Earlier help to prevent people becoming rough sleepers
A new £1.1 million approach to preventing and reducing rough sleeping by improving greater access to transitional housing and support services was launched today.
The multi-agency rough sleeper reduction strategy will work to prevent rough sleeping in the first instance by helping those most at risk, help new rough sleepers quickly access housing, help and support to get off the streets as well as identify and provide support for entrenched rough sleepers to help them off the streets permanently.
The strategy will be delivered by Cornwall Council, Cornwall Housing Ltd, Coastline Housing, Voluntary Sector Providers, Safer Cornwall, the Drug and Alcohol Action Team, Devon & Cornwall Police, Public Health (including Mental Health Services) and Inclusion Cornwall.
Source: Cornwall Council
17 July, 2017, 6:00 pm