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Ewan Aitken Cyrenians Chief Executive August blog

Ewan Aitken tells us that Covid-19 has provided a golden opportunity for long lasting positive change. "We are at a unique moment in history together, one where what was previously cast aside by some…

Housing First Systems Fidelity

No Housing First service operates in isolation, all services are connected to a wider system of support structures. How can we ensure that this wider system supports the Housing First approach,…

The Launch of Housing First Academy by Samara Jones

The experience of ‘sheltering in place’ and the much publicised need for physical distancing to protect the most vulnerable members of our societies has prompted the wider public to think about how we…

The Launch of Housing First Academy Kevin Stewart MSP

The experience of ‘sheltering in place’ and the much publicised need for physical distancing to protect the most vulnerable members of our societies has prompted the wider public to think about how we…

The Salvation Army’s Lead for Housing First for Scotland

The Salvation Army is first and foremost a church and a charity, operates in over 131 countries and is also one of the largest providers of homelessness services.

The Launch of Housing First Academy by Maggie Brünjes

Maggie Brünjes, Chief Executive of Homeless Network Scotland writes about the unique role that Turning Point Scotland has in the story of Housing First in Scotland and why the launch of the Housing…

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