Our CEO Dr Lígia Teixeira talks to Dr Emma Williamson, Principal Clinical Psychologist and Clinical Lead, Psychology in Hostels Project,South London and Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust (SLaM) and CEO www.aneemo.com, and Hannah Green, expert by experience and freelance writer. We explore their experiences, insight and current work in relation to tackling homelessness, and how we can best support the wellbeing of both people experiencing homelessness and the people that work with them in times of crisis.
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At-a-glance evidence of what works to end homelessness
Summaries of existing research into how to relieve and prevent homelessness are to be published in a series of short papers by the Centre for Homelessness Impact.
Money spent on housing support could be used more effectively, new joint report finds
A new report by the Chartered institute of Housing (CIH) and the Centre for Homelessness Impact highlights that money spent on housing support could be used more effectively.
An evidence-based approach to tackling homelessness health inequalities
The COVID-19 pandemic highlighted how social inequality has implications for public health: rates of infection were much higher in communities where overcrowded households were more common. We know that the most extreme form of housing inequality is homelessness and it is here that health inequalities have, for decades, been greatest.