We have put together this to guide you through the steps you should take as soon as you experience anything distressing from a housemate or landlord.
We’ve put this article together to inform you of your rights and options as a pet owner with a housing problem.
Coming out, or being outed as LGBTQ+, can lead to young people being made homeless. 24% of young people experiencing homelessness identify as being LGBTQ+.
At akt, we understand that viewing and signing for a new tenancy can be both exciting and nerve-racking. In this guide, we have included a few tips and important steps to think about in preparation for your new home.
We understand that moving home can be both exciting and stressful. We have put together this guide to talk you through the things you need to know once you have moved in to your new home.
Young LGBTQ+ people who are homeless are often faced with many challenges in securing housing or accommodation which meets their needs. We work with many young people who have disabilities, and we aim to provide support and advice to those young people in searching for and securing housing which is safe and accessible.
This resource will tell you more about the benefits you may be eligible for and how to claim them.
Leave university with a plan so you feel safe and excited for the next chapter of your life.
In july 2021 the domestic abuse act was introduced, making it easier for people experiencing domestic abuse to get support from councils to leave an abusive environment.
You can still apply for benefits such as Universal Credit and PIP even if you're homeless, in this resource we will explain how.
LGBTQ+ young people are at greater risk while homeless than homeless people who are not LGBTQ+