Our vision and strategy

We want a country free from homelessness, where everyone has a place to call home and can expect the support they need to keep it. Our vision outlines what needs to happen for homelessness to end. Our strategy describes the approach we will take to get there.

If tomorrow you lost everything, what would it take to rebuild your life?

Anyone can become homeless. It is an issue that harms individuals, damages communities, yet in most cases it can be prevented.

We believe there is no place for homelessness in modern Britain. 

We believe that with the right approach from homelessness, housing and other sectors, and from government and funders, homelessness can and will end.

What will it take to end homelessness?

To achieve this ambition, we need to:

  1. Act faster to prevent people from losing their homes. 
  2. Ensure if you do become homeless, it’s for the shortest time possible
  3. Provide those with complex problems with the long-term housing and help they need
  4. Support people to realise their potential and avoid becoming homeless again.

To find out more about the Homeless Link vision, download A Place to Call Your Home below.

Making the difference: the strategic plan to end homelessness 2015-2020

At Homeless Link we do not ask whether homelessness can be ended but what action we can take to make it happen.

Our strategy covers a five year period from 2015-2020. It brings together our vision and beliefs; our mission, values and behaviours; and it describes the actions that we will take.

Our approach is to strengthen, sustain, grow and innovate with our partners.

To find out more about the Homeless Link strategy, download Making the Difference below.

Vision: A Place to Call Your Home

In A Place to Call Your Home, we set out the steps society must take in order to make homelessness a thing of the past.

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Making the Difference: the strategic plan to end homelessness 2015-2020

This strategy covers a five year period from 2015-2020. It brings together our vision and beliefs; our mission, values and behaviours; and it describes the actions that we will take.

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"We should aim for seamless services that ensure a 'no wrong door' approach to access."

David Carter, The Whitechapel Centre

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