This paper aims to throw light on the value of accommodation and support services and the likely consequences of their withdrawal.
Research was completed by a team of researchers from Nottingham Trent and Salford Universities under the Multiple Exclusion Homelessness programme funded by CLG, the Economic and Social Research Council and the Joseph Rowntree Foundation.
Agencies whose priorities are influenced by other agendas arising from statutory limitations or government targets have conflicting priorities that sustain multiple exclusion homelessness in a number of key circumstances.
Findings from this research will enable policy‐makers and practitioners to take better account of service user perspectives, experiences and priorities.
Bowpitt, G., Dwyer, P., Sundin, E. and Weinstein, M. (2011), "The support priorities of multiply excluded homeless people and their compatibility with support agency agendas – new research into multiple exclusion homelessness", Housing, Care and Support, Vol. 14 No. 1, pp. 31-32. https://doi.org/10.1108/14608791111170274Download as .RIS
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