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Healthcare needs to be for everyone

As the UK’s leading homeless and inclusion health charity, we believe the most vulnerable in society deserve the very highest standards of professional care.

New Report – Breaking The Cycle: Improving Hospital Care & Discharge for Patients Experiencing Homelessness

People experiencing homelessness face major health challenges

Patients experiencing homelessness and social exclusion can be challenging to treat due to their multiple and complex needs.
34

times more likely to have tuberculosis.

50

times more likely to have hepatitis C.

12

times more likely to have epilepsy

6

times more likely to have heart disease

Our work

The Pathway Partnership Programme

Working in collaboration with the NHS, our dedicated hospital teams improve the overall quality and coordination of care for people experiencing homelessness across the country.

Research, Policy & Practice

We work with other organisations to carry out in-depth research and increase our collective understanding of the links between homelessness, exclusion and health.

The Faculty for Homeless and Inclusion Health

Our inclusive membership network for professionals involved with or interested in the field of inclusion health.

It’s about helping people get their lives to where they want them to be.

Our Pathway teams have grown steadily since 2010 – they now support over 3,500 patients every year.

Latest posts

13th June 2024

Pathway responds to Labour Party Manifesto

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11th June 2024

Immersive installation at NHS Conference highlights the crisis of hospital discharges to homelessness

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11th June 2024

Pathway responds to Conservative manifesto

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Help us transform healthcare through evidence.