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17 Aug 2012

Government Commits Extra £3.5 million to No Second Night Out Initiative Nationwide

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A new report today sets out a cross-Government approach to ensuring that anyone at risk of homelessness gets help at the earliest possible stage to prevent them from losing their home.

The Making Every Contact Count report details clear commitments from Government to stop the slide towards homelessness in its tracks and ensure that this country’s strong safety net of support for those without a roof over their head remains an absolute last resort.

Alongside this Housing Minister Grant Shapps reaffirmed ongoing efforts to ensure no-one has to spend more than one night on the streets, with a further £3.5 million for more homelessness help and to roll out the No Second Night Out initiative across the country.

The above extract has been taken from the Communities and Local Government website. To read the full article please click here.

Please note this means that homeless organisations have been given funding to apply the standards and priciples of’ No Second Night Out’. The London project is not expanding across the UK.

 

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