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Opening of Salisbury Men's Shed September, 2018

Alabaré welcomed Member of Parliament for Salisbury, John Glen, to our head office for the opening of the Salisbury Men's Shed.  It will provide local members of the community the opportunity to take part in practical projects and learn new skills whilst also being able to socialise and interact with likewise individuals.  The Salisbury Men’s Shed will be open from 9am to... Read more

Alabaré meet with Housing Minister August, 2018

Alabaré staff were amongst those in attendance as James Brokenshire MP, Secretary of State for Housing, Communities and Local Government visited Salisbury on Tuesday 21st August.  The minister heard first hand about the events of July 5th, when Alabaré staff worked tirelessly to put provisions in place for those affected by the evacuation of John Baker House. Operations manag... Read more

Naloxone Awareness Day August, 2018

Our Supported Housing North project - Unity House recently held a Naloxone Awareness Day, which was organised in conjunction with Turning Point. Residents, staff and members of the public were able to learn what to do in an emergency. Naomi Webb, Service Manager at Alabaré Supported Housing North, said; "We have had very positive feedback following the event, both residents and professi... Read more

Reaction to new government plan to tackle homelessness August, 2018

Alabaré welcome today’s announcement from the government that a £100m strategy will aim to end rough sleeping in England by 2027. We believe that the Rough Sleeping Strategy’s three part approach of prevention, integration and recovery is a positive step towards providing greater all round care to those who are homeless or at risk of becoming so. However this measure wi... Read more

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