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How we work

How we work

How we work

At a local level

Since 2016, we have been working with Partner organisations across the UK. Our Partners have helped us to build the Frontline Network’s work at a local level, by facilitating their Local Network activities and regularly bringing together frontline workers. Our Partners provide;

• Opportunities for frontline workers to regularly come together in their areas- to network, share experiences and expertise
• The potential to explore solutions to key issues affecting staff and people they are supporting
• Links between the frontline voice and decision-makers

Our Partners are:

 Cyrenians - Scottish Frontline Network and All In For Change
 Cymorth Cymru - Frontline Network Wales
 Homeless Connect - Northern Ireland Frontline Network 
 Justlife - Brighton and Hove Frontline Network
 Praxis - Pan-London Migrant Frontline Network
 Street Life Trust - Blackpool, Wyre and Fylde Frontline Network
 Coventry Citizens Advice - Coventry Frontline Network
 Basis Yorkshire in partnership with Together Women and Leeds Women's Aid - Leeds Women’s Homelessness and Housing Frontline Network​

If there isn’t a local Frontline Network in your area and you are interested in setting one up, get in touch at: frontline@stmartinscharity.org.uk

Find out more about our local Frontline Networks here:


At a National level

We provide opportunities for you to come together and share your experiences and expertise at our Annual Conference, we share resources to support your work and provide funding to turn your ideas into practice. We also provide a regular opportunity to have your say through our Annual Frontline Worker Survey and to support each other through our online discussion Forum.

As we grow and develop relationships with key people, we are expanding the opportunities to amplify the collective voice of frontline workers – it started last year in Scotland, when we helped make sure that your voice fed into the Scottish Government’s strategy to end homelessness, and it is something we are looking to do more of.

We want to make sure that you have the opportunity to feed into all local and National decision making on homelessness!