Homeless and Inclusion Health Programme
The Queen’s Nursing Institute supports community nurses to achieve outstanding levels of care for people experiencing homelessness.
With the right support to tackle entrenched medical, personal and social problems, it is possible for people experiencing homelessness to secure positive health – a foundation for rebuilding more secure and stable lives.
The Homeless and Inclusion Health Programme is a national network to improve the health of marginalised groups, particularly:
- People experiencing homelessness
- Gypsy, Roma and Traveller communities
- Vulnerable Migrants
- Sex Workers
An analysis of the current issues facing homeless families has been published in the Journal of Health Visiting.
To sign up to receive email updates from the network, please click on this link.
If you would like to get in touch with the current Homeless and Inclusion Health Programme Lead, please contact [email protected].