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  • The C-19 Frontline Worker Support Forum is a space dedicated to sharing frontline worker information, guidance and solutions relating to the COVID-19 outbreak and its impact on frontline workers.

    Anyone who is a frontline worker supporting people experiencing homelessness can utilise this vital resource. You can ask a question, share information, or highlight best practice related to supporting people experiencing homelessness.

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Guidance for supporting people rough sleeping during C-19

Guidance for supporting people rough sleeping during C-19

Topic created on, Monday, March 23, 2020

Here we will include links and information about supporting people who are rough sleeping during the COVID-19 pandemic. Please share what you are doing locally and any best practice that others can use in their areas.

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(Frontline Network Co-ordinator), from Coventry If you're providing rough sleepers with mobile phones to help them stay in touch, what tips do you have for charging them, especially now services like libraries are closing? I've heard the suggestion of dropping off phones at drop-in centres, which aren't taking people in but can charge and return the phones. Any other suggestions where there might not be drop-ins?
(LNC), from London Hi Zoe, we put this on our Twitter and some people have suggested that B.T pods sometimes have charging points that can be used. Day Centres that are open/running are sometimes taking in people's phones to charge then handing them back later in the day. If we get any other suggestions we will let you know

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