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News and Views

News and Views

Here’s the latest news about homelessness and for frontline workers.

If you have a story to share here, please email frontline@stmartinscharity.org.uk.

News and Views

Mark Diver, a Homeless Navigator at Cyrenians, spoke with the Frontline Network about how outreach workers have successfully adapted to this challenging new environment:
Leigh Andrews, recently spoke with the Frontline Network about brain injury awareness week, and the importance of understanding brain injuries when working on the frontline:
Sarah Westfall, ‘Journey Coach’ at Riverside, has spoken with the Frontline Network about the incredible efforts made to support people during the COVID-19 outbreak, and how this outbreak affects e...
COVID-19 Update: The 'UC Help to Claim' service from Citizens Advice is still running, except that face-to-face appointments are not currently available.
Sarah Hughes, National PTS Manager at Mayday Trust, talks to the Frontline Network about the importance of community and creativity during the COVID-19 outbreak.
We have signed Shelter's joint letter to the Chancellor, calling for further steps on welfare to protect people from financial hardship and homelessness during this public health crisis.
Are you a frontline worker, supporting someone experiencing homelessness? Why not write a blog for the Frontline Network?
The Department for Work and Pensions have recently announced that people making new claims for Universal Credit will no longer need to call the Department as part of the process.
St Martin-in-the-Fields Charity is pleased to announce the launch of the new ‘VRF - Emergency Fund’. Apply to the Fund Today.