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Frontline Worker Survey

Frontline Worker Survey

Frontline Worker Survey

Thursday, November 30, 2017

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.

The frontline worker survey will highlight good practice and what works, and identify challenges faced by frontline workers working in the sector. It will help us identify the best way to support frontline workers in their work.

The survey is being undertaken by us (St Martin-in-the-Fields Charity) and we have commissioned Homeless Link to develop the survey and analyse the findings. St Martin-in-the-Fields Charity runs the Vicar's Relief Fund (VRF) and the Frontline Network.

The survey should take no longer than 10 to 15 minutes to complete and the deadline is close of play on Wednesday 20 December.

The survey is confidential and anonymous, which means we cannot trace responses back to individuals or organisations.

Survey findings will be shared at our Frontline Network Conference / Get-together in June 2018, through our enewsletter, and on our website https://www.frontlinenetwork.org.uk/

If you have any queries or want to discuss the survey, please do not hesitate to contact Raks Patel here at the Frontline Network at raks.patel@stmartinscharity.org.uk

If you have a query on how to complete the survey itself please contact Paul Anderson in the first instance paulanderson348@yahoo.com or Wendy Green from Homeless Link at wendy.green@homelesslink.org.uk 

Follow the link and complete the survey here.

If the link above does not work, the survey can be found here: https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/FLNet

Thank you, in advance, for your help with this.

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