Many of the young people we support became homeless because they could no longer stay in their family home – sometimes because of difficulties with relationships and sometimes because it isn’t safe for them to stay at home any more.

If you are experiencing violence, abuse or threatening behaviour at home, it is really important that you seek support to find alternative accommodation. If you’re in Wales and are at risk of becoming homeless in the next 56 days, your local authority has a duty to find you alternative accommodation, particularly if it is not safe for you to stay at home.

If you are experiencing difficulties in your relationship with other people at home, Family Mediation could be a good option for you. Llamau’s Family Mediation is very successful at helping to resolve issues between young people and their families, and could support you to continue living at home. You can get in touch with our Family Mediation services using the following details:

In Cardiff - 029 2087 3570

In Vale of Glamorgan - 01446 748852

In Newport - 07966 561530

In RCT - 01443 495188

In Caerphilly - 01443 873548

In Merthyr Tydfil - 01685 725254

In Monmouthshire - 07966 981083

In Torfaen - 01633 647547

In Bridgend - 01656 663450

In Neath Port Talbot - 01639 685219

If you are under 18 and are being asked to leave home or are experiencing violence, abuse or threats at home, you should contact Children’s Services at your local council. If you’re at school or college, you should speak to a teacher or trusted adult who can support you or help you with contacting your local authority.

You can also get confidential free support from ChildLine on 0800 1111 and at www.childline.org.uk