Published: 27th Aug 2020

The government has announced that youth homelessness charity St Basils will benefit from £90,000 of funding to enable it to continue its vital work supporting young people who are homeless or at risk of homelessness. The funding will enable the charity to continue its Youth Voice Programme where selected young homeless people from across the country feed their experience into government and other public sector organisations, ensuring their voices are heard. St Basils will also undertake a detailed review into the experiences, needs and issues facing young people in the West Midlands who were housed as part of the government’s ‘Everyone In’ scheme during the COVID-19 response. The insights, recommendations and learnings from St Basils’ study will be shared, to build on the government’s ongoing evidence base on what works to prevent future homelessness amongst young people. The government is funding St Basils’ work to support young homeless people as part … (To read the full article, subscribe below)