Everybody in – How to end homelessness in Great Britain

This plan by Crisis outlines the evidence-based solutions that can end homelessness in Great Britain, built round the belief that everyone should have –and is ready for – a safe, stable place to live. It contains solutions for the long term, rather than to suit current political favour, building on what has worked at home and abroad to end homelessness. The plan shows the costs of preventing and solving homelessness for people, along with the policy changes needed to get us there.

https://www.crisis.org.uk/media/238959/everybody_in_how_to_end_homelessness_in_great_britain_2018.pdf

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