Westminster Homelessness Partnership (WHP) is a group of organisations working together to end rough sleeping in Westminster.
The WHP is a vehicle for joint working and systems change.
By working together, we will help more people, more effectively and more sustainably. We identify barriers to ending rough sleeping and act collaboratively to address them, through changing our services, developing new provision and influencing and policy work.
The WHP is part of the European End Street Homelessness Campaign
A collaboration of cities that are working together to permanently house Europe’s most vulnerable people and end chronic street homelessness. For more information about the campaign visit the World Habitat website.
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Sharing data whether at individual data for working with people or aggregate for shaping services & policy. Vital and ever changing, no one has all the answers - we need to keep working together on this.Read More
RT @rice_becky: 💜 convening @WestminsterHP Practitioner Leads group… ‘a great group to work with – always keen to explore ideas for working…Read More
Our latest blog explores the work of the Practitioner Leads group and their ‘street count by name list’ initiative. https://t.co/ym707COs23Read More
RT @HomelessCharter: 📢 Now recruiting: Leicester's Homelessness Charter Project Coordinator. See below for more details & how to apply 👇…Read More
👇Great blog from Zakariya of the SOS team who reach out to support those exp rough sleeping in Westminster every night. ‘Thoughcare’ approach means street outreach can continue to work with people to sustain their accommodation💡Read More
The Project Manager and Facilitator of the WHP is a leadership role instrumental in driving the
progress of the partnership. The role requires an experienced professional able to work in a collaborate, sensitive way, supporting leaders and others to explore and respond to challenges and opportunities together. The role is hosted by The Passage.
Welcome to the Autumn Westminster Homelessness Partnership Newsletter. This edition is the women’s services special feature, covering information on support services, locations and resources for women. Please do pass this on to others in your organisation or networks who might be interested.