This report, the first of its kind from Pathway & Crisis, reveals how the national crisis facing both our health and housing systems leads to worsening health for people in inclusion health groups.

Drawing on 85 pieces of published literature from the past two years, and a survey of frontline medical and healthcare professionals, the findings reveal how those who are most excluded in our society struggle to access health services due to inflexibility, discrimination and stigma.

It calls on Government, along with NHS England, to lead reform of mainstream health services and to increase the availability of specialist care. It further calls for a commitment to deliver the social housing needed to ensure that everyone has a safe and healthy home.