Homeless - Young people (18 - 25)

Other support

Employment support

  • Brent Start - an adult education college offering training to anyone who wants to learn new skills, get into employment, find a better job or improve their prospects in life. For some of their training courses there are concessions available to those on a low income. Visit the Brent Start pages
  • Brent Works - providing job and apprenticeship opportunities for local people, across a range of sectors, including construction. View more information on Brent works
  • Prince’s Trust - works with disadvantaged young people aged 11-30. They provide training, personal development opportunities and grants to help young people to get into work, education, self-employment or training. Visit the Prince's Trust website

Other support

  • Support for LGBT: Galop - works with young people 25 years old or younger who live in London. If you are homeless, or at risk of homelessness, and identify as LGBT this service is designed for you. They consider a person to be homeless if they are in unsafe or unstable accommodation, including sleeping on the streets, couch surfing, or living in an abusive household. Visit the Galop website
  • Muslim Youth Helpline (MYH) - a free and confidential counselling service available nationally via the telephone, email, internet and a face to face befriending service in the Greater London area. It is a service which is faith and culturally sensitive. Visit the Muslim youth helpline website 
  • Relate - offers relationship counselling and mediation from various locations around London. They charge £65 for an initial Counselling consultation. After this, the cost of ongoing sessions is agreed between you and your Counsellor according to your income. Visit the Relate website