Welcome to the Framework blog, where you will find regular updates of our work, our wonderful supporters and the people we exist to support.
'Homelessness Prevention' blog posts:
10 Dec 2018
Helping people Off The Streets in Nottinghamshire
We spoke to our County Outreach Service manager about the complications of homelessness outside of the city centre and what it's like to help people who are sleeping rough.
04 Mar 2014
Notts County Council vote through budget cuts
Tough decisions ahead as we adapt to our new funding environment
14 Feb 2014
Mental Health and Homelessness
This weekend we'll have 24 hours of as live tweeting from Hughendon Lodge which accommodates people with serious mental health problems. In the mean time find out more about what Framework does to support people with mental health issues across the board.
07 Jan 2014
Ten days to make a difference
Ten days. That’s the time we and, more importantly, you have left to convince Nottinghamshire County Council to think again about proposed funding cuts which would close nearly all services for homeless and vulnerable people in the county.
23 Dec 2013
Homelessness - prevention is better than cure
Several life changing and life-saving services operated by Framework in Nottinghamshire are under threat. Over the next couple of weeks we’ll be bringing you more information about each one: what they do; who they help and why they are so important to the
09 Dec 2013
Help us make Nottinghamshire County Council "Think Again."
"Think Again." With these two simple words we want to persuade Nottinghamshire County Council to re-examine its potentially disastrous plans to slash funding to the services Framework provides to homeless and vulnerable people.
18 May 2013
'A serious illness almost cost me my home'
Homelessness can happen for many different reasons. Martin faced the frightening prospect of homelessness after falling seriously ill. Framework’s expert legal advice helped him to remain in his Worksop home and continue his recovery.
26 Apr 2013
'Homelessness really can happen to anyone - even to me'
Ewa, a grandmother and former primary school teacher, was made homeless when she lost her job and her house was repossessed. She is proof not only that homelessness really can happen to anybody, but also of the effectiveness of supported accommodation
23 Apr 2013
Boots in bath ahead of 50 mile fundraiser
A Newark music fan has taken to wearing a hefty pair of Army boots in the bath in preparation for a gruelling 50 mile walk for Framework.
14 Mar 2013
'Framework changed my life. I'm shaving off my hair to say thank you'
How far would you go to raise money for a cause close to your heart? How many of us, I wonder, would be willing to shave off all of our hair? But that's just what brave Roxanne is doing for us.