Charity Pushes for More Action to Help Homeless


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Homeless Link, a charity that acts to fight homelessness, demands that more action is needed to help homeless families.

New figures from the Department for Communities and Local Government reveal that more homeless families across England are being denied help. According to Rick Henderson, Homeless Link's chief executive, "We can prevent this not only with better advice and support but also with more targeted support to stop people losing their homes in the first place."


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