Newcastle Homelessness Prevention Forum

Newcastle's Homelessness Prevention Forum was established in 2004 and brings together a range of different partners to work together on preventing homelessness in Newcastle.

Our partnership working arrangements and meeting dates

We hold forum meetings on a quarterly basis.

The remaining meeting date for 2019 is below

  • Wednesday 11 December, 10am  (Newcastle Civic Centre)

Meeting dates for 2020 are 

  • Wednesday 11 March, 10am (Newcastle Civic Centre) 
  • Wednesday 10 June, 10am (Newcastle Civic Centre) 
  • Wednesday 9 September, 10am (Newcastle Civic Centre) 
  • Wednesday 9 December, 10am (Newcastle Civic Centre) 

Our aim is to ensure that no one in Newcastle needs to be homeless and we believe that we work best in partnership to achieve this. We have produced a briefing note that outlines how we seek to prevent homelessness and the services we commission to do this.

Homeless in Newcastle- Summer 2019 (pdf 170kb)

Quarterly Homelessness Review

We produce briefing notes on a quarterly basis to highlight trends and to review how we are doing in relation to our work on homelessness prevention. Copies of these are included below 






(Please note that in some cases the numbers are quarterly rather than cumulative and they are considered correct at the time of writing. There may be subsequent changes to some numbers, for example in instances where there is a delay in cases being added to a database at the end of a quarter)

Did you know?

Active Inclusion Newcastle sends out a weekly email which includes information and news items on issues related to homelessness prevention and financial inclusion, including future dates of partnership meetings and other items of interest. 

If you want to subscribe please email 

Need more information?

If you would like to attend the Homelessness Prevention Forum,  or would like further information about our work on homelessness prevention please email

Please also contact us if you would like copies of any presentations that have been delivered at past Forum meetings.

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