Do you know the secret to future health and happiness?

Follow two siblings on their journey towards adulthood and find out why rewarding work, a good home and positive relationships are the building blocks for a healthy future.

The Young people’s future health inquiry is exploring what 12–24 year olds need now, and how your work can make a difference.

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Young people's future health inquiry

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Our Young people’s future health inquiry is a first-of-its-kind research and engagement project that...

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A place to grow

December 2018
Learning report

The second report from the Young people’s future health inquiry, exploring site visits with young...

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Health Foundation response to the end of the £20 universal credit uplift.

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What will the end of the Universal Credit uplift mean for areas of poor health?

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The end of the £20 increase to Universal Credit and Working Tax Credit in October 2021 has the...

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