Guide for homeowners and all homeowners services

Rough sleeping

Rough sleeping in your locality If you see a rough sleeper and are concerned about their wellbeing there is a service called StreetLink. StreetLink is a 24/7 service that has a dedicated website, mobile app and phone line which enables you to send an alert about the location of someone sleeping rough. The alert then connects to the right services that can provide appropriate support to a rough sleeper.

You can get in touch with the service by visiting then click the take action now button and fill in as many details as you can. They also have a free mobile app (available from iTunes and Google Play Stores) and follow the same steps as the website.

Alternatively, you can phone them on 0300 500 0914. Street Link will then contact our council's outreach service which will go out and engage with the individuals they encounter. We realise that sometimes drug use and anti-social behaviour can be associated with the street population. If this is happening in your area, you should call the police line 101 or report it to your local police team. You can also report to the council ASB reporting line on 020 7525 5777.

Page last updated: 10 April 2024


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