Help homeless young people
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Help homeless young people

Sue Kellie National head of health, Youth homelessness charity Centrepoint

Nurses can spread the word about Centrepoint’s helpline, which offers access to housing, training and mental health support

As a leading UK charity for homeless young people, Centrepoint supports more than 9,200 people aged 16-25 year each year. In addition to providing a safe bed for the night, we help young people turn their lives around by gaining essential life skills, tackling their physical and mental health issues, and moving into education or employment.

Nursing Standard. 32, 12, 31-31. doi: 10.7748/ns.32.12.31.s23

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