Here you will find St Mungo's research on issues relating to homelessness as well as policy briefings and our responses to government consultations and inquiries. Please use the category filter to look through our different areas of work.
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Keeping us safer: guidance on supporting women experiencing homelessness and multiple disadvantages.
New report by St Mungo’s presents the findings of research into the health needs of people sleeping rough in England and their vulnerability to Covid-19.
This submission focuses on the solutions to homelessness and, in particular, the further steps the Government can take as part of the Comprehensive Spending Review (CSR) to end rough sleeping by 2024 in line with its 2019 election manifesto commitmen
This St Mungo’s policy briefing sets out the actions needed to ensure everyone has somewhere safe to stay and the necessary support to rebuild their lives away from the streets.
Before the coronavirus pandemic hit the UK, St Mungo’s investigated the experiences of people who have slept rough, and gone on to try and access social housing.
Before the pandemic hit the UK, St Mungo’s investigated the experiences of people who have slept rough, and gone on to try and access social housing.
This briefing provides detail on the efforts taken so far to accommodate people who are sleeping rough, as well as outlining the further Government action that is needed to protect people who are homeless from the coronavirus.
The St Mungo’s Homeless Couples & Relationships toolkit is the first of its kind. It raises awareness of the barriers faced by couples in accessing housing options and support in their relationships.