The government has vowed to end rough sleeping on England's streets by 2027.
It has promised £100m "to help people turn their lives around", including support for mental health and addictions, and funding for housing.
Homelessness has been on the rise for the past seven years, with around 4,750 people estimated to be sleeping rough on any given night in England in 2017.pport
Charities welcomed the plan, but warned that it was "a step forward and not a total fix".Acer Support
The Rough Sleeping Strategy, to be announced by Communities Secretary James Brokenshire on Monday, will focus on preventing people from becoming homeless in the first place by offering a range of support.
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About £30 million will be spent on mental health help and treatment for substance misuse as part of the proposals, which were developed in conjunction with charities and experts.
This will include training for staff on how to help people affected by the illegal drug Spice - a synthetic cannabinoid that 90-95% of homeless people in Manchester are estimated to use.
In addition, the government will put about £50m towards homes outside London for those who are ready to move on from hostels or refuges.
Rough sleepers will also be helped to access services and accommodation by a network of specialist "navigators".
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