No Second Night Out aims to make sure that no one who has recently arrived on Londons streets will sleep out for a second night.
The campaign is part of our overall commitment to end rough sleeping in London by the end of 2012.
No Second Night Out aims to help people who are sleeping rough for the first time, and find them an immediate alternative so they dont need to spend another night on the streets.
Rough sleepers are very vulnerable to crime, drugs and alcohol, and at high risk of serious illness, and potential early death.
We have set up a new assessment centre which is open 24/7 to support this work and can provide a way off the streets for new rough sleepers in London.
At the centre, workers will offer people help so that they do not need to return to the streets; for many this will be returning to their home area, reconnecting with family and support networks.
You can help us make sure no one spends a second night out, if you see someone sleeping rough you can call our 24/7 rough sleeping helpline on: 0870 383 3333 or visit No Second Night Out (external website).