This research, originally published in The British Journal of Healthcare Management reports the findings of a 100-person survey and focus groups on digital access and inclusion, carried out in day centres and hostels. It highlights the wide range of digital experiences and skills that people who are, or who have been, homeless have, with some respondents never having used the internet, and others making use of online services every day. The work goes on to explore the potential and actualised impacts of digital health inclusion for this group, and makes recommendations for future work.