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New St Mungo’s research reveals evidence that rough sleeping numbers are almost certainly being undercounted and that women are more likely to be missed
St Mungo’s has today launched a new partnership to help businesses become HomelessWise
St Mungo’s has welcomed the Government’s new rough sleeping strategy as a potential “turning point” in meeting its manifesto pledge to end rough sleeping by 2027
St Mungo’s new peer led research outlines reasons why some people can find themselves sleeping rough after time away the streets
St Mungo’s has welcomed the 8% decrease in the number of people sleeping rough in London in 2017-18
New research released today from St Mungo’s reveals a dramatic increase in the proportion of people sleeping rough who have died with mental health support needs from 2010 to 2017
The Rt Hon James Brokenshire MP, Secretary of State for Housing, Communities and Local Government, met with St Mungo’s clients and staff today at the charity’s No Second Night Out (NSNO) assessment hub and its Hope Gardens hostel in West London.
St Mungo’s responds to the article reported in the Guardian about a complaint made to the Charities Commission and the Information Commissioners Office about how we work with Non-UK rough sleepers.
St Mungo’s has welcomed the Government’s announcement about a new initiative to help people sleeping rough, especially for those needing mental health support