Homelessness in the United Kingdom: Prevention Policies and Strategies

Alma Blackman (Editor)

Series: Social Issues, Justice and Status
BISAC: SOC045000

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This book provides background information on government policy on tackling statutory homelessness, i.e. those households for whom local authorities, after receiving an application, have a duty to secure accommodation because they are unintentionally homeless. It also discusses “how services can be managed in a way that prevents all households, regardless of whether they are families, couples, or single people, from reaching a crisis point where they are faced with homelessness,” and the duties owed to the non-statutory homeless. (Imprint: Novinka )

Preface

Chapter 1. Homelessness in England
Wendy Wilson

Chapter 2. Making Every Contact Count: A Joint Approach to Preventing Homelessness
Department for Communities and Local Government

Chapter 3. Rough Sleeping
Wendy Wilson

Index

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