Fulfilling Lives Islington and Camden

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London Boroughs of Camden and Islington

Project Organisations

  • Project Lead: Single Homeless Project
  • Camden Council
  • Islington Council
  • Providence Row
  • Crime Reduction Initiatives (CRI)
  • Eagle Recovery Project
  • Holy Cross Centre Trust
  • Prison Advice and Care Trust (PACT)
  • Solace Women’s Aid
  • St Mungo’s Broadway
  • The Pilion Trust
  • One Support
  • Homeless Link
  • Groundswell
  • Business in the Community (BITC)

Key Contact

Alison Bearn

Contact us


020 7520 8660

What the project does

  • Assertive outreach service: modelling effective interventions for people experiencing multiple disadvantages
  • Peer mentoring programme: working with local partners to develop capacity to deliver peer mentoring programmes
  • Gender-informed development: piloting a multi-agency case conference tool across the sector; WiSER programme (a collaboration between the women’s and homelessness sectors on effective interventions for women experiencing multiple disadvantage and domestic abuse); piloting Housing First for women experiencing domestic abuse and multiple disadvantages and the development of gender-informed models in local hostel pathways.
  • Access to mental health services: evaluating the impact of therapeutic and psychological interventions; developing pre-treatment approaches and piloting a ‘dual diagnosis’ project in partnership with the mental health trust for people presenting in mental health crisis at A&E.
  • Access to physical health services: testing the efficacy of nurse-led outreach to people experiencing multiple disadvantage with chronic and acute physical health issues; a community-based wound care service alongside a programme of training for local practice nurses; and supporting the development of local health navigator programmes.
  • Housing and homelessness: Housing First; a multi-agency case coordination model across the hostel pathways; identifying women who are ‘hidden homeless’; and hosting an MHCLG-funded cross-borough Navigator service