I first came across Callum last May when I was living in Percival Terrace, which is unsupported emergency accomodation, I remember seeing him outside with residents who were not the type he should’ve been hanging around with.
After hearing Joey’s story I simply had to help, he was in foster care from 2 years old, due to a difficult start to his life, essentially neglected! – Having spent his whole childhood in foster care, Joey as teenager was left to fend for himself, in and out of leaving care placements Joey, like many other previously looked after children got into crime and difficulty, some of which he describes as bad treatment from staff.
Today I live day by day, I am now living in Temporary Accommodation and fight daily to improve peoples lives, I am not fully recovered, but I am educated and I can tell you now that the only solution for a better future is for people like you reading this blog post now to stand up, speak out and help to chance our society.
Are you a care leaver currently living in emergency and supported accommodation in Brighton and Hove? If so I want to help you. Find out more!
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