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Supporting Homeless People with Multiple Needs in Ealing - London

Supporting Homeless People with Multiple Needs in Ealing - London

Supporting Homeless People with Multiple Needs in Ealing - London

Wednesday, February 13, 2019

PLUS Project

9am-1pm

The Nelson Room, Ealing Town Hall, Ealing Broadway, London, W5 2BY

This is a joint event between Homeless Link, Shelter and LB Ealing.

This event is for:
Front-line staff and service managers working in Ealing-based homelessness, mental health, substance use, youth services and equalities-led agencies
Women’s sector agencies, including sexual and domestic violence services
Priority 3 Projects (addressing poverty through employment commissions)
London-based housing providers
Landlords
Ealing borough officers
Grants/Leaders’ Committee members

Event Aims:
To identify what good partnership working looks like and why this is important when supporting clients with multiple needs.

To identify potential challenges and barriers to effective partnership working and how these can be overcome.

To improve partnership working with specialist agencies in LB Ealing.

To improve knowledge of specialist services and pathways in LB Ealing and across London that provide support to clients with multiple needs.

To reduce homelessness and rough sleeping through early intervention of specialist services.

To promote best practice when supporting clients with multiple needs.

To provide networking opportunities with Ealing-based colleagues.

For more information and to sign up to the event, please go to this website.

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