Homelessness Prevention: Building Better Bonds for Families

Friday 16th December 2022, 12:00 UK Time
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Back in 2018, the Homelessness Reduction Act came into force. Under this legislation, local authorities and other government bodies now have a legally-binding duty to provide a wider range of services and protocols, including information and advice, to people at risk of homelessness.

And, since then, UK Mediation has noticed a dramatic rise in the number of organisations wanting to implement mediation as a way to prevent homelessness.

Particularly when it comes to young people, mediation proves to be especially useful in resolving the kinds of family conflict that could lead to an individual running away from home, or from being kicked out by parents or guardians.

As is our yearly tradition around Christmas time, Dr Mike Talbot presents this webinar on how mediation can be used in this life-changing way.

At a glance...

  • Free 45-minute webinar
  • Interactive presentation and Q+A
  • Booking required (see below)

Who should attend?

  • Homelessness officers
  • Tenancy officers
  • Social workers
  • Anyone who works with those at risk of homelessness

Watch a previous webinar

To give you an idea of what to expect on the webinar, here’s a recording from a previous one on the subject of 'Becoming a Workplace Mediator'.

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