Homelessness means not having a home. Even if you have a roof over your head, you can still be homeless. This is because you may not have any rights to stay where you live or your home might be unsuitable for you.

You could become homeless for many different reasons. These include: Being evicted by your landlord fleeing violence or harrassment Health problems Relationship problems a disaster such as fire or flooding One of the most basic human rights is for somewhere safe and stable to live, yet homelessness continues to be one of the worst social problems in Britain today


  • help find housing
  • shelter
  • support and benefit