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Our partners

We are fortunate to work with some excellent partners who share our ambitions on homeless and inclusion health. 


Homelessness is a cause and a consequence of poor health, which is why we are proud to partner with Crisis. Since 2021, Pathway has been part of the Crisis group, benefiting from financing support and a strategic alliance that helps to maximise our impact for people experiencing homelessness. 

Together we are advocating for policy responses to homelessness that save lives and promote positive health outcomes. 

The relationship between Crisis and Pathway aims to: 

  • Increase the number of dedicated hospital teams working with patients who are facing homelessness across the country, to ensure they receive better quality care and are not discharged from hospital into homelessness. 
  • Work with the NHS and wider health and social care services to help them prevent homelessness through evidence-based programmes that will ensure people get the support they need to leave homelessness behind for good. 
  • Campaign for the changes needed to save lives and demonstrate the positive health outcomes of immediate access to good quality emergency accommodation. 
  • Fill in knowledge gaps in inclusion health and homelessness research, including how to improve services, narrow health inequalities, assess the impact of government policies and the solutions needed to end homelessness for good. 

NHS England and Department for Health and Social Care’s Health and Wellbeing Alliance 

The Voluntary, Community and Social Enterprise Sector Health and Wellbeing Alliance is a partnership between the health and care system and the voluntary sector, enabling the sector to share expertise to improve health and wellbeing across the population. 

Pathway is a member through the Homeless Health Consortium, along with Groundswell and Homeless Link. Together, we are funded to deliver three policy and practice projects per year and to offer advice across a range of policy developments through the Department for Health and Social Care and NHS England. 

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Our partners