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  • All for you

    Explore the support services we have available for 18–25-year-olds.

Support for young people

Benefit from help and support settling into your new home, money advice, digital skills training and find out about employment opportunities.

Help with your home

The Mix

The Mix offers 24/7 support, including a confidential helpline, referrals for counselling support and online forums. The Mix also runs Home Truths: an online virtual house you can explore to learn about living independently.

YouMatter

YouMatter is a programme for young people aged 18-25, looking at key aspects of life:

  • Housing Matters: tenancy, rights and responsibilities
  • Money Matters: money management and budgeting
  • Future Matters: CV writing workshops
  • Life Matters: relationships, domestic abuse and mental health.

To find out if YouMatter is available in your area, contact our team or call us on 0300 100 0303.

Help with your money

Problems paying rent

If you’re having difficulties paying your rent, speak to your Income Officer. They can help you get back on track and get you help from a Welfare Benefits Advisor.

How to save money

As a resident, you are eligible to join the Leeds Credit Union. Whether you need to borrow money for an emergency or want to put cash aside for something special, Leeds Credit Union is more flexible than the high street banks and far cheaper than a payday loan provider.

Managing your money

If you need help managing your budget, making your money go further, or understanding financial products, the Clarion Futures Money team can help.


Money

Savings and loans

We have partnered with Leeds Credit Union to help residents access affordable ways of borrowing money and saving.



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Free debt advice

If you are struggling and falling into debt, our team can provide support through free debt advice.

Help with jobs, skills and training

Careers help and job opportunities

If you need help finding a job, or aren’t sure what you want to do as a career, our Clarion Futures team offers guidance, CV workshops and an employment and training service working with organisations as varied as the NHS, Pret a Manger, Primark and Toni & Guy. Find out about the variety of paths into work through Love London Working.

Find an apprenticeship

An apprenticeship can be the starting point for an amazing career. We can help you find apprenticeships in rewarding careers such as project management, marketing, construction and IT.

Apprenticeships

Our dedicated apprenticeships team provide employment and training support across over 100 industry sectors.


Love London Working

Love London Working is a training and employment programme to help unemployed people over the age of 16 into work or to start their own business.

Work grants

Work grants are paid to support unemployed people to better access either work placements or paid employment that has already been secured.

Get online and stay connected

Improve your digital skills

Boost your employability through free digital skills courses. You can even borrow equipment, such as laptops and tablets, to support your learning.

Become a Digital Champion

Are you tech savvy and do you have some free time to help your local community? If so become a Digital Champion and help someone else become confident in using digital services.

Digital skills training

We offer a comprehensive digital skills training service to help customers get and stay online.



Digital Champions

Learn more about how to become a Digital Champion and help others in your community get online.



Digital grants

Grants of between £1,000 and £5,000 are available for charities and community organisations to support Clarion Housing customers of all ages to get and stay online.

All about getting involved

As a Clarion Housing resident, there are lots of ways you can get involved in community life, from volunteering as a national ambassador to taking a dance class at your local community centre.


National Ambassadors

If you are interested in having more of a say about how our services work for you, why not become a National Ambassador?





Community Ambassadors

We run a Community Ambassador Programme, which are teams of young people who run events, social action projects and consultation activities in their communities. Why not find out if there is a project near you?


Youth Voice

Clarion Voice is a dedicated website for you to share your views and talk to other residents across the country. You are also welcome to have your say and get involved in a number of other ways from attending meetings, consultations and focus groups.