Surviving Homelessness

The causes of homelessness are varied and complex. In most cases mental wellbeing of homeless individuals is adversely affected, leading to loss of confidence, anxiety, depression, and more serious mental health conditions.

A key component for the wellbeing of homeless people is to establish confidence and good mental health so they can take the necessary steps to rebuild their lives. Although experienced workers in homeless services may be aware of some of the mental health issues faced by homeless people, many new workers and volunteers may not.

This DVD/video can be used as a training resource for new staff and volunteers.

Raising greater awareness of mental wellbeing for homeless people is a crucial factor in helping homeless people to rebuild their lives.

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It's great! Thank you so much. This will be really useful to show our new volunteers. I think it's a really good film and a great resource for us all working in this field

Mike Tomas,
Centre Manager,
North London Action for the Homeless

That is an excellent film with a clear message for training volunteers in understanding some of the key challenges for people who are homeless, and the importance of meeting people where they are at, listening and understanding of common ground

Dr Sara Ketteley,
Consultant Psychiatrist,
Great Chapel Street Medical Centre

I really like it. Really wonderful editing and how you've inter-weaved the re-occurring themes across different peoples' narratives. well done

John Conolly,
Lead Counsellor,
Westminster Homeless Health Service

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