Fulfilling Lives in Islington and Camden

Fulfilling Lives in Islington and Camden (FLIC) supports people facing multiple disadvantage relating to drug and alcohol use, homelessness, offending and mental ill health, to build more positive and fulfilling futures.

We work in partnership with statutory and voluntary agencies across both boroughs to improve services for people with multiple needs and drive systemic change, influencing how services are designed and delivered.

Lived experience takes centre stage as SHP marks national awareness day

The voices of SHP clients facing multiple disadvantage will be the basis for two unique theatre performances in July. Read more

Housing First approach features in Islington Gazette

FLIC’s use of the Housing First model to house people facing multiple disadvantage has been featured in the Islington Gazette. Read more

Mayor sets out plan to help rough sleepers this winter

Sadiq Khan doubles street outreach team and gears up severe weather shelters to open London-wide whenever freezing temperatures are forecast. Read more

Emergency winter shelters list released

With London in the grips of a cold snap, find out where emergency shelters are operating across the capital. Read more

One in 59 Londoners homeless

This week, a new report from Shelter showed that one in every 59 Londoners are now homeless. Read more

Peer Mentors needed to support clients with complex needs

SHP’s Fulfilling Lives in Islington and Camden (FLIC) team – who support Islington and Camden residents with multiple and complex needs – are recruiting for a team of Peer Mentors. Read more

'Housing First gave me a new start'

A client from SHP’s Lottery-funded Fulfilling Lives in Islington and Camden (FLIC) project appeared on BBC Breakfast to speak out in support of an innovative approach to tackling homelessness. Read more

A Street Cat Named Baby

As A Street Cat Named Bob hits cinema screens, we have uncovered our very own ‘Bob and James’. Read more

Homelessness rises by 10 per cent in a year

New figures have shown that 15,170 households were accepted as homeless between April and June of 2016. Read more