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This work examines: the need for social support to enable the successful reintegration of homeless people into mainstream housing; the provision of supported housing in the EU countries; the problems and issues involved in the provision of support and housing. The report draws on the 1999 national reports of the correspondents of the European Observatory...
This work examines: the need for social support to enable the successful reintegration of homeless people into mainstream housing; the provision of supported housing in the EU countries; the problems and issues involved in the provision of support and housing. The report draws on the 1999 national reports of the correspondents of the European Observatory on Homelessness who conduct research on behalf of FEANTSA (the European Federation of National Organizations Working with the Homeless). The study explores the development of designated "supported accommodation", and other social support mechanisms for vulnerable people in the EU countries since the early 1980s. The authors consider the principles underlying the emergence of supported housing and describes the policy context of care services in the EU. The definition, emergence and nature of support in housing in the 15 member states is also explored. The authors conclude by highlighting the problems, issues and dilemmas in the pursuit of supported housing policies and in the implementation of those policies.
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