We’re delighted to announce that the interim evaluation report on our No Recourse to Public Funds (NRPF) project is now available for download.
We’re delighted to announce that our new Strategic Plan is now available for download. Commonweal Housing has now been delivering innovative housing solutions to social injustice for over a decade, and […]
Today we’re proud to celebrate Young Carer’s Awareness Day, and recognise the extraordinary young people around the UK who help to care for their sick or disabled parents, siblings, or […]
Danger that specialist support for women to leave prostitution behind being “undermined” Commonweal Housing releases a new report today investigating developments in policy and practice affecting services that support women to […]
Six years on from the launch of Chrysalis, we are now asking whether a lack of support for women exiting prostitution still exists. To help answer this question – Commonweal will […]
Thames Reach has been running Peer Landlord London (PLL) schemes for around two years now, and talking about it for a lot longer. The scheme relies on a tenant, the […]
The Peer Landlord scheme continues to provide high-quality, affordable and supportive private accommodation for those at risk of becoming homeless. Catch22 has delivered the Peer Landlord project in partnership with […]
Several years ago we received a letter from Commonweal Housing offering to help with our project for women with a strong history of street based prostitution and drug use. The […]
The winners of the REDEMPTION & JUSTICE AWARDS 2013 have been announced at a ceremony in Leicester.No Offence! hosted the awards, where Re-Unite won the Partnership Award. A huge thank you to No Offence! and well done to all the partners of Re-Unite who have worked so hard.
The first of two articles is from Ashley Horsley of Commonweal Housing who is concerned about the don’t ask don’t tell approach when it comes to women’s support services and prostitution.and the other from Ashleigh Haywood of St Mungo’s about Christmas if you’re homeless and separated from your children.