Published: 9th Jan 2020

The Welsh government has launched a new campaign to help raise awareness of the hidden homelessness problem amongst young people in Wales.  The campaign aims to raise awareness that just because someone has a roof over their head they may still be homeless, they might be sleeping on a friend’s sofa or staying somewhere temporary like a hostel, night shelter or a B&B. They want all young people who may be at risk of becoming homeless to have access to the support that they need to prevent homelessness from happening in the first place. The campaign identifies six signs that people can look for in order to identify someone who might be homeless. They may be having difficulties with their relationships with their parents They may be reluctant to go home They may be keeping belongings with them and having problems with keeping clothes clean They may be asking for … (To read the full article, subscribe below)