MP Nadhim Zahawi heard about work being done by charities in Stratford to help young people.
Mr Zahawi recently visited Tyler House to meet Stratford Samaritans’ Community Hub new residents – Lifespace and St Basils.
The two charities moved into the Tyler Street hub over the summer and join Stratford Samaritans as permanent residents.
LIfespace trust provides mentoring and support for young people, while St Basils supports those aged 16 to 25 who are homeless or at risk of homelessness.
Hub Manager Rachel Key said: “Tyler House has been home to youth services for more than 60 years and Stratford Samaritans is delighted to have been joined by two charities that transform the lives of the young people they work with.
“Working with Hub Partners, we can improve access to the emotional and practical support the town’s younger residents need to build brighter futures.”