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Have you seen someone on the street?

What to do if you see a person sleeping on the street

What to do if you see a person sleeping on the street

  1. What to do if you see a person sleeping on the street
  2. Achieving that a person stops sleeping rough doesn’t happens from one day to the next.
  3. It’s a social attention; not a police matter. A person can’t be taken off the street by force.
  4. Don’t get frustrated if the person you see on the street is still there tomorrow.
  5. The social entities and the City Council’s teams will probably know this person.
  6. Better to offer a conversation than money; but do as you consider.
  • If you always see the person at night, you need to call the street outreach teams of Barcelona’s City Council.
    Tel. 934 864 991 | Web
  • If you see the person during the day, you can also advise Arrels through the tracker of people on the street.
  • Tracker of people on the street, call 112 or contact the Social Urgencies and Emergencies Centre of Barcelona calling 900 703 030.
  • You can also tell the person on the street that he can ask for help at the Social Insertion Service..
    Pujades street, 29 | Tel. 934 864 991 | More information
    Or address the person to the neighbourhood’s social services centre Social Services of Barcelona.
  • If the person you see on the street doesn’t listen or it’s difficult to speak with him, you can call the Social Urgencies and Emergencies Centre of Barcelona (CUESB, Llacuna street, 25). They will contact the street outreach teams of Barcelona City Council so that they can go to see the person.
    Number 900 703 030
  • If you see a homeless person laying on the floor and you suspect he might be sick, call 061.