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October 11th 2017
| by Joss

MP, Stephen Doughty officially launched a new era in homeless prevention when he opened a Floating Support service at The Salvation Army Community Centre in Walker Road, Cardiff on Friday (6 October).

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September 8th 2017
| by Elly

The Salvation Army and the University of Stirling unveiled an exciting new partnership to undertake interdisciplinary research on substance use and related interventions that can prevent problems and reduce harms for individuals, their families and communities. 

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July 18th 2017
| by emily

Residents at the iconic William Booth House Lifehouse in Hull has joined the Goodwin Development Trust in its Made In Hull celebrations.

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May 16th 2017
| by emily

Crossroads in Accrington took part in an event at Burnley FC to raise awareness of how being young and homeless can contribute to poor mental health.

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April 25th 2017
| by emily
A Swindon residential centre for people experiencing homelessness will get a mini makeover on Tuesday, 9 May, courtesy of staff volunteers from the Nationwide building society.
 
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April 24th 2017
| by emily

A project that supports some of the most vulnerable people in Blackpool when in the midst of a crisis held its annual awards recognising the achievements of those who use the service.

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April 13th 2017
| by emily

A former drug-user, who now helps others overcome their substance misuse, is running the London Marathon

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April 12th 2017
| by emily

Staff and residents at a Salvation Army Lifehouse for people experiencing homelessness in Reading are looking to develop their garden area to make an attractive space throughout the year. 

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April 7th 2017
| by emily

The Salvation Army’s residential centre for young people experiencing homelessness, Springfield Lodge Lifehouse in Camberwell, is looking for a gardening volunteer.

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March 31st 2017
| by emily

The Salvation Army Housing Association (saha) and The Salvation Army officially declared the opening of a £5.4m Copper Beech Avenue project in Bramley, Leeds – saha's largest project to date – with an opening ceremony.

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