No Second Night Out (NSNO) is an initiative that works to get help quickly to those who are new to the streets, so they don’t have to spend a second night out. It is based on four main principles:
• No one should spend a second night out
• No one should arrive on the streets
• No one should live on the streets
• No one should return to the streets once they have been helped off
We are currently working to roll out the No Second Night Out initiative nationwide.
The Liverpool Region was the first area outside of London to officially launch NSNO. Liverpool councillor Ann O'Byrne explains all in this blog, which also appeared in the Guardian.
Local authorities in Greater Manchester have also been working together on NSNO. If you see someone sleeping rough connect them to local services by calling Street Link on 0300 500 0914.