Children and Young People’s Resettlement Fund

Department for Levelling Up, Housing and Communities written statement – made am ar 26 Chwefror 2024.

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Photo of Felicity Buchan Felicity Buchan Parliamentary Under Secretary of State (Department for Levelling Up, Housing and Communities)

I am pleased to announce eleven projects that have secured funding from the Children and Young People’s Resettlement Fund. This £2.5 million fund facilitates projects in England until March 2025 that support young people, aged 21 and under, on the Ukraine, Afghan and Hong Kong BN(O) pathways.

The fund aims to have a positive effect on the lives of children and young people on these pathways by addressing their specific needs and vulnerabilities, including mental health and trauma. The projects will provide support to enable children and young people to recover from traumatic experiences, displacement or resettlement and to integrate into society whilst retaining a connection to their culture.

Projects will be delivered during 2023/24 and 2024/25 and will contribute to our understanding of effective interventions for these young people.

Bids for a share of the funding were open to councils and voluntary organisations by application launched on 27 September 2023. From the 167 applications received, the following eleven organisations will be funded a total of £2.191m:





Beacon Family Services CIC


Bradford Foundation Trust


Catalyst Psychology Community Interest Company




Hong Kong Well UK


International Rescue Committee UK


PATH Yorkshire Ltd.,


St. Mary's Ukrainian School Limited


Stoke-on Trent and North Staffordshire Theatre Trust Limited (New Vic Theatre)


Wiltshire Council




Close to £290,000 will remain to fund projects commencing next financial year.

Funding will be allocated to the devolved administrations according to the Barnett formula.