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Somewhere Safe to Stay (SSTS) will provide a safe emergency space away from the street that is open and staffed 24 hours a day, seven days a week, for people at imminent risk of rough sleeping in Bristol.
The country’s biggest housebuilder Barratt Developments has launched a new partnership with St Mungo’s, beginning with a £60,000 donation to St Mungo’s social lettings service Real Lettings.
21,300 people sign St Mungo’s open letter to Secretary of State James Brokenshire to ensure everyone has a #homeforgood
A Sun newspaper story (1 Feb) refers to St Mungo’s in relation to an agency called Reliable Care
Howard Sinclair, Chief Executive of St Mungo’s, has been awarded an OBE in the New Year Honours list
The ONS has released data for the first time which showed that almost 600 people died while homeless in the last year
St Mungo’s has welcomed a Labour Party pledge to provide emergency shelter across the nation for every person sleeping rough during cold weather.
St Mungo’s has welcomed the Government’s progress update on the implementation of its Rough Sleeping Strategy
Years of funding cuts have devastated crucial services which help vulnerable people including those who have been sleeping rough
St Mungo’s Recovery College tutor Stuart joined the Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, and others from the London Homeless Charities Group
The first ever 24-hour shelter in the city opened its doors this week and will reduce the numbers of people rough sleeping on our streets this winter
Nurses, outreach workers and homeless health professionals have today joined forces to urge more spending on specialist health interventions