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‘Making Every Contact Count’ A joint approach to homelessness 23 November 2012 www.nwleics.gov.uk.

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1 ‘Making Every Contact Count’ A joint approach to homelessness 23 November 2012

2 1.Prevent homelessness 2.Joined up services 3.Early identification. The Government’s emphasis

3 10 clear challenges for local government and their partners = 'gold standard' service

4 1.Corporate commitment 2.Partnership work 3.Housing options/prevention 4.No Second Night Out 5.Housing pathways 6.Private Rented Offer 7.Mortgage Rescue Scheme 8.Homelessness strategy 9.16 to 17 year olds 10.No families in B&B. 10 challenges

5 2.Partnership working with the voluntary sector and other local partners to address support, education, employment and training needs. 5.Housing pathways agreed or in development with key partners & client groups that includes appropriate accommodation and support.

6 Break out session (45mins) With consideration for local issues: 1.What you’re already doing? Focus on 2 & 5. (15mins) (yellow post-it notes) 2.How could we work together in the future? Focus on challenges 2 & 5.(pink post-it notes) (30 mins)


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