Street-based homelessness carries a hefty price to society of around £60-80K per year in NHS resources, law enforcement and benefits.
People who are homeless for three months create a cost.
- NHS = £4,298 per person
- Mental Health Services = £2,099
- Criminal Justice System = £11,991
It’s estimated that the annual cost to the government for each homeless person is circa £24-£30K per year.
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In mental health and in other social struggles, revolving door syndrome refers to the tendency of clients to get better for a while, and then end up relapsing.
More and more people are at risk of homelessness
Then there are the hidden homeless.
- Sofa surfers
- Living in unsafe or unsuitable accommodation
- Fleeing domestic violence
- Living with relatives or friends
- Experiencing violence and or harassment at their current address
THF is unique. Our mission is to secure meaningful employment for individuals who have experienced homelessness by partnering with companies that are willing and able to offer our clients a job – and a second chance at life.
This is what life could look like with the help of THF
and most importantly Businesses.
Experiencing The Reality
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