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  • 2017
    St Mungo's response to the DWP and DCLG consultation on funding for supported housing In this submission to the government consultation on funding for supported housing, St Mungo's calls for a funding model for transitional supported housing that provides secure funding for both housing and support costs.
  • 2017
    St Mungo's response to the Work and Pensions and Communities and Local Government Committee inquiry into the future of supported housing In this response to the joint Select Committee inquiry into future funding for supported housing, St Mungo's argues that supported housing is crucial in tackling homelessness and rough sleeping.
  • 2016
    Stop the Scandal: the case for action on mental health and rough sleeping - briefing for MPs St Mungo's is calling on MPs to pledge their support for our Stop the Scandal campaign, asking the Prime Minister to lead a new national rough sleeping strategy and invest in mental health services for people sleeping rough.
  • 2016
    Stop the Scandal: the case for action on mental health and rough sleeping The second part of our Stop the Scandal investigation into rough sleeping and mental health, this report presents new evidence about the experiences of people sleeping rough and the availability of mental health services across England. Looking at the experience of people with a history of rough sleeping and information from services and commissioners, the report investigates how national and local government and the NHS can build effective services to put an end to the mental health crisis on our streets.
  • 2016
    Quick Guide: Health and Housing This quick guide to health and housing published by NHS England with the support of St Mungo's provides practical examples and resources from a range of national and local organisations on how housing and health can work better together.
  • 2016
    The Homelessness Reduction Bill second reading - St Mungo's briefing for MPs This briefing contains an update on the contents of the Homelessness Reduction Bill and urges MPs to vote for the Bill at its second reading on 28 October 2016.
  • 2016
    Nowhere safe to stay This report presents new evidence on the dangers of rough sleeping and the poor service people often receive from council housing options teams. It is based on 40 interviews with St Mungo's clients and highlights how some asked for help but were turned away or even instructed to sleep rough in order to access services. It makes a number of recommendations - including for MPs and government to support the Homelessness Reduction Bill. It is a policy report containing original research that may be of interest to campaigners, policy professionals and the press.
  • 2016
    No First Night Out - Help for Single Homeless People evaluation: interim summary report This report presents interim findings of an evaluation of the No First Night Out project, which seeks new approaches to prevent individuals from sleeping rough for the first time. No First Night Out is a tri-borough project working across the London Boroughs of Tower Hamlets and Hackney, as well as the City of London Corporation. This report is intended for use by anyone working to prevent rough sleeping including local authorities, homelessness agencies and relevant central government departments.
  • 2016
    Autumn Statement 2016: Representation from St Mungo’s This submission to the 2016 Autumn Statement calls for a new strategy to end rough sleeping.
  • 2016
    St Mungo’s evidence to the Justice Committee inquiry into prison reform In this submission to the Justice Select Committee we draw on our experience of working with our clients who are in prison or have recently been in prison. In it we discuss prison reform and the need for housing support to minimise the risk of reoffending.

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