There are loads of types of support out there whenever you need it, but also many people to turn to like Social Workers, Family Members, Connections Online, Local Council plus many more!
Here are some links of where you can receive support…
https://www.gov.uk/- Connections is now through the GOV.UK website still provides the same kind of support but without drop-ins. You can get help with everything including, Work and your Career, Health & Relationships, Housing and Money. Click on the link to be redirected to the website.
http://los.dwp.gov.uk/default.aspx?type=1&AspxAutoDetectCookieSupport=1 – The Job Centre is useful in many ways, finding out your National Insurance Number or making an enquiry into the benefits you think you maybe entitled too but also finding a job. Click on the link and enter your full postcode then it will provide you with the contact details of your local centre.
http://www.familymosaic.co.uk/ – Family Mosaic provides support for thousands of people like myself providing accommodation where needed including Homeless Hostels, Care Leavers and Young people wanting to live on their own.
http://england.shelter.org.uk/ – Shelter provides help and support for people becoming homeless or are already homeless. Click on the link for more information about Shelter.
http://www.swan.org.uk/swan_services/supported_housing/ – Swan housing provides help and support for people who need it the most. Like Family Mosaic they also have schemes with flats to support young Care Leavers and Young people living away from home.
http://local.direct.gov.uk/LDGRedirect/Start.do?mode=1 – To find your local Council to see what support you are entitled too but also to make claims such as Housing Benefit or to enquire about Council tax. Click on the link to find out where your local council offices are by typing in your Postcode or Town.
http://www.voa.gov.uk/cti/InitS.asp?lcn=0 - Check to see if you are on the right Council Tax banding, this could justify your payments to your local council!