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Added 10 August 2023

The aim of this Toolkit is to help non-UK nationals who are experiencing homelessness in London to access substance misuse treatment and support.

The Toolkit seeks to clarify entitlements around migrants’ eligibility for drug and alcohol support and treatment, taking account of recent changes, including those resulting from the UK’s withdrawal from the European Union.

The Toolkit is a resource for frontline staff and managers who work with migrants experiencing homelessness – helping them to understand migrants’ entitlements to drug and alcohol services and providing guidance which will help staff take decisions around accessing services and support, making best use of available resources and improving outcomes for their service users.

Related resources

To help you get the best out of the toolkit, we have recorded a webinar with Bethan Lant from Praxis.

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