It’s understood that the cost of living is heavily contributing to people needing to end their hosting earlier than planned.
To tackle this, politicians have said they will increase the £350 monthly payments given to host families to £500 after they have hosted for more than a year.
Councils will also be given money to help stop homelessness among Ukrainian refugees, and to find more homes.
Some councils, like Dorset, Somerset County and Camden in London, have independently increased payments to host families in their constituencies.
Camden's Councillor, Cllr Georgia Gold, has said they’ve increased the overall payment to £550 a month.
She’s calling for a long-term response from the government and a wider funding commitment to support councils and communities as the war continues.