The SCCR are saying 5000 No More to the nearly 5000 young people that become homeless every year due to problems at home escalating and them leaving home. Help us to raise awareness of the effects of family arguments and fall outs and support families going through difficult times.

Why should we #StopTalkListen?

Take a photo of what you argue or fall out about, and share your top tips for resolving arguments and improving relationships.

Share with us on or Instagram using the hashtag #StopTalkListen.

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