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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Thank you v much to Caroline at @street_storage for coming and telling our practitioners group more about your approach and offer this week. Really interesting& useful session 💫Read More
Research opportunity! The Westminster Homelessness Partnership is seeking an independent evaluation partner to undertaken an evaluation of the Roma Rough Sleeping Team. Please share across networks.Read More
We have identified the areas where we most need to work together in this critical year and beyond: read the WHP strategy here: https://t.co/hEWKSVfKSORead More
Some of the areas we identified: testing testing testing; exemptions to isolation are not favoured by our organisations; tight infection control; local, organisational and shared continuity plans including supporting each other in the event of staff shortagesRead More
Welcome to the Summer Westminster Homelessness Partnership Newsletter. In this edition we cover the WHP Strategy, Changing Futures Funding, Westminster Rough Sleepers Drug and Alcohol Service and the work of the Bridge. Please do pass this on to others in your organisation or networks who might be interested.