Kealey Paul was found rough sleeping in Hammersmith & Fulham in July 2012. She was taken by the outreach team to the No Second Night Out Assessment Hub in West London. With the support of our staff team she was assisted to find accommodation in the form of a shared flat. While homeless, she found about The Prince’s Trust programme through an organisation called No Second Night Out.
She said: “I wanted to get into youth work but I didn’t know which route to take. As I’m dyslexic, I was a bit nervous coming to college, so I decided to enrol on the programme to overcome my worries and ease my way slowly into further education.” To read the full article pelase click here.