Alternative giving

Where to donate your money to help provide support and services

Your money can help more people if you were to donate to a homelessness charity such as Framework1 This way the money would be used in the right way and the charity can truly make a difference to people’s lives.

Nottingham has a good track record on providing support for homeless people.  We’re a ‘No Second Night Out’ city, which means no-one who presents themselves as a rough sleeper will face a second night out on the streets.

Where to donate your money to help provide support and services

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1 Framework is a charity and housing association dedicated to helping homeless people, preventing homelessness, and promoting opportunities for vulnerable and excluded people to change the direction of their lives. To find out more visit: Framework

Please help us by donating to homelessness charities to help those who are in need.


Last Orders

Adult Alcohol Services
You can contact Last Orders. They help with a range of alcohol issues, no matter the severity, and also work with GPs, the wider community and other alcohol services. For more information, visit their website or call them on 0115 9709590.

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Adult Drugs Services

Recovery in Nottingham (RiN) is a group of local organisations that have come together to deliver an integrated drug treatment system and recovery pathway for Nottingham City. With experienced and specialist health and social care providers with a proven track record of delivery.

For more information visit their website or call them on 07920 586524

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Young Peoples Drugs and Alcohol Services
Lifeline Journey works with young people and their families, under the age of 18 in Nottingham City to reduce the impact of substance misuse, support recovery and to challenge inequalities linked to drug and alcohol use.

For more information visit their website or call them on 0115 948 4314 or text to 07873 339519

 

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 Ending Alcohol Harm – a Crime and Drugs Partnership initiative