Rebuilding Lives: Longer-Term Outcomes For Homeless People who are Resettled

For the first time in the UK, information has been collected about the longer-term outcomes for homeless people who are resettled.

This research summary by King's College London examined their experiences over five years and their success in living independently and rebuilding their lives.

The study was carried out in London, Nottinghamshire and South Yorkshire and makes important findings on:

  • their housing stability since being resettled
  • the reasons why some people moved or became homeless again
  • the support they received and needed
  • and the extent to which they were able to attain employment.