Brighton NSNO

No Second Night Out (NSNO) aims to limit the amount of time anyone has to spend sleeping on the streets. St Mungo’s was at the forefront of developing the approach and has more than 10 years’ experience running NSNO services.

St Mungo’s was chosen to work in partnership with Brighton & Hove Council to deliver the NSNO service for people who are experiencing street homelessness in the area. We have been operating NSNO in Brighton since 1 October 2021.

Service update 8 November 2022:

Our No Second Night Out (NSNO) service will be moving in to Hyman Fine House, Kemptown this November 2022.

We warmly welcome neighbours, local businesses and other members of the community to join us at our meet and greet on Thursday 24 November 2022, which is a drop-in any time between 5pm -7pm to find out more about our service and meet the team.

Further information can be found in the FAQ document, downloadable at the bottom of this page.

If you need to contact the team, please email or contact us on the 24 hour duty number on 07763 869551.

Paul's story

After losing his job and going through a relationship breakdown, Paul found himself living on the streets. In October 2021, he was offered a place in a St Mungo’s NSNO hostel in Brighton.

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