Young people and housing

The Young People's Support Foundation

Young person Looking up: the task force gives you expert advice about your housing choices
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Are you aged 14 to 25 and in need of somewhere to live?

The Young People's Support Foundation (YPSF) helps young people in Manchester to live independently. If you're homeless, worried about being homeless, or just need some impartial advice on what you can do next, they can help.

Advice & support

YPSF provide advice and support to all young people, no matter where you are from or what your background is. They won't turn you away if you have a history of offending, if you have problems with substance abuse, or if are worried that you are not entitled to help and support whatever the reason may be.

They're completely impartial and will never judge you. If they can't help you, they will help you to find the support you need.


YPSF offer free and confidential help. For more info, call the City Centre Project on 0161 228 7654.

Find out more at the Young People's Task Force website.

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