Homelessness

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The new alliance formed to eradicate homelessness in Glasgow is looking to hear from interested parties around the city as it prepares to develop its strategy. As the Glasgow Alliance to End Homelessness takes on commissioned homeless services across Glasgow, it said this plan will drive i

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A collaborative initiative designed to provide additional support to vulnerable tenants, promote tenancy sustainment and prevent homelessness within Fife has published its first Impact Report. The report marks a successful first year for the Fife Voices Housing Advocacy Project, a partnership o

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Twenty-four of Scotland's 32 local authority areas are now branching out Housing First with local partners in their area, with three more areas preparing to launch soon, the latest quarterly data for Housing First in Scotland has revealed. Data collected by the Scottish Government confirmed that an

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NUS Scotland has warned of yet another year of student housing shortages, with a “broken housing system” driving up student homelessness. Student activists in St Andrews have highlighted the difficulties students are having finding housing for the coming year and first-year students at t

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Experienced homelessness sector leader Jack Rillie will begin a new role this month after taking the position of director at the Glasgow Alliance to End Homelessness. Before joining the Alliance last month, Mr Rillie most recently held a position as director of operations at youth hom

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The manager of Right There’s supported accommodation for young people in Maryhill has made it to the final of the Scottish Social Services Awards 2022. Alice Vaughan has been shortlisted for the ‘Social Care Worker of the Year’ category, due to her exceptional work with young peopl

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Homelessness charity Car Gomm will be without an office by the end of August. Carr Gomm is a national organisation which offers care and support and provides a homeless prevention support service for Argyll and Bute Council.

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Wheatley Group has helped almost 2,500 homeless people across Scotland put a roof over their heads in the last 12 months. The group has been working with the Scottish Government, local authorities and other support agencies to help tackle homelessness.

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Colleagues across contractor Balfour Beatty in Scotland have teamed up with addiction and homelessness charity Steps for Hope to raise more than £140,000 to support people in need in Edinburgh through a variety of activities and initiatives. The most recent fundraising initiative, supported by

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