Fulfilling Lives in Islington and Camden

Fulfilling Lives in Islington & Camden (FLIC) has now closed its doors. However, all of our news, learnings and reports can be found here, and our clients' voices and films can be found here.

FLIC was an eight-year Lottery funded learning programme, designed to support people experiencing multiple disadvantage and affect system change to improve the experience and outcomes for people accessing services.

Too often the voices of people experiencing multiple disadvantage aren't heard. Putting clients at the centre of everything we do was key to our work. Our support service was intensive, trauma-informed and led by the experiences and insights of our clients.

We worked 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.

If you have any questions, please email Lucy Campbell ([email protected]), SHP's head of Multiple Disadvantage Transformation.

In 2019-20 FLIC and CHIP worked together delivering two projects that piloted targeted health interventions with homeless (or ex-homeless) people with significant unmet health needs. One project delivered a nurse-in-reach role across the Camden hostels pathways and the other delivered specialist wound-care interventions.

On Thursday 18th March we shared learnings and insights from our wound care pilot. Below you'll find a recording of the event including and here you can find a report with all the key recommendations.