The Faculty for Homeless and Inclusion Health helps doctors, nurses, housing workers, and people working with excluded people who have health problems to come together and share information and resources.
We’ve been aware that homelessness is rising across the southwest for some time, and have been supporting Bristol Royal Infirmary, GPs and groups across the southwest to support homeless patients. We’re really keen to bring together everyone working in health across the region, and reach out to more homelessness and housing groups too. We’re holding our first meeting across the region on 4 December, 1-4 at the Trinity Centre in Bristol.
It’s all free to attend (our work is funded by Lankelly Chase Foundation). All the meeting details are here: http://www.pathway.org.uk/training-and-events/
If you can’t come, but would like to join The Faculty for Homeless and Inclusion Health, there are details here: http://www.pathway.org.uk/training-and-events/
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Wednesday August 23rd 11 to 1:30pm
The Gallery Space, The Island, 1st Floor
Bridewell Street, BS1 2LE
Bristol NCS Wave 5 Team 2 are hosting this event.
Admission is free and it is open to both the public and the homeless. We will be distributing food, clothing, sanitary products and other donated items, as well as inviting charities to talk to both the public and the homeless to make everyone more aware of the services available to them and to help break down stigma surrounding homelessness.
If you would like to get involved, donate or know any charities, shelters or stores we could contact, please get in touch with us at email@example.com
or 07584 190555
Otherwise please just come along
I know Salford is a long way and this is very short notice, but just in case anyone can go …
“This special event marks the start of a series of events to mark 21 years of the Sustainable Housing & Urban Studies Unit (SHUSU) at the University of Salford. At this event we are bringing together a number of speakers from different backgrounds to share their insights, knowledge and practice related to their contribution to housing and their views on addressing homelessness.”
A story picked up by Bristol 24/7 and originally posted by Premier.
“Knitters and crocheters at a church in Stoke Gifford have made more than 800 wooly green squares to decorate their Christmas tree, which once the festive season is over will be recycled into blankets for local homeless charities …”