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St Mungo’s outreach and emergency hub staff have supported almost 250 vulnerable people off the streets of London and from emergency hubs into individual hotel rooms in the capital over the past few days.
Our focus – as always – is on the safety and welfare of our clients, including people who are homeless and people living on the streets
Funding for vital homelessness services is still short by £1bn per year according to the latest Local Authority Spending on Homelessness report
St Mungo’s held its annual reception in parliament yesterday attended by more than 60 MPs and Peers
Three new buildings are now open in Lewisham, south London, designed with and for people who have been rough sleeping in the capital
Our number one priority is the safety and wellbeing of staff and clients
St Mungo’s is calling on the next government to guarantee the funding homelessness services need
Chief Executive Howard Sinclair to move on in autumn 2020 after five years with the charity, and 18 years in the homelessness sector.
St Mungo’s has made public an internal review into information sharing practices with the Home Office between 2010 and 2017.
Latest figures show that 2,069 people were seen newly rough sleeping on London’s streets between July and September 2019
The latest national figure showing that 726 people died whilst sleeping rough or in emergency accommodation in 2018 is a “national tragedy”