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Inform StreetLink about someone sleeping roughSee contact information

StreetLink is a service which allows members of the public to alert local services that there is a person sleeping rough.

It’s designed to enable services to reach rough sleepers more quickly. This can have positive impacts on their safety and wellbeing.

This includes anyone who is sleeping outside, preparing to bed down, or sleeping somewhere not designed for habitation, such as a car.

StreetLink is not an outreach service, an accommodation provider, or an emergency service. It is the link between someone sleeping rough and the local authorities and charities in their area. To report concerns about someone sleeping rough plase use their website:

You can find more information about how StreetLink works on their website.

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