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Hundreds of rough sleepers in Scotland to be offered homes
by Libby Brooks, Scotland correspondent
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20 February 2018
On 20 February 2018 The Guardian reported:
At least 600 of Scotland's most vulnerable rough sleepers are to be provided with homes and the continuing support they need to sustain their tenancies, in the largest commitment of its kind in the UK. The Scottish social enterprise Social Bite ... will take a minimum of 600 people out of homelessness over the next 18 months, alongside fully funded wrap-around support for clinical issues ... and more practical concerns such as finding furniture.
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