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Alcohol

People drink alcohol for all sorts of reasons. Many people enjoy alcohol and most of the time it is not a problem, but drinking heavily can damage your health, especially if you’re a young person. Besides damaging the liver, heart and brain, heavy drinking can…

Emergency accommodation

If you are under 16, Social Services have a duty to provide emergency accommodation for you. This may be with a family or in a hostel, B&B or similar. The local councils have a duty to help with emergency accommodation for over 16s – the…

Buying your home

Buying a home is probably the biggest purchase you'll make in your life, so get as much advice as you can. Check out the local papers and sign up with local estate agents. This is free and they will send you details of properties that…

Housing benefits

Depending on your income, you may be able to get help with your rent and/or council tax payments. Read all about housing benefits in the links below. No Limits Xtra is a specialist No Limits team who can help you with debt advice, access to…

Housing while studying away

Going away to college or university means you'll have to find somewhere to live whilst you're there. Your best bet is to contact Student Services or the Student Union at the college or university where you'll be studying. They will be able to tell you…

Volunteering and personal development

Whatever you're in to, there's a fun and interesting volunteering opportunity for you. Volunteering is so much more than doing something in your spare time for free. You will: Meet new people Gain work experience Build on your strengths and develop new skills Become more…

Homelessness support

Being homeless or being threatened with homelessness is a really scary thing. It could be that you've been kicked out of home, or you're at risk of violence, or that your parents have left the country, or that you can no longer stay in the…

Working in Childcare - Information for school leavers

Everyone's aware of teaching as a career for people who want to work with children, but there are lots of other opportunities for both men and women.  What about working in nurseries, pre-schools or out of school clubs? There are clear career paths in these…

Testicular cancer

Testicular cancer is often put in the back of all our minds. And although it is rare, 2000 men on average are diagnosed every year in the UK. Ages range from 15 to 45. This article points out the symptoms we all should be looking…

Relationships at home

Having relationships with your family can provide you with support and guidance throughout life. However sometimes in life, relationships with your family members can get difficult. This can make it awkward to talk to them about things. Remember, there are no 'perfect' families, but some…
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