Homeless Crisis

2nd June 2000 at 01:00
One in four rough sleepers is aged between 18 and 25. The national homeless charity Crisis has launched an education pack for 13 to 16 year olds designed to prevent them from drifting into the homelessness trap. Changing Lives offers practical activities to explore what homelessness means and why people becme homeless. Teachers can obtain a free copy of the pack and details of the Crisis Revisathon Challenge, where pupils raisemoney for Crisis through sponsored revision, on 020 7655 8355 ore-mail maggie.stevenson@crisis.org.uk. The pack is pound;10 tonon-teachers, who can obtain a copy on 020 7655 8300.


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