New funding, from LankellyChase Foundation, will enable Pathway to provide a new level of support to doctors and nurses working with excluded people.
Staff often face complex issues when supporting people who are homeless, selling sex, or seeking asylum, who also have substance use issues or physical and mental health problems.
The Faculty for Homeless and Inclusion Health is a cohort of 600 health and social care professionals and people who have overcome exclusion (Experts by Experience), who aims aim to support and educate staff in the field.
Membership of the Faculty is free and offers:
- Networking and support
- Continuing professional development opportunities
- A copy of the national service standards for Homeless and Inclusion Health
- Discounted tickets to the Homeless and Exclusion Health Conference