As compared to last year stats, homelessness has increased by 25% this year and therefore in order to offer help to those who have lost their shelter due to any of the calamities, the government has decided to donate an extra £3.5m. It will make sure that no more individual is forced to sleep rough without shelter on his head.
For this purpose, even the councils and charities will be encouraged to come forward and contribute in this genuine cause. It is important to identify all those individuals, who are at a risk of losing their homes. An immediate step needs to be taken in to support them.
It has been decided that the 'No Second Night Out' scheme that provides temporary housing to homeless people will be prolonged to eight more areas. But according to the homeless charity Crisis, this recent announcement has missed some important details about the project.
Finally an advanced cross-government initiative has been introduced in a report called 'Making Every Contact Count'. Under this scheme, all those members of the public will be asked to report if they ever see even a single individual sleeping on streets or in some other kind of rough accommodation. A temporary house will be soon offered to him.
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