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Clinks are offering grant funding to voluntary organisations working in the criminal justice system with under £500,000 annual income can, to support their vital work during Covid-19.
Please read the Ministry of Housing, Communities & Local Government's Response to Manchester Evening News story on support for rough sleepers:
The Children’s Society is establishing a rolling data-collection form, which allows professionals who provide emergency financial provision to highlight the issues they see arising.
Groundswell are undertaking research to understand the impact of COVID-19 on the lives of people experiencing homelessness.
Ina Wyatt Gosebruch, Housing Co-ordinator at Praxis shares her story about the many ways Praxis have successfully altered their working practices, to best support migrants & refugees during C-19:
The Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government has announced £6 million of emergency funding to provide relief for frontline homelessness charitable organisations who are directly affect...
The C-19 Frontline Worker Support Forum is a space for frontline workers to start conversations and share solutions between frontline workers across the UK.
Mark Diver, a Homeless Navigator at Cyrenians, spoke with the Frontline Network about how outreach workers have successfully adapted to this challenging new environment:
Leigh Andrews, recently spoke with the Frontline Network about brain injury awareness week, and the importance of understanding brain injuries when working on the frontline: