If living at home with your parents is a problem, there may be steps you can take to improve things. Find out what to do if you don't feel safe at home
Leaving home is a big step for a young person. Making preparations before you move out will make things easier, especially if you have to leave in a hurry.
You may not always see eye to eye with your parents if you're living at home. Mediation could help if you're a young person having problems at home.
There are a number of reasons why you may want to leave home, but getting help while you're still at home is usually a better option than running away.
If you're a young person you may be able to find a place to live through a local lodgings scheme. See how lodging schemes work and if they can help you.
If you're aged 16 to 25 and homeless, a foyer could help you with a place to stay, plus education and training, for 6 months to 2 years
Most young people will find themselves living in shared houses or flats. There are a number of things you should think about to avoid problems.
Before moving out and getting your own place, it's important to work out a budget, check if you can get help with housing costs and avoid rent arrears
Renting for the first time? Our top tips will help you choose a new home, and to understand your rights and responsibilities there
If you're a young parent trying to find a place to live, you may be able to get financial help. You may also be able to receive help from the council.