Homelessness ends with housing
We know that a combination of decreasing supply of affordable housing, reductions in local government funding and welfare reforms among other pressures are directly leading to increases in homelessness.
Whilst we continue to campaign for the policy changes needed to end homelessness, we will also develop practical solutions to homelessness which we will share widely and support others to implement.
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To end homelessness, councils must offer quick and effective solutions. We can help.
We work with landlords to increase the supply of good quality homes for homeless people
Housing associations have a crucial role to play in ending homelessness.
Running a successful Help to Rent project can be challenging. We share best practice and tips.
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To rebuild your life after homelessness you need more than a roof over your head. You need a home. No less will do.
20/04/2017, The Royal College of Physicians, 11 St Andrews Pl, Regent's Park, London NW1 4LE, 9:30am - 4:30pm
England event to launch our 50th year.
15/05/2017, The Lighthouse, 11 Mitchell Ln, Glasgow G1 3NU, 9:30am - 4:30pm
Scottish event to launch our 50th year.
Scotland’s Housing Minister will today pledge his support to Crisis, as it starts to build a plan to end homelessness in Scotland for good. Kevin Stewart MSP’s support comes after the First Minister, Nicola Sturgeon, also pledged to work with Crisis to achieve its aims of ending homelessness.
Today the Homelessness Reduction Bill cleared its third and final reading in the House of Lords. This comes as new homelessness statistics released today show that the number of households in temporary accommodation in England rose by 10% over the course of 2016.
Almost two thirds (64%) of councils across England are struggling to find social tenancies for homeless people, while half find it 'very difficult' to assist applicants into privately rented accommodation, according to a report published today by Crisis and the Joseph Rowntree Foundation (JRF).