Every day, our aim is to give homeless young people a future. Our long-term goal is to end youth homelessness by 2037.
Ever since Centrepoint was founded in a church basement in Soho, we’ve focused on improving the lives of homeless young people. Thanks to our amazing supporters, we’re now able to reach over 14,000 homeless young people each year.
Young people that come to Centrepoint are able to stay with us for up to two years. An amazing 88 per cent of these young people then move into their own homes, reconnect with their families, get their first jobs or go to university.
We provide 1,107 bed spaces for homeless young people.
We now operate 60 services providing support to young people across the UK.
We focus on areas of policy including housing, family and health.
At 35 weeks pregnant, Tamara became homeless. She was kicked out of the family home by her mother, due to a breakdown in her mental health. With support and a lot of determination, Tamara has turned her life around.
74 per cent of young people receiving support from Centrepoint’s Psychotherapy and Mental Health team reduce the severity of their symptoms.
78 per cent of Centrepoint residents who took Centrepoint Works training courses in 2018/19 finished with a qualification.
The first of its kind, our Helpline offers advice to anyone in England aged 16-25 who needs help with homelessness.
Centrepoint is the UK’s leading youth homelessness charity. We provide young people with accommodation, health support and life skills to get them back into education, training and employment.