Denbighshire County Council is seeking the views of residents, schools/colleges and other key organisations as it looks to develop a new project to help people identify whether they are at risk of homelessness at a much earlier point.
Homelessness means not having a safe place to live.
This can include living in unsuitable accommodation, ‘sofa-surfing’ (staying in someone's home unofficially) and sleeping rough (sleeping outside).
If the council and other organisations can work with at-risk individuals earlier, there is a better chance people will be able to receive the help they need before there is a genuine risk of homelessness.
The council says it would like to know what people think this project could or should look like.
To have your say and get involved, visit the following web page and follow the link to complete the online consultation survey https://countyconversation.denbighshire.gov.uk/project/595
Paper copies of the survey will also be available in Denbighshire Libraries/One Stop shops, as well as the following locations in Rhyl: Tŷ Golau, The Women’s Centre, and St Mary’s Church.
The deadline for responding to the consultation is June 13, 2021, and it is possible to take part without leaving your contact details if preferred.