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Young lgbtq+ people at risk of homelessness in Manchester UK

akt wants to remodel its Manchester services to provide a housing service for lgbtq+ young people in the city who are homeless, at risk of homelessness or living in a hostile environment. Building on akt's 29 years of knowledge of Manchester, akt wants work with partners and young people to develop a new service that provides a short-term, safe place for young LGBTQ people to live in whilst AKT works with them to get back on their feet.
Manchester, United Kingdom
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How we're creating Positive change

4 Steps for change
Step 1

Raise funds for an akt Manchester Purple Door Project Manager

Step 2

Appoint a Manchester Purple Door Project Manager

Step 3

Work with local partners to research and build a model of housing, based on akt's successful Purple Door house in London.

Step 4

Open a residential housing service, which will house up to four young people at any one time.

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