If preventative services like mine are cut it will leave countless families in Liverpool facing homelessness without support or guidance to prevent it.
I'm on the cusp of redundancy personally, having seen several dozen colleagues go. Service will survive but will be a pale shadow of its former self. Volunteers proving thin on the ground....
This Government is putting the squeeze on Remploy and all our disabled works are being put under stress because they are not sure what the future holds. It is my belief that they want to close all Remploy sites.
I work for a young people's support foundation in Manchester - we're a charity supporting young homeless people - due to the 'cuts' a lot of our services have lost funding and subsequently had to close resulting in a loss to the support that can be offered to our young people and my colleagues losing their jobs. The impact this has had on our service users is clear and in addition we have had more people presenting as homeless due to the financial implications the 'cuts' have put on low income families.
Removing DLA from someone's income will have devastating effects on people's lives. The most vulnerable in society are being told to fund the deficit and it its morally wrong.