Life events

Perhaps you have caring responsibilities, or are going through a change in your circumstances – like losing your job, or the death of a loved one.

Homelessness & home at risk


The UK's leading youth homelessness charity. (Opens in new window)


The national charity for people experiencing homelessness. (Opens in new window)

Domestic Abuse

Mankind Initiative

Helping men escape domestic abuse. (Opens in new window)

National Centre for Domestic Violence

Free, fast and practical support to survivors of domestic abuse. (Opens in new window)

Women's Aid

Advice and support for women dealing with domestic abuse. (Opens in new window)


The largest specialist domestic abuse organisation in the UK. (Opens in new window)

Domestic violence via

Find out how to get help if you or someone you know is a victim of domestic abuse. (Opens in new window)

Refugees & asylum seekers

Red Cross

Help for anyone, anywhere around the world to get the support they need if crisis strikes. (Opens in new window)

Refugee Action

Help for survivors and refugees. (Opens in new window)

Refugee Council

Help for refugees and those seeking asylum in the UK. (Opens in new window)

Bereavement support

Child Bereavement UK

Help for families to rebuild their lives when a child grieves or when a child dies. (Opens in new window)


Help for people during one of the most painful times in life – with bereavement support, information and campaigning. (Opens in new window)

Grief Encounter

Supporting bereaved children & young people. (Opens in new window)


Works to save babies’ lives and supports anyone affected by pregnancy loss or the death of a baby. (Opens in new window)

Widowed and Young

Help to navigate life after loss. (Opens in new window)

Relationship breakdown


Fighting for single parents and their children. (Opens in new window)

Leaving care


The national charity for children in care and young people leaving care. (Opens in new window)

Care Leavers Association

Aims to improve the lives of care leavers and change society’s perception of people in care. (Opens in new window)

Other areas of support

Personal health

Financial health

Financial skills