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Our Autumn edition of Frontline is your chance to see the difference you make. We look at how you empower people along their journey to recovery. We caught up with Yasi, John and Claire who were featured in previous editions of Frontline to find out what they are up to.
In this edition we focus on mental health and rough sleeping. Have a look at how your support helps people improve their mental health and rebuild their lives.
In this edition we share the difference that our community of supporters makes to the lives of homeless men and women.
In the last year alone we worked with 5,700 people sleeping rough or at risk of homelessness. In this issue you can read more about our name, our history and our commitment to end rough sleeping.
Our Autumn edition of Frontline focused on the importance of homeless health. Within the magazine, Gary shares his story of hopelessness, hope and a bright future and our Care Home opens its doors to celebrate National Care Home Open Day.
In our June edition we caught up with some of the clients featured in earlier editions of Frontline to find out how they are getting along. We also celebrate our 11th Client Festival and show how our corporate partnership with Jo Malone London is changing the lives of homeless people in Bristol through our Putting Down Roots project.
This Winter edition of Frontline was our Youth Special. Have a look at some of the services we offer for our younger clients, or take a moment to read our client Yasi's moving letter to her younger self.
Our Christmas Frontline 2014 issue features an introduction to our health campaign as well as an overview of some of the outreach services we offer.
Frontline Autumn 2014 our housing edition of Frontline. Read more about the housing and personalised support we offer, which allows us to provide more than a roof.
Frontline June 2014 More about our Reading Matters campaign on the importance of better skills provision for homeless people.
Winter Frontline 2014 includes some more about the St Mungo's Broadway merge, our work to improve hospital aftercare for homeless people and an update on our Rebuilding Shattered Lives Campaign.
Christmas Frontline 2013 includes more about how we're reaching out to rough sleepers and an interview with Charles Fraser on his 30 years at St Mungo's.
Introducing our pioneering Residential College, Esther's journey to work and an update on our Action Week Campaigns Frontline Autumn 2013
Our No More campaign for Action Week 2013, highlighting the alarming rise in rough sleeping and how it can be stopped. Read our supporter newsletter online Action Week Frontline - June 2013
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