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St Mungo’s says Home Office’s immigration policy will cause ‘fear’ and ‘mistrust’.
St Mungo’s has announced it is to partner with property developer Stanhope with donations being used to support the organisations Recovery College.
St Mungo’s responds to Housing Committee report examining Government’s efforts to protect renters and people experiencing homelessness during the pandemic.
St Mungo’s has praised the success of a new Hackney and City of London Housing First initiative to help people with long-term histories of homelessness and poor health.
St Mungo’s welcomes formation of new Commission on Rough Sleeping and Homelessness as a ‘watershed moment’.
St Mungo’s welcomes the news that the next phase of funding for the Government’s scheme to provide homes for people who had been sleeping rough will cover the next three years.
St Mungo’s responds to New Public Accounts Committee report that highlights continuing positive impact of ‘Everyone In’ but also shows ‘urgent’ need for a long-term strategy to end rough sleeping.
St Mungo’s responds to the 2021 Budget announced by The Chancellor Rishi Sunak on 3 March.
St Mungo’s responds as Government publish latest snapshot Rough Sleeping Statistics.
St Mungo’s supports call for Government to significantly expand ‘Housing First’ accommodation schemes.
St Mungo’s reacts to new rough sleeping data that shows continuing positive effect of ‘Everyone In’ but also contains ‘concerning warning signs’ of problems ahead.
St Mungo’s publishes new research examining health and homelessness during the pandemic, and calls on Government to adopt a new approach.