Young and homeless 2018

Tuesday, 20 March 2018

Explore the challenges, trends and latest approaches at our national conference on youth homelessness.

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Event programme      Workshop descriptions      Book your place

Event overview

Homeless young people are amongst the most vulnerable in society. Many are dealing with the lasting impact of abuse or neglect, family breakdown or poor mental health.

These young people need access to support, financial security and a safe, affordable place to live - yet without a home it becomes very difficult to flourish in other areas, including education, employment and staying healthy. Without the right support, they are at risk of developing complex problems and becoming homeless again in later life.

This event will look at the services, support and accommodation young people need including:

  • Early intervention responses targeted to reach households where young people are most likely to be at risk of homelessness
  • Integrated responses to providing support for young people who are homeless, at risk of homelessness or need help with planned transitions to independence
  • Ways of providing a range of safe, decent and affordable housing options.

Who is this event for?

This event is aimed at staff and managers who work for accommodation providers, day centres, advice services and local authority housing and homelessness teams.

Event location

Hamilton House Conference Centre
Mabledon Place

Located a short walk from both Euston and King's Cross stations. Please click here for a map and directions to the venue.

Book your place

This fee includes all conference materials, lunch and refreshments. Thanks to funding from LandAid and Comic Relief we are able to offer reduced delegate fees for this event.  


Talk To Us

Kate Alaway

Conference and events manager

Kate manages our national programme of events that address the latest topics of interest in the homelessness sector. The events include our annual conference, one-day conferences, parliamentary reception and our rolling programme of webinars.

Telephone: 020 7840 4461
Twitter: @ConferenceKate