“I am starting to feel like a human being again.”

Across the country, people experiencing multiple needs have benefited from services working better together. In this blog, Anne describes the support she’s received from the Cambridgeshire Chronically Excluded Adults service, which was developed using the MEAM Approach. I have a law degree and had a career in business. I worked and lived in London and never […]

A strong argument for putting Housing First

The Making Every Adult Matter coalition (Clinks, Homeless Link and Mind) has responded to Housing First: housing-led solutions to rough sleeping and homelessness, a new report from the Centre for Social Justice. As a key contributor to this report, we welcome its publication and recommendations. A range of responses are needed to end homelessness and […]

New funding improves support for the most vulnerable people in local communities

Big Lottery Fund - lottery funded

The Making Every Adult Matter (MEAM) coalition – formed of the national charities Clinks, Homeless Link and Mind – has today welcomed £2.78 million in new funding from the Big Lottery Fund to significantly expand support for people with multiple needs across England over the next five years. People with multiple needs face a combination […]