In 2017, we were commissioned by SPEAR, a charity supporting people experiencing homelessness in South & West London to evaluate their Homeless Health Link Service (HHLS) which is funded by Big Lottery Fund. In this evaluation we provide an independent review and report on how well the service achieved its aims and met its outcomes by:

Seeking feedback from service users, volunteers and health and social care professionals on their experience of interacting with the service
Conducting a cost benefit assessment of the service.
Analysing monitoring and impact data.

This report builds on our 2015 evaluation – Saving Money, Saving Lives – of Homeless Health Peer Advocacy Service in Central London, run by the charity Groundswell.

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Posted on: 4 December 2018 Authors: Amanda Hill-Dixon, Hannah Davis,

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