A cash boost of £10m will go towards a decade-long plan to end youth homelessness in Wales.
First Minister Carwyn Jones announced the funding to support the Welsh Government's mission to end the country's youth homelessness by 2027.
The Welsh Government said it will work with local authorities, housing associations, homelessness agencies and the End Youth Homelessness Cymru Coalition, to help young people avoid crisis situations and support them into stable accommodation.
Earlier this year, ITV Wales spent time with rough sleepers in Cardiff.
During that time, everyone who presenter Andrea Byrne spoke to had their own individual story as to how and why they ended up living on the streets.
The coverage also provoked campaigner and actor Michael Sheen to call on the Welsh Government to do more to tackle the issue of homelessness in Wales.