Review of provision of supported housing for those with mental health needs sidelines race

Friday, 01 July 2016

Centre_for_MH_report_-_More_than_shelter_-_supported_accomodation_June_16A Department of Health commissioned literature review on people with mental health problems and housing's failure to make any reference to race, or the body of evidence which shows that the social and economic exclusion faced by ethnic minority groups makes them more vulnerable to becoming homeless, raises concerns across Britons black communities, that this omission is part of a move see the injustices faced by black patients who use mental health services remain unaddressed.

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