Lincolnshire

Street Outreach

Helping to get people off the streets and into stable, safe accommodation.

What we do

Our team go out in the early hours of the morning responding to new referrals, as well as visiting known rough sleeping sites, in order to make contact with people who are vulnerable and alone, sleeping on the streets of Lincolnshire.

Our intention is to break down barriers and build relationships with people. This then enables us to understand the reasons why a person ended up on the streets in the first place and ensures that we offer a route away from homelessness that will bring about lasting change. 

To do this, we work in partnership with multiple organisations, enabling people to access the support services they need and realise their potential. This includes helping people to access drug and alcohol services, stable and safe accommodation and physical and mental health services. We’re also able, where appropriate, to help people to return to their home towns - both within the UK or abroad.

We can support you if:

  • You are rough sleeping in Lincolnshire

How we can help

Our staff will work with each person to motivate them and encourage them to engage with us. The help we offer includes not only accommodation, but also support to access other local providers and services to ensure each person has access to the full range of support that they need.

P3 works closely with district and county councils, police, multiple faith and community groups and other voluntary services to identify and support homeless people and people sleeping rough.

How to get help

If you see someone sleeping rough in Lincolnshire, email streetoutreach@p3charity.org or contact us on freephone 0808 281 0280.

Our dedicated countywide team will then reach out and help.

You can also report rough sleepers through StreetLink.

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How we’re funded

This service is commissioned by Lincolnshire County Council.

www.lincolnshire.gov.uk