Homelessmen have a place to call themselves for the first time in nearly 40 years, maximizing their chances of defeatingprostate cancer You can.
The pensioner, known only as Frank, is sleeping wildly in Kensington, London.
He hasn't had a home since he left Paddington's bed in the 1980s,MyLondonreports.
However, after being asked for help by Councilor Gavin Stewart, the timing was right to allow him to focus on his health.
He has now moved home for the first time in almost 40 years.
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Frank said: "I haven't really been indoors for seven years. It helps because the front door is locked so I don't have to open one eye to sleep.
" Hotel A week I went to and moved to, but I didn't really care about calming down. 40 years later, I had prostate cancer.
"The night after I had prostate cancer Gavin was in the door. I knew I had to go indoors. In fact, I'm looking forward to going back flat, turning on the TV and brewing coffee.
"There is a quality life there that wasn't on the street."
Frank has been supported by the Kensington & Chelsea Council's dual diagnostic service over the past two years. One of the many rough sleepers out there.
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This scheme helps people oversleeping on the street enter accommodation and provides services such as counseling, group therapy, detoxification and rehabilitation.
Housing councilor Kim Taylor Smith said: ..
"Our dual diagnostic service provides the support needed to make these changes to a rough sleeper. Warm beds and locked front doors are ours. Many take it for granted, someone like Frank.
"The number of people sleeping on our streets remains small, but we and our partners Will not stop until the rough sleep is gone forever. "