Do partnerships improve people’s health?

Partnerships between housing and health improve health outcomes for some of the most vulnerable people in our communities, and now our members and partners are gathering the evidence to prove it.

Health begins at home

Family Mosaic, which provides housing, care and support services in London, Essex and the Southeast carried out a study which tested the effectiveness of two interventions to improve the health and wellbeing of a group of older people.

Demonstrating the Effectiveness of Housing Support Services for People with Mental Health Problems: A Review

Research from the Centre for Housing Policy at the University of York identifies measures which can be used to demonstrate the effectiveness of housing related support for people with mental health problems.

Evaluating integrated and community-based care: How do we know what works?

This Nuffield Trust paper outlines an evaluation of community-based interventions and their impact. It highlights nine points which may help those designing, implementing and evaluating future interventions.

Helping measure person-centred care

A Health Foundation review brings together evidence about commonly used tools and approaches to measure the extent to which care is person-centred

On the Pulse

This report explores how health and housing partnerships can enable older people to manage changes in their health, help people live as independently as possible, and reduce the need for more costly care.

Making our health and care systems fit for an ageing population

Drawing upon innovative examples from the sector, this report from the King’s Fund explains how to provide the best high quality care for older people.