To overcome homelessness, people need housing that is safe from violence and abuse. Housing that is affordable; housing that is accessible – especially for vulnerable groups, which includes access to properties in social and affordable schemes and freedom from discrimination in the private rental market – housing that is appropriate culturally and enables decent health, wellbeing and relationships and in a location that allows for social and economic participation. And housing that offers the security of tenure and a sense of belonging.
This pillar of work is designed to prevent entries into homelessness and accelerate journeys out of homelessness. If you’d like to get involved please click ‘Contact Us’ on the link below.