StreetLink is a website, mobile app and phone line, which enables the public to alert local outreach services about people sleeping rough in England and Wales.
This project is led by Homeless Link with the support of project partners the No Accommodation Network (NACCOM) and funders the Lloyds Bank Foundation.
Our project funded by Trust for London, looks at links between the benefit system and homelessness in London.
The Supported Housing Alliance (SHA) is Homeless Link’s dedicated policy programme supporting those of our members providing supported accommodation services.
The Housing First England project has been working to support and grow a national movement of Housing First services since 2016, improving the lives of some of society's most vulnerable people.
Young people experiencing homelessness are one of the most vulnerable groups in society. They continue to make up almost half of the people accessing homelessness services in England.
Homeless Link has been funded by the John Laing Charitable Trust to develop a Toolkit on strengths-based working. The Toolkit will support Commissioners and Service Providers wishing to take steps towards embedding a strengths-based approach within their services or local areas.
Homeless Link’s Social Investment Fund is the first of its kind, exclusively for the homelessness sector.
The PLUS Project is a partnership between Shelter and Homeless Link. Funded by London Councils, we support organisations, boroughs and landlords in London working with people who are sleeping rough, homeless, or in housing need. Our work has a strong partnership, cross-sector working and equalities focus.
The Enterprise Development Programme aims to provide a broad range of support for charities and social enterprises in England, helping them make a transition to new enterprise models or grow existing ones.
Reboot is our digital project in collaboration with the Good Things Foundation and Mind, aimed at ensuring people experiencing homelessness can access all the opportunities that are available in the digital world.
Twenty-nine diverse charities from across England that work with women who are homeless or at risk of homelessness have been awarded grants from Homeless Link's Ending Women's Homelessness grants, funded by the Government’s Tampon Tax Fund.
Day centres can play a crucial role in ending homelessness by tackling rough sleeping, supporting move on, preventing tenancy breakdown, and promoting employment, education and social networks.
The London Housing Foundation and Homeless Link are embarking on a redevelopment of the LHF Atlas of Services for Homeless People in London.
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Homeless Link is delivering an onwards grants progamme on behalf of Comic Relief, providing a total of £450,000 in funding for Housing First projects in England. Five organisations have been awarded grants for innovative activities that will extend and improve the support they offer.
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