Homelessness and domestic abuse: guidance for practitioners

Tips to help practitioners support people they work with who are homeless

It can be difficult to identify and support people who are experiencing domestic abuse and chronic homelessness. We’ve created a downloadable guide with tips to help practitioners:

  • consider multiple disadvantage
  • work with other agencies
  • work in a trauma-informed way
  • make language more accessible
  • support people to make the best decision for themselves. 

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