Our response to the 2017 Autumn Budget22 November 2017,
The Mental Health Foundation responds to Chancellor Philip Hammond's 2017 Autumn Budget.
Psychologically informed support for homeless people: what it means and why it’s crucial26 January 2017, Jenny Edwards, CBE
What are psychologically informed environments? What is an uninformed environment? Why are informed environments essential?
There are many housing options for people with learning disabilities to choose from. Finding the right house for the individual may take some time and thought, but it has been shown to significantly improve their quality of life.
Housing and mental health
Learn about the connection between housing and mental health. Find out how housing can impact mental health, what housing support is available and about mental health and homelessness.
Psychologically informed environments: a literature review22 February 2016
In this report, we assess the evidence available on psychologically informed environments in UK homelessness settings.
Housing and mental health: providing support for people in need2 February 2016,
Marguerite Regan looks at the recommendations of our recent report on housing and mental health.
Mental health and housing2 February 2016
In this report, the we have drawn on the expertise of people living and working in supported accommodation settings across England.
Homelessness and mental health10 December 2015,
Nina Hemming looks at the link between homelessness and mental health and what can be done in terms of policy and practice to address this inequality.