BOOK NOW Touching the Void An Introduction to Trauma-Informed Care Complementary to psychologically informed environments, Trauma-Informed Care is an approach for service delivery for people who have complex needs and may be vulnerable. As with PIE, Trauma-Informed Care is intended to develop understanding and to shift the focus of service delivery towards improving the psychological … Continued

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Working with colleagues from across the homelessness sector (both those who work in services and those who use them) we set out to find out about what is good about homelessness services in Glasgow, what could be made better and how that should happen. To do this, we co-produced a survey with 7 questions which … Continued

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The involvement of people who have lived experience of homelessness or poor housing is really beginning to influence the development of both practice and policy. The Scottish Homelessness Involvement and Empowerment Network, the Scottish Co-production Network, and Shelter Scotland invited people with experience of homelessness and people working in the field to explore how we … Continued

The Next Piece | Co-production in homelessness services (PDF) 73 individuals including people with lived experience, policy makers, staff, academics, volunteers and community members from across Scotland attended the SHIEN national conference in Glasgow. All were invited to attend as community members, in recognition of the range of expertise everyone has – as professionals, volunteers, friends, … Continued