Since the 1st April 2011 No Second Night Out have helped over 2,800 people off of the streets. Click below to read a report on our progress.
“Being homeless was a new thing for me – confusing, scary, up in the air basically. Trust was out the window – basically I didn’t trust anyone anymore. My feelings towards everything changed. It’s a different world out there – at the end of the day it’s scary and dangerous.” read more →
"NSNO helps so many people – I’ve never been helped by people who take such an interest in your wellbeing. One of the staff members told me she’d felt so relieved with the outcome and had a feeling that she’d actually helped someone that needs it. I love helping people in need and I’d love to do the kind of work that people do at NSNO full time." read more →
“The StreetLink support was good for me because I was having a hard time getting help elsewhere,” says Michael. “I referred myself and they told me about my options. A street outreach team then met me in Kensington and brought me to No Second Night Out, where they’ve now been able to secure me a home in London through some expert advice and support. read more →
Clint was helped into No Second Night Out (NSNO) after becoming homeless in August 2011. He credits NSNO with helping him survive one of the most turbulent periods of his life. He said: “If I hadn’t have heard of NSNO I don’t want to think what might have happened; I could be dead right now. NSNO saved my life and put me on a road I never thought I’d travel.” read more →