Mental Health Service interventions for rough sleepers


The Faculty for Homeless and Inclusion Health is delighted to publish this important guidance document that aims to improve the way we respond to people sleeping rough who also have mental health problems.  The report is extremely practical and is relevant to everyone who works with clients or patients on the streets. The Faculty discussed this report earlier this year and is delighted to endorse the tools it contains.  We congratulate the team in South London for putting together such valuable material and making it available for homeless services across the country. It will help us all respond better to the needs of vulnerable people on the street.

Please note the guidance was updated in 2014 and these links have been updated to reflect this.

rough sleepers and mental health