We're committed to sharing the learning from our programme, in order to support commissioners and practitioners alike to improve the way services for people facing multiple disadvantage are designed and delivered.
Accessing housing and sustaining tenancies remains a major challenge for people facing multiple disadvantage. To tackle this we’re using the Housing First approach, an evidence based model which is proven to benefit clients with multiple needs.
Download an executive summary of our Housing First report.
Download our full Housing First report.
Download the full Centre for Social Justice Housing First report.
Setting up and Managing Your Tenancy is a comprehensive guide for clients and practitioners, giving information and advice about every step of accessing independent accommodation, including the documentation needed by landlords, how to manage bills and what to do in emergencies.
Peer mentors are volunteers with first-hand experience of substance use, mental ill health, complex needs and homelessness, who are stable in their recovery, and want to support others to make positive changes in their lives.
Download an evaluation report assessing the effectiveness of our Peer Mentoring Programme.
Download a summary of our client feedback for Year 4 of the programme.