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We interviewed Karen, one of our practitioners working with young girls that go missing, to find out more about the issues that young people face and why she is proud to work with us
Only 1 in 3 of UK’s poorest children are benefitting from the government’s Warm Home Discount, leaving as many as 2.6 million children out in the cold, new analysis from The Children’s Society has found.
An introduction to how we conduct our local well-being consultations
A new National Missing Persons Register is : a step closer towards a safer response for missing children
Our guest blogger this week shares her troubling experience with debt and looks at how a breathing space could have alleviated the devastating impact it had on her life
A guest post from Josh, the child of an alcoholic and author of awareness-raising blog COAisathing. Here he shares his experiences, his thoughts and his hopes.
Melissa, a young carer and guest blogger, shares her experience with debt and the effect it has on her mental health
This week we’re putting the spotlight on Pause, one of our drop-in mental health services, that supports thousands of young people in Birmingham
Our Debt Trap campaign is calling on the Government to create a breathing space scheme to help vulnerable families in debt - you can help
Microsoft’s new translator app helps ease the language barrier facing vulnerable young migrant and refugee children in our services