Housing, Care and Support: Volume 25 Issue 3/4


A journal on policy, research and practice

Table of contents - Special Issue: Supporting people experiencing multiple disadvantage: evidence from the Fulfilling Lives programme

Guest Editors: Jo Welford, Rachel Moreton, Beth Collinson, Kate Green

Severe and multiple disadvantage: development and applications of a concept

Alice Lemkes

This paper aims to remove the self-evidence of the concept of severe and multiple disadvantage (SMD) by drawing upon a historical as well as a critical perspective to show its…

Improving access to mental health services for those experiencing multiple disadvantage

Rachel Moreton, Jo Welford, Beth Collinson, Laura Greason, Chris Milner

This paper aims to explore the barriers to accessing mental health support for people experiencing multiple disadvantage along with some potential solutions for attempting to…

Employment, training and volunteering pathways for people with experience of multiple disadvantage in Manchester: comparing primary research findings with wider literature

Lauren Bennett, Philippa Iwnicki

The Inspiring Change Manchester (ICM) programme has aimed to improve outcomes, including employability, for people experiencing multiple disadvantage in Manchester. This paper…

Team Around Me: a case coordination model for clients experiencing multiple disadvantage

Scarlett Stock, Lucy Campbell, Morgan Harries

This study aims to present a case study about the Team Around Me (TAM) model of case coordination which was developed by Fulfilling Lives Islington and Camden (FLIC) as an action…

A case study: using an appreciative inquiry model to co-produce a gender-informed women’s only access to drug and alcohol treatment space

Karen Randall, Sarah Tayleur, Winston Allamby

This study aims to report on the experience of using a strengths-based, solution-focused methodology for co-producing a gender-informed drug treatment service using an…

Humble PIE: this is just the beginning

Anna Tickle

This study aims to share reflections on psychologically informed practice and research that has taken place within Opportunity Nottingham and in collaboration with local hostels…

Applying situational analysis to examine the impact of VOICES on people experiencing multiple disadvantage

Konstantinos Spyropoulos, Christopher James Gidlow, Fiona McCormack, Andy Meakin, Rachele Hine, Sophia Fedorowicz

This paper reports the use of situational analysis as a systems methodology to evaluate the voices of independence change and empowerment in the Stoke-on-Trent (VOICES…

Learning from collective lived experience: a case study of an experts by experience group

Chris Pawson, Richard Bolden, Beth Isaac, Joseph Fisher, Hannah Mahoney, Sandeep Saprai

The purpose of this paper is to present a case study tracking the development and engagement of a group of experts by experience (The Independent Futures (IF) Group) who provided…

Approaching systems change at Fulfilling Lives South East in efforts to improve unsupported temporary accommodation: a qualitative case study

Charlotte Cooke, Kate Jones, Rebecca Rieley, Sandra Sylvester

The purpose of this paper is to consider how a South East project approached systems change to improve unsupported temporary accommodation (UTA) and the changes made for people…

An emergent process for activating system change: insights from Golden Key Bristol

Beth Fouracre, Joseph Fisher, Richard Bolden, Beth Coombs, Beth Isaac, Chris Pawson

The purpose of this paper is to present insights into the way in which system change can be activated around the provision of services and support for people experiencing multiple…

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