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Homeless?

Parents are legally responsible for teenagers until they are 18.

There is plenty of support to help youngpeoplestay at home or to return home if you become homeless before you are 18. On the other hand there is also help if it is really unsafe to be at home.

If you are homeless or threatened with homelessness you should contactThe Customer Service Centre, within Cambridgeshire County Council.

This is the point of contact for all safeguarding concerns regarding children and young people. It enables contacts to be filtered to the relevant service quickly and efficiently.

Please contact

referralcentre.children@cambridgeshire.gov.uk or telephone:0345 045 5203(office hours) 01733 234 724(out of hours) if you are at risk.

Theywilltalk to you to find out more about your situation. If it will not put you at risk, they will also ask your permission to contact your parents to find out more about what is happening and whether there is anything that can be done to support you returning home. They canalsoput you in touch withservices such as Family Mediation. The possibility of staying with relatives will also be discussed with you.

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