Kids Under Cover is a not-for-profit organisation dedicated to preventing youth homelessness.
We offer young people the unique combination of supported housing options with scholarships
Kids Under Cover supports vulnerable young people at risk of homelessness by building studios
There are many ways to get involved and help at-risk young people and their families.
The instability of no-fixed-address can fuel an anxiety that at times makes school, friendships and everyday tasks feel like a burden too heavy to bear.
One of the two inaugural recipients of the Sarah Davies Empowering Women scholarships says she’s grateful she can focus on what’s most important to her.
Two young mothers explain the importance of developing independence while remaining connected to the family home.
It’s the less service driven lessons learned at Village 21 that best prepare young people during their transition to independent living.
When Sue and her partner Ian took on the care of Sue’s five grandchildren, the overcrowding created a stressful environment that was tearing their family
Pete Zwiers is Kids Under Cover’s Head of Programs. His focus is on implementing our Studio and Scholarships Programs and expanding our programs to support
Lidia and her family have received our first Kids Under Cover studio in South Australia, as part of our interstate expansion pilot. She shares her
After almost 19 wonderful years at Kids Under Cover I am stepping down as CEO in December 2021. I am incredibly proud of how together
New research undertaken by Dr Paul Stolz of Swinburne University of Technology has investigated the long-term impact of Kids Under Cover’s Studio Program on young
The heart of Australia is calling you to Hike for Youth Homelessness. Are you in? There are only five spots left! On this incredible adventure,
Additional funding from the Victorian Government will support the rehabilitation of young people transitioning out of youth justice. The Victorian Government have today announced a
August 1-7 marks Homelessness Week 2021. The week raises awareness of the homelessness crisis in Australia and the actions needed to end homelessness. The theme