Homelessness in its broadest sense is an issue faced by people who lack a place to live that is supportive, affordable, decent and secure. Whilst rough sleepers are the most visible homeless population, the vast majority of homeless people in the UK are in temporary accommodation such as hostels and bed and breakfasts or sleeping on people’s sofas or kitchen floors.

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Strategy for Preventing and Ending Homelessness

Welsh Government

Preventing Homelessness and Promoting Independence: A Positive Pathway to Adulthood

Welsh Government, Cymorth Cymru

Voices of those with lived experience of homelessness and adversity in Wales Report

Public Health Wales

Out On The Streets – LGBTQ+ Youth Homelessness in Wales


Tackling Homelessness: A Rapid Evidence Review

Public Policy Institute for Wales

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