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A Bed Every Night

A Bed Every Night supports people who are sleeping rough or at risk of doing so. It is a cross-sector, pan-Greater Manchester service that comes with a clear philosophy that everyone should have somewhere safe to stay.

A Bed Every Night has supported more than 3,000 people and pioneered improved access to health and housing. It has contributed to a reduction in rough sleeping of 67% over four years.

A Bed Every Night focuses especially on those who face exclusion from existing services. This includes people who are not eligible for statutory accommodation and those who have No Recourse to Public Funds. It helps prevent rough sleeping for people who are at a point of transition, such as leaving hospital or custody.

A Bed Every Night is only possible because of the investment from across the city-region, and the commitment of Greater Manchester organisations in the public, private and voluntary sectors.

Mayor of Greater Manchester, Andy Burnham watching staff caring for a homeless person in Manchester city centre