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  • Frontline Worker Survey

    Frontline Worker Survey

    We are asking frontline workers to participate in a survey, aimed at those working with clients who are experiencing homelessness or who are vulnerably housed.

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  • Vicar's Relief Fund (VRF) Christmas Hours

    Vicar's Relief Fund (VRF) Christmas Hours

    VRF Christmas Opening and Closing Times 

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  • Frontline Network Conference

    Frontline Network Conference

    Save the Date! The Frontline Network Conference will be held on Thursday 7 June 2018 in Central London.

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  • Rural Rough Sleeping is on the Rise

    Rural Rough Sleeping is on the Rise

    Charlotte Snelling, Research Fellow at the IPPR, writes about the rise in rural rough sleeping.

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  • ID pilot extended

    ID pilot extended

    We have extended the Vicar's Relief Fund (VRF) ID pilot.

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Harnessing the ideas, energy and experience of those at the frontline working with homeless and vulnerably housed people.

We recognise that frontline workers are a key asset in tackling homeless and housing issues in the UK, and yet they can often be under-resourced in their organisations and their voices unheard by decision-makers.

We view frontline workers as staff working in the Voluntary, Statutory and Public Sectors undertaking diverse roles including Resettlement or Outreach Workers, Supported Housing Officers, Mental Health Teams, Drug and Alcohol Support, GP’s, Probation, Social Workers, Prison In-Reach Workers, Police, Nurses, other Health professionals.  

Frontline workers work directly with people who are experiencing or at risk of becoming homeless or are vulnerably housed.

Register to become a member - it's free and only takes a couple of minutes

 

  • Winter warmer welfare

    Winter warmer welfare
    To help clients with their utility bills by supplying gas/electric vouchers so people can afford to keep warm over th...
  • Moving On Packs

    Moving On Packs
    To provide Moving On packs to residents, who are leaving supported accommodation and moving into the local community.
  • Mental Health Referral Fund

    Mental Health Referral Fund
    To enable people to access appropriate, professional mental health support when it is most needed.