Why we need to invest in multiple needs is the first in a series of briefings on multiple needs, drawing on data and insight from the National Lottery Community Fund’s Fulfilling Lives: Supporting people with multiple needs programme. The statistics are based on data from over 600 people who have received help from the Fulfilling Lives programme for roughly a year or more.
The Health and Social Care Secretary has announced that £1.9 million will be given to councils by Public Health England to help improve the health of rough sleepers. The funding will be awarded to projects that improve access to health services and continuity of care for people with mental ill-health and substance misuse problems who are sleeping rough or at risk of returning to rough sleeping.
Manchester City Council are consulting with the public on a city centre Public Space Protection Order (PSPO) to address a number of issues that are being reported to the Council and the Police. Proposals have been drawn up following evidence-gathering and listening to the concerns of people and businesses about their experiences in the city centre.
Macc Christmas and New Year closure information
Our offices will be closed from 4pm on Friday 21 December and will open in the New Year on Wednesday 2 January. The Macc team sends best wishes to all during this festive period and looks forward to working with you again next year.
Here you will find details of local voluntary, community and social enterprise (VCSE) services operating over the Christmas and New Year period, as well as details of Manchester City Councils services and local NHS services.
What’s open over the festive period?
Click here for a list of what is open over the festive period or download the attached A4 double sided timetable of drop-in centres around Manchester that are open between 22 December and 1 January. For meals, entertainment, advice and more.
My two colleagues and I have just come from dropping off donations at Emmeline’s Pantry. Here at Macc we decided that one of the ways we could practice what we preach is by supporting a local Christmas Appeal, we asked for suggestions and picked at random. Emmeline’s Pantry was the name that came out of the hat.
Manchester Poverty Truth Commission is setting out with this question: What if people who have directly faced poverty were involved in decisions about poverty?
A secure home should be a right for everyone! And yet this Winter many people in Greater Manchester are homeless.
This year's Sleep Out Manchester will take place at the incredible Victoria Baths on Thursday 29 November 2018. Join Centrepoint to help break the cycle of homelessness in Manchester.
Centrepoint are asking you to swap your bed for a sleeping bag for just one night, and take to the streets for homeless young people. This amazing challenge raises funds and awareness of youth homelessness.