Report: Working together to end homelessness from social housing
Losing one’s home is a very significant event, and likely to be even more frightening and traumatic if it results in homelessness. Becoming homeless from social housing can be seen as a failure of housing and wider systems that aim to enable people, including vulnerable people, to live in safe and secure long term homes. This report is informed by the experiences of some people who have been very close to losing their social homes, and the work of social landlords and other organisations in helping to prevent homelessness from social housing.
Supported/funded by: OAK Foundation
Type of publication: Report