Cabinet will meet this week to agree a £4.2million investment in pay for frontline adult social care workers.
Preventing rough sleeping and helping people recover from homelessness
Sheffield City Council has been given £412,000 to prevent rough sleeping and assist people off the streets and into accommodation and support.
This funding from the Government’s Rough Sleeping Initiative means that the council will continue to deliver targeted interventions through its dedicated rough sleeping initiative team. People will be helped into emergency accommodation by working with local partners and securing longer term housing options in council and housing association properties.
The funding will also increase the capacity of Framework, the commissioned Street Outreach Service that
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