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Government announces suspension of LHA cap plans September, 2016

At Alabaré we welcome the Government's recent announcement on the future funding of Supported Housing.  We are delighted that the Government has decided to scrap the Local Housing Allowance cap in its current form.  The cap would have been financially ruinous for charities running services for vulnerable people and devastating for our residents.  Supported Housing is a hi... Read more

Thousands of Runners get their Glow On for Alabaré at Longleat September, 2016

Wow, what a fantastic night!  Last Saturday, 10th September, we were joined by over 3,300 people for our inaugural Glow in the Park:Longleat.  And what a time we all had! The atmosphere was electic, with DJ Dion warming the crowd up to some disco classics, making sure everyone was ready for the 6km run ahead.   A technicoloured glowing mass of people gathered at the start line. &... Read more

Join Our #HomesNotStreets Campaign September, 2016

On the 1st September, we joined forces with the National Housing Federation to highlight our concerns about funding for Supported Housing for vulnerable people. The campaign, Homes Not Streets: transforming lives through supported housing, is raising awareness of the proposed extension of the Local Housing Allowance (LHA) cap to rents in the Supported Housing Sector as part of a drive for fair... Read more

MP Visit in Support of Alabaré’s Homes Not Streets Campaign August, 2016

Caption left to right - James Ross, service user and John Glen, MP for Salisbury Homeless charity Alabaré is joining a day of action to highlight serious concerns about funding for supported housing for vulnerable people. The charity has welcomed local MP John Glen to Alabaré Place to discuss changes to funding that could ensure that the financial future of the charity’s hom... Read more

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