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The Debates about Housing First in Europe

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JournalHomelessness in Europe
DatePublished - 1 Nov 2014
Pages6-7
Number of pages2
PublisherFEANTSA
Original languageEnglish

Abstract

As we have argued in the European Journal of Homelessness and as others have elsewhere, adherence to the core philosophy appears to be at the heart of successful use of Housing First, i.e. enabling choice, providing intensive open-endedsupport, following harm reduction and not making housing conditional on complying with a service or treatment plan. Yet while the detail of service delivery may be secondary to following the core philosophy, this does not mean that variations in service deliveryare not important, and we still do not know enough about what forms of Housing First might be the most effective in different contexts.

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  • Housing First, Homelessness

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  • Housing First England

    Impact: Public Policy, Professional Practice

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