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St Mungo’s welcomes ‘clear ambition’ but calls for ‘long term focus and funding’
St Mungo’s has welcomed the Government’s progress update on the implementation of its Rough Sleeping Strategy
Punishing funding cuts leave people who have slept rough at risk of returning to the streets
Years of funding cuts have devastated crucial services which help vulnerable people including those who have been sleeping rough
St Mungo’s joins Mayor of London and partners to launch new rough sleeping campaign
St Mungo’s Recovery College tutor Stuart joined the Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, and others from the London Homeless Charities Group
St Anne’s Shelter in Bristol opens its doors to first guests
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
NHS Long Term Plan must address health inequalities for homeless people
Nurses, outreach workers and homeless health professionals have today joined forces to urge more spending on specialist health interventions
Hiding from harm: Women and rough sleeping
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 launches HomelessWise on World Homeless Day
St Mungo’s has today launched a new partnership to help businesses become HomelessWise
New rough sleeping strategy must mark a turning point in tackling rough sleeping
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
On my Own Two Feet: new research into why people return to rough sleeping
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 welcomes fall in London rough sleeping numbers
St Mungo’s has welcomed the 8% decrease in the number of people sleeping rough in London in 2017-18
Urgent action is required to prevent more people dying on the streets
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
Secretary of State visits St Mungo’s teams working to tackle homelessness
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.