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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This report based on a national survey of Outreach Teams explains why it can be hard to escape the streets and what should be done to prevent further deaths of people sleeping rough.
In this response, St Mungo’s comments on the government’s current policies of conditionality and sanctions in the welfare system.
When St Mungo’s ventured into the world of social impact bonds and payment by results, it gave us as an organisation time to do things differently – from the way we set up the team to the way in which we delivered the service.
This is a briefing for MPs taking part in the Westminster Hall Debate on street homelessness on Tuesday 24 April 2018.
The briefing outlines St Mungo’s key recommendations to end rough sleeping, including effective outreach services, emergency acc
This report explores evidence of Housing First services to end homelessness among single people (i.e. lone adults) with support needs.
In this response, St Mungo’s comments on the government’s proposal to fund homeless hostels through local authority grants, highlighting the potential risks this will cause our services.
This briefing outlines key concerns ahead of the 18 January 2018 Westminster Hall debate on supported housing.
St Mungo’s believes that people who need supported housing after a crisis deserve the same protections as those with long term needs.
In this submission we comment on the draft DCLG Homelessness Code of Guidance, which sets out how local authorities should carry out their new duties under the Homelessness Reduction Act.
A toolkit to help and improve outcomes for homeless women and babies which sets out good practice in working with women who have complex needs.