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Helping people in Stockport at Xmas

Posted 12 December 2017

Research shows that most money given to people who are begging is spent on drugs and alcohol. Street begging does not always mean that a person is homeless. If a person is homeless then we can help.

There is no need to sleep rough in Stockport. People need to engage with the support available:

Emergency and long-term accommodation (including health and employment support): People can contact Stockport Homes at Cornerstone, 2 Edward Street, Stockport SK1 3NQ or on 0161 217 6016.

Hot food, support and advice: People can visit the Wellspring Resource Centre at Harvey Street SK1 1YD and get a free hot meal - seven days a week.

A food parcel - People can call Stockport Loaves and Fishes on 07938 967063 or visit 'The Olive Branch' at 2c Castle Street, Edgeley.

To help make a lasting change this Christmas: Help a local homelessness charity instead.

Helping people in Stockport at Xmas 

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