At Step by Step we passionately believe in supporting local young people who are going through hard times. We take a unique step by step approach, providing accommodation, personal development opportunities, and specialist support services. Our approach helps young people to identify and fulfil their aspirations.
Excellence in all we do. Teamwork through successful collaborations and partnerships. Honesty and openness. Ownership of our work, words, and actions. Strength by building courage and resilience.
It is our vision for every young person facing adversity, including homelessness, to realise their aspirations and reach their full potential.
1 in 100 young people are now expected to experience homelessness, but only 1 in 5 local authorities offer advocacy to support young people.
Unemployment rates are three times higher for 16-25 year olds when compared with the rest of the UK population.
Half of all mental health problems have been established by the age of 14, rising to 75% by age 24.
could provide a social activity for one young person.
could cover the cost of registering a young person to learn through AQA.
enables us to accommodate a young person for one night.
could provide a young person with a specialist counselling session.
could provide accommodation and access to our full range of support to a young person for one week.
Esme's StoryWhen she was just 13 years old, Esme moved to the UK to live with her mum. Tragically, her mum passed away only a week later. Read more
John's StoryJohn moved into our Dorset Foyer accommodation following a family breakdown. He has high-functioning autism. His communication difficulties meant that he initially struggled to engage with staff at even the most basic level. Read more
Mia's StoryMia had always had a difficult relationship with her mum. From the age of 13, she was regularly being kicked out of home and finding herself sofa surfing, moving from one friend to another and with no stability in her life. Read more
Karen's StoryWhen Karen’s relationship with her partner broke down, she was unable to return home to her mum due to ongoing problems, and so found herself with nowhere to go. We gave her an emergency bed at our Krystal House foyer. Read more
James' StoryJames is an incredible success story and one that has its roots in the time he came to Step by Step ten years ago... Read more
YOUNG PEOPLE reached through Peer Education and Community Presentations.
YOUNG PEOPLE directly supported through Step by Step's Services.
EDUCATION OR EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES were accessed over the course of the year.
FREE COUNSELLING SESSIONS were delivered to young people last year.
Legacy of the Emma Campbell Trust
The Emma Campbell Trust have supported Step by Step for five years, championing the Training & Development Work we provide to young people living in our Aldershot Foyer. Their final donation to us is a legacy we are truly thankful for.
Step by Step Joins #5WeeksTooLong Campaign
Step by Step has joined The Trussell Trust’s Five Weeks Too Long campaign as we believe the delay in receiving Universal Credit payments is contributing to hardship and homelessness.
Sleep Out at EBB Stadium
Over 170 people joined our 8th annual Sleep Out Challenge to help improve the lives of vulnerable young people. Join us to make this year's Sleep Out the biggest one yet!
10K Sponsored Walk at Devil's Punch Bowl
Join our 10K charity walk at the Devil's Punch Bowl in Surrey and get sponsored to help young people facing homelessness. Takes place on Sunday 17th May 2020.