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If you are homeless or at risk of becoming homeless, then it is important that you speak to Manchester City Council as soon as possible. You can call them on 0161 234 5001 or email hpasdutyofficer@manchester.gov.uk (Mon-Fri, 9:00-16:30). Out of normal office hours, you can call 0161 234 5001 or email mcsreply@manchester.gov.uk.

If you have seen someone sleeping rough who needs help, you can use StreetLink to help connect them with support services. If someone is in immediate danger, please dial 999.

Greater Manchester Law Centre provide a guide on the legal rights of people who are experiencing homelessness.

You can also find support at these organisations:

Street Support Network:
This is a coalition of local organisations working to support people experiencing homelessness in Manchester. Their website has information on support services, drug and alcohol services and health care. They also provide a printable map of all support services in the central Manchester area.

Shelter Manchester:
5 Samuel Ogden St, Greater, Manchester M1 7AX
0344 515 1640
Shelter is a national charity providing support and advice for people experiencing homelessness.

1-2 North Parade, Manchester M3 2NH.
0808 800 0661
Centrepoint is a national charity supporting people experiencing homelessness aged 16-25. 

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