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Homelessness Services in Europe: EOH Comparative Studies on Homelessness

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DatePublished - 30 Dec 2018
Number of pages101
PublisherFEANTSA
Place of PublicationBrussels
Original languageEnglish
ISBN (Electronic)9789075529739

Abstract

This comparative report looks at the patterns of homelessness service provision across Europe and explores the potential for developing a pan-European typology of homelessness services. This report examines variations between countries and differences between urban and rural areas. Emergency shelters, food distribution and daycentres, alongside services using a ‘housing ready’ approach, are the most common homelessness services in Europe. However, housing-led and Housing First services and homelessness prevention are widespread, changing the ways in which homelessness is being responded to in Europe. This report is the eighth in a series produced by the European Observatory on Homelessness exploring pan-European issues through a questionnaire-based approach, using a group of national experts.

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  • Homelessness, European

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