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    There has been a reported increase in the number of ex-service men and women needing homeless support services in Salford.

    Salford’s Supported Tenancies Service has seen an increase in veterans falling on hard times, reports 24Dash. adult_services.jpg

    Managed by housing association Salix Homes, the service provides support and advice for people in Salford facing homelessness or struggling to maintain their tenancy.

    Nationally, statistics show that 1 in 10 homeless people have a military background.

    Mike Wright, head of housing choice at Salix Homes, said: “Our Supported Tenancies Service helps people from all walks of life, who have for one reason or another fallen on hard times, but we have seen an increase in ex-armed forces personnel requiring our services in Salford.For many leaving the forces, it can be very difficult adjusting to civilian life when you have been used to such a regimented regime. It’s a travesty that men and women who have served their country find themselves in a homeless situation, but we are here to help people get their lives back on track.I would like to remind any ex-forces personnel in Salford that help and support is out there and to get in touch with the Supported Tenancies Service.”

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    July 02, 2015 by Laura Matthews Categories: Homelessness

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