Life Changing Care

St Mungo’s operates two care services, which are both registered with the Care Quality Commission (CQC). They are registered to provide accommodation for persons who require nursing or personal care, adults under 65 years and over 65 years; and adults who have mental health conditions or substance misuse problems. They are specialist care homes targeted […]

Keeping us safer: An approach for supporting homeless women experiencing multiple disadvantage

This guidance is part of a ‘Safety by Experience’, a joint project between St Mungo’s, Standing Together Against Domestic Violence and funded by Homeless Link’s Ending Women’s Homelessness Fund. ‘Safety by Experience’ was born out of a clear gap in provision and support for women experiencing homelessness, violence and abuse and other forms of multiple […]

Housing and health: Working together to respond to rough sleeping during Covid-19

This report presents the findings of new research into the health needs of people sleeping rough in England and their vulnerability to Covid-19, and the approach taken to address the health and housing needs of this group during the pandemic. The report is also informed by our detailed knowledge as a service provider and by the […]

Hospital Discharge Network – Recovery Results briefing

This briefing presents evidence and lessons from our Hospital Discharge Network, which offers safe temporary accommodation and clinical support for people who are homeless and leaving hospital. St Mungo’s Hospital Discharge Network was established in June 2014 as part of the £10m Department of Health Homeless Hospital Discharge Fund.

Stop the Scandal: an investigation into mental health and rough sleeping

It’s not right that anyone should be without a home, and it’s nothing short of a scandal that people with mental health problems are stuck sleeping rough. St Mungo’s has investigated the issue of mental health and rough sleeping to improve our understanding of the problem and propose some solutions. Our research is based in […]

Psychologically Informed Environments: a literature review

In this report, commissioned by St Mungo’s, the Mental Health Foundation has reviewed the evidence available on Psychologically Informed Environments (PIEs) in UK homelessness settings. PIEs are conscious of the mental health needs of the people that inhabit them. In the context of homelessness this means that in hostels and relevant care environments there is […]