People can leave homelessness behind with the right help. For some, that means Housing First services that provide a secure home and tailored support. Housing First is an innovative approach that is proven to help people out of homelessness. But right now, there aren’t enough Housing First programmes in England to help people who need this support.
We urgently need the government to provide funding for specialist support to help people into safe, secure homes. This will also help achieve the Government’s goal of ending rough sleeping by 2024.
Housing First helps end homelessness.
“Housing First should be accessible to more people with the aim of challenging homelessness and the problems that persist after a roof is found.
I believe this is a service that works for its service users. I believe it can help people and change lives, as it has with me."
Read Home for All: The case for scaling up Housing First in EnglandDownload the report
Find out more about the Housing First campaignRead the briefing
Learn about the experiences of people using Housing First servicesVoices of Housing First
Our goal is to end all forms of homelessness and, where possible, prevent it from arising in the first place.
Right now, to best achieve the Government’s goal of ending rough sleeping by 2024, we are campaigning for a renewed rough sleeping strategy that includes bespoke solutions such as:
We are also campaigning for repeal of the 1824 Vagrancy Act.
With these solutions, the Government is more likely to meet its manifesto commitment to end rough sleeping in England by 2024.
Learn about Crisis’s work to support people experiencing homelessness in the UK who are originally from another country.
We can help if you’re near a Skylight Centre, currently homeless or at risk of being homeless.
By volunteering with Crisis you can make a real difference to people experiencing homelessness.
We can help you and your colleagues play a part in ending homelessness for good.