Improving access to health and social care services
A systematic review of quantitative and qualitative evidence
Access to basic health and social care (HSC) services is a fundamental human right. But access to HSC services is more complicated for people experiencing homelessness, in particular street homelessness, and interventions are therefore needed to reduce the additional barriers that these people face. This report is written in collaboration with Campbell UK & Ireland, Centre for Evidence and Social Innovation and Queens University Belfast which examines the evidence on interventions which improve access to health and social care.
Our projects provide promising insights into the steps we can take to end homelessness by using data and evidence. Visit our Evidence and Gap Maps tools to see the bigger picture on homelessness interventions.