sustain housing, according to Homeless Link’s Young & Homeless 2018 report, published on Monday 16 April.

Young people with experiences of homelessness are one of the most vulnerable groups in society and continue to make up approximately half of the people accessing homelessness services in England. For the past seven years, Homeless Link’s national study on youth homelessness has provided crucial evidence to inform policy and practice. By exploring key trends in youth homelessness and the availability and nature of accommodation options and support, this sixth edition of our Young and Homeless report makes an important contribution to the evidence base on youth homelessness in England.

Read the full report here

Download the executive summary

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