The Homeless and Inclusion Health Network meetings are an opportunity for people working within the sector to come together monthly to connect and give service updates on what’s happening around the country.

It is a place to share good practice, challenges, ideas for innovation, discuss the latest policy updates, hear/give presentations etc. and get advice and support from others. Anyone working with the homeless population, clients in temporary accommodation, asylum seekers, refugees, and the GRTBS (gypsy, roma, traveller, boater, and showman) communities is welcome to join.

Next online meeting

In this meeting, we will hear from Sutton Council’s Public Health team about their work on reducing health inequalities and improving the population’s health and wellbeing.

Speakers:

  • Susie James, Public Health Programme Manager, Sutton Council
  • Katie Corbett, Public Health Project Support Officer, Sutton Council
  • Clare Ridsdill-Smith, Head of Public Health Integration, Sutton Council.

Sutton Council’s Public Health team have designed and created a guide on temporary accommodation.

The guide aims to help individuals to:

  • Understand the immediate things they need to do.
  • Learn more about local services like the Pod where they can get housing, finance and health advice.
  • Adapt to life in emergency or temporary accommodation, and find local services (in and out of borough).

Please join the QNI’s Homeless and Inclusion Health network to receive network updates and invitations to the meetings.

If you have any questions, please email us at hih@qni.org.uk.

 

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