CRESR

Understanding the mental health needs of homeless people in Nottingham

Project Director: Dr Kesia Reeve
Project Duration: 2016-2018

This study explores the mental health needs and experiences of Nottingham's homeless population, through a survey of homeless people, in-depth interviews with homeless people with mental ill health, and interviews with stakeholders. There is increasing recognition that the mental health needs of homeless people in Nottingham are not being met  and that services could be developed to better meet these needs. The study will make recommendations about how to  improve services in the city.

The project team also includes Angela Maye-Banbury (Sheffield Hallam University).

Project team

Principal Research Fellow, BA (Hons), Master of Research
Research Fellow
Principal Research Fellow, BA (Hons), PhD
Research Associate, BA (Hons), MA, PhD
Research Fellow, PhD
Research Fellow, BA (Hons), MA, MA
Research Fellow, BA, MA

Client

Nottingham City Clinical Commissioning Group
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