Offers theoretical insight and practical help with developing client involvement in running and advising on existing provision of supported housing, campaigning for change and creating new services. It emphasises:
the importance of champions
commitment from senior management
independent advocacy, and the need for agencies to be open to ideas about changing their structures
Considers rationales, policy and lessons form other sectors, and provides extensive practical guidance, bridging the gap between practice guides and academic works and directly focusing on work in supported housing.
Practitioners, activists, policy makers, researchers, academics and students in housing, homelessness, offender management or social work.
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