£100 needed for a wardrobe
From York - 27 years old.
S has autism and has been homeless. He has been through a resettlement programme and recently moved into a council flat. He has two children and is living on benefits. He has not been able to buy a wardrobe and struggles with cognitive difficulties, which means he is fixed on maintaining a very high standard of tidiness. A wardrobe would enable him to put clothes away and make the environment more restful for him.