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How do homeless people make sense of interventions designed to help them?

By Simon Dwight

Edited by: Dr Michelle Fava; Research supervised by: Professor Paul Tracey

The homeless help each other navigate the streets. But forming relationships beyond the homeless community enables people to lift themselves out of homelessness, and that is hard to do. This study looks at the experiences of homeless people in Bedford, highlighting the need to consider human relationships as a crucial part of interventions designed to help the homeless.