Interview: How do you move on from your experience of homelessness? 

Illustration shows two young people sitting on a bench at night time; one holds a sign that reads: "I was told that I was stupid." The other holds a sign that reads: "I was told that i was never going to get anywhere in life."

Next Steps

  • The Albert Kennedy Trust supports LGBT people aged 16-25-years-old who are homeless or living in a hostile environment. AKT has offices in London (call on 020 7831 6562), Manchester (0161 228 3308) and Newcastle (0191 281 0099).
  • Shelter offers advice on all housing issues. Get advice here or by calling their housing helpline 0808 800 4444. If you're in Scotland, use
  • Crisis helps single homeless people, aiming to break the cycle of homelessness.
  • If you're under 25 and would like free confidential telephone counselling from The Mix to help you figure things out complete this form and we'll call you to arrange your first session.
  • Chat about this subject on our Discussion Boards.
  • Need help but confused where to go locally? Download our StepFinder iPhone app to find local support services quickly.


Updated on 29-Jan-2020

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