People are being asked for their views on tackling homelessness and rough sleeping in Brighton and Hove as part of a new strategy.Read the full story ›
Dr Sabrina Cohen-Hatton faced extreme poverty after the death of her father. She slept rough in her home town as a teenager.Read the full story ›
A homeless charity in Reading needs more volunteers to help expand its services.Read the full story ›
Brighton Council says the homeless situation in the city is still in crisis but that its policies 'are working'.Read the full story ›
Scouts and cubs are taking part in sleep-out tonight to raise awareness of rough sleeping and fundraise for a homeless charity.Read the full story ›
Step-By-Step is hoping to end homelessness in Surrey and Hampshire by pairing 16-25-year-olds with a host family along with 24/7 support.Read the full story ›
The Government has announced they've earmarked £100m to help cope with the rising tide of homelessness.Read the full story ›
Young people at risk of homelessness are being given support to live independently, thanks to the children's charity, Barnardo's.Read the full story ›
Windsor council leader, Simon Dudley, survived a vote of no confidence last week following his controversial comments about the homeless.Read the full story ›
The boss of a Kent charity says homelessness levels in the county have reached 'frightening levels' as people struggle to afford housing.
Figures show a steep rise in rough sleepers in the last year alone.
In Kent, in the year to March 2016, 509 people were classed as homeless. 78 of them were under 25.
The following year that had risen to 707 a rise of 38% - with 134 of them under 25.
A new report says the problem of homelessness is particularly bad in rural areas.
Sarah Saunders spoke to former homeless man Alan, Mike Barrett of the charity Porchlight and homeless people at the Catching Lives centre in Canterbury and Charlotte Snelling of the Institute for Public Policy Research.