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We know from the existing evidence base, and
the findings from our own research, that there are
significant levels of care needs within homelessness
services, and among people living on the streets,
which are not being met.
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
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.
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.
This research by WPI Economics, on behalf of St Mungo’s and Homeless Link, shows that last year, councils in England spent nearly £1 billion less on services supporting single homeless people compared to a decade ago.
Failing to support people sleeping rough with drug and alcohol problems is costing lives.