Homelessness

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Residents of Edinburgh's Old Town have leapt to the defence of local homeless people amid fears a health clinic could close to make way for a new hotel and leisure development. The Cowgate Clinic, officially known as the Edinburgh Access Initiative, has provided health services for the city’s home

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The housing support service provided by Perth & Kinross Council has been praised in a report from the Care Inspectorate following an unannounced inspection in March. All three areas assessed by the inspector, quality of care and support, quality of staffing and quality of management and leadersh

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(from left) Balma Martinez, Henry Butterfield, Alice Greenhill, Caroline McConnachie, David Cameron and Monika Krumina at Dundee's Shelter Scotland shop A homelessness charity says it is still “in shock” after receiving a donation of ball gowns and prom dresses worth over £21,000.

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Alastair Cameron cuts the ribbon on Moray Fresh Start’s new distribution centre, watched by (l-r) Chris Emson, Mary Nelson and Cath Green from the MFS committee Alastair Cameron, chief executive of Scottish Churches Housing Action, comments after opening a new distribution centre for Moray Fresh S

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Elizabeth (Betty) Leonard, who uses Blue Triangle's service and has had a positive experience with the Better Futures framework People using a Glasgow housing support project are being given the chance to take more control to change their lives thanks to the introduction of a pioneering initiative.

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Initiatives being undertaken by The Highland Council to prevent homelessness and improve the lives of homeless people have been warmly welcomed by members of the local authority’s community services committee. The Temporary Accommodation Re-Provisioning Project aims to reduce the use of leased pri

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Three homelessness charities are calling for action from the next Scottish Government as new figures show that demand for winter shelters in Glasgow and Edinburgh rose sharply in 2015/16. Crisis, Glasgow City Mission and the Bethany Christian Trust are raising the alarm after demand for their respec

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BBC current affairs programme Scotland 2016 held a housing debate last night ahead of next week’s election for the Scottish Parliament. The panel was made up of the SNP’s Alex Neil, Katy Gordon from the Scottish Liberal Democrats, Douglas Ross from the Scottish Conservatives, the Scottish Greens

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Glasgow’s George Square is to be transformed into a stunning arena with three football pitches and seating for 3,500 spectators when it plays host to the Homeless World Cup later this year. From 10-16 July a total of 48 men’s and 16 women’s sides will participate in a week-long celebration in

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Legal interventions by Govan Law Centre (GLC) have secured homes for 198 rough sleepers at the Glasgow Winter Night Shelter. A detailed report on GLC’s partnership work with the Glasgow City Mission’s Winter Night Shelter is currently being prepared but the organisation has released some of the

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