HELLO MY NAME IS ELIZABETH,I LIVE IN SUPPORTED ACCM WITH MY PARTNER IN CROYDON.lAST WINTER WE STAYED AT THE CRYSTAL PALACE SHELTER.iT WAS AMMAZING THE FOOD WAS FANTASIC THE BEDS WERE COMFORTABLE.iT MADE ME FEEL HUMAN AGAIN.I WILL NEVER FORGET THE KINDNESS OF ALL THE STAFF AT THE SHELTER.I AM NOW HAVE SOMEWHER BUT ONLY AFTER 15 MONTHS LIVING ON THE STREET.THANK YOU CRYSTAL PALACE.
It is nice article! Thanks for sharing.
To get us started members Network Homes have mentioned 6 points to consider. Read more here https://homesforcathy.org.uk/2020/04/29/six-steps-that-could-help-us-transform-the-way-we-tackle-homelessness/
Is there anyway someone can summarise the points if you don’t have an Inside Housing account?
Hi Helen, you can view the article here https://homesforcathy.org.uk/2020/04/29/six-steps-that-could-help-us-transform-the-way-we-tackle-homelessness/
We had to leave last property due to health reasons and house in disrepair we have struggled to obtain cooker and electrical items but cannot afford carpets
Thank you for your comment. Please contact the organisations in the blog post. Homes for Cathy does not issue any grants.
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Numerous studies have reported that approximately one-third of homeless persons have a serious mental illness, mostly schizophrenia or bipolar disorder. The percentage is higher among those who are chronically homeless and among homeless women and is lower among homeless families.
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