Helping staff in homelessness services to develop good practice in supporting people who identify as LGBTIQ+.
Supporting LGBTIQ+ people
Service providers are not always aware of the sexuality or gender identity of the people they support, and might not understand their needs. As a result, LGBTIQ+ individuals can struggle to get the right support, delaying their progression out of homelessness and increasing the risk of further disadvantage or exclusion.
This guidance, updated in 2019 by The Outside Project, is written for staff who are new to LGBTIQ+ issues, or those seeking to make their service more inclusive, welcoming and safe. It includes links to specialist agencies and resources to help you develop service provision tailored to individuals' needs.
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Assistant Director, Practice and Partnerships
Tasmin leads our Innovation & Good Practice and Partnerships teams. Current projects include Communities of Practice, Housing First England, London PLUS, Youth Homelessness, Day Centres, Reboot, Counts & Estimates, and our effective practice guidance and toolkits.
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