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Ten ways to better homeless health

Executive Director of Strategy and Policy Dominic Williamson spoke recently at the Westminster Social Policy Forum about homelessness, health and inequality. Here he gives us ten examples of work to improve homeless health. Read more

Dec 8th | Dominic Williamson | Campaigns

Homeless Health Matters – everywhere

12,224 St Mungo’s Broadway supporters have a message for the government: make homeless health a priority. Tomorrow – one year on from first launching our Homeless Health Matters campaign – we’re presenting our Homeless Health 47 petition as an urgent prescription for the Department of Health. Research shows that the average age of people who […] Read more

Oct 19th | Catherine Glew | Campaigns

Healthy gardens, healthy projects, healthy people

As people up and down the country are tending to their gardens, Martin Calderwood, Coordinator for our Putting Down Roots initiative, tells us how gardening can create a sense of health and wellness in people’s lives. Read more

Jun 22nd | Martin Calderwood | Hostels, shelters & projects, Key posts
Homeless health matters

Why are we taking a stand on World Health Day?

This World Health Day, Rachel from our Campaigns Team shares her reflections on our Homeless Health Matters campaign. Six months on from its launch, a lot has happened – but there’s still much more to be done! If you’ve not yet supported our campaign, please click here. Read more

Apr 7th | Rachel Fox | Campaigns, Key posts

Psychotherapy is for everyone

David is a volunteer and a member of Outside In and has started psychotherapy to help his recovery. He writes about how psychotherapy works and how it can help anyone. Read more

Aug 5th | Hannah Eiseman | Guest blogs, Real life stories
No Smoking Day

No Smoking

Julie Fine works at our Bristol Complex Needs Service. She trained as a practitioner with NHS Smokefree Bristol to help people quit smoking. She explains more about her work and how Lucy, one of our clients, has not smoked for 49 days. Read more

Apr 23rd | Julie Fine | Guest blogs, Support

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