Yorkshire and Humber is to get £2.5 million to tackle homelessness.
The Government cash will be used to create rough sleeping coordinators and more night shelters and hostel spaces.
The money is part of the Government’s £100m Rough Sleeping Strategy announced by Communities Secretary James Brokenshire MP.
The cash is for 59 new staff and 85 additional bed spaces.
Sheffield will receive the most money with £413,000, Leeds will get £385,000, while Barnsley, Rotherham and Doncaster will share £328,000.
North Lincolnshire council is also to get specific support staff for homeless people who have been relocated to an institution or leaving care.
Communities Secretary, Rt Hon James Brokenshire MP said: