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Up to £20m set to help Londoners with multiple and complex issues

The BIG Lottery Fund (BIG) announced yesterday that two London partnerships are now on their way to receiving up to £10 million each to support people with multiple problems like homelessness, mental ill health, addiction and reoffending.

BIG is awarding £50,000 each to the partnerships – one covering Lambeth, Southwark and Lewisham led by Resolving Chaos, the other covering Camden and Islington and led by the Single Homeless Project (SHP). The £50,000 grants will help them submit business plans on how they will improve and better coordinate services to tackle the needs of people living chaotic lives in order to receive up to £10m each. Eight other successful partnerships across England are also on the verge of receiving a share of the £100m investment.

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