Recommendations drawn from the work undertaken by project partners have now been formulated. These are available in partner languages in PDF format below:

4.1 Final Recommendations – English (PDF file download)

4.1a Final Recommendations – Bulgarian (PDF file download)

4.1b Final Recommendations – German (PDF file download)

4.1c Final Recommendations – Norwegian (PDF file download)

4.1d Final Recommendations – Spanish (PDF file download)

Partners have now completed work on the Street-to-Home evidence base (Work Stream 5) The key task of this work stream is to widen the evidence base by drawing information from EU countries not represented in the partnership. This involved desk-based research to identify existing projects, policy and initiatives in operation for the target group of women with multiple needs. Telephone interviews with key stakeholders were also undertaken. The work stream also identifies examples of best practice in a further two EU countries not represented in the current partnership. The work stream report is available in partner languages in PDF format below. The best practice examples are available in Word:

5.2a Work Stream 5 Report – Bulgarian (PDF file download)

5.2b Work Stream 5 Report – English (PDF file download)

5.2c Work Stream 5 Report – German (PDF file download)

5.2d Work Stream 5 Report – Spanish (PDF file download)

5.1a Best Practice Example – Ireland (Word)

5.1b Best Practice Example – Romania (Word)

Partners have now completed project dissemination events. The document below provides a summary of the key points arising from these activities:

1.5 Key Points from Seminars

An EU Vision document drawing on the work undertaken by partners has now been produced. This document addresses the current state of provision and suggests ways to achieve a minimum standard of provision across the EU. It can be accessed below:

3.3 EU Vision Document

3.3a EU Vision Document Summary

A Briefing Document summarizing the findings of the Partner national reports has been produced. It can be accessed below:

3.2 Briefing Document

Project partners from five countries across Europe (UK, Germany, Bulgaria, Spain and Norway) have looked in detail at the support needs of vulnerable women in their countries and developed an evidence base using examples of best practice and in-depth interviews with women. Individual national reports, one of the major deliverables of the From Street to Home project, have now been completed that summarize current provision. The reports are available for download in PDF format below:

3.1a National Report Bulgaria – (PDF file download)

3.1b National Report Germany – (PDF file download)

3.1c National Report Norway – (PDF file download)

3.1d National Report Spain – (PDF file download)

3.1e National Report UK – (PDF file download)

The UK ‘From Street-to-Home’ Country Seminar was held on Wednesday 14th May 2014 at the Midland Heart offices in Birmingham UK. The following are clips of the presentations given at the event

S2H – Event Montage from BCMCR on Vimeo.

S2H – Morag MacDonald – Introduction to Project from BCMCR on Vimeo.

S2H – Vicky Pryce – Reflections from BCMCR on Vimeo.

S2H – Gail Walters & Joy Doal – Results of Partner Evaluation from BCMCR on Vimeo.

S2H – Steven Russell & Katherine Haynes – Cost Benefit Analysis from BCMCR on Vimeo.

S2H – Question & Answer Session from BCMCR on Vimeo.

The UK partners have completed an evaluation of the Midland Heart and Anawim partnership, which is one of the major objectives of the From Street to Home project. The Anawim/Midland Heart informal agreement was identified as a potential model of good practice and suitable as an evaluation case study. The report is available for download in PDF format below.

2.1 Daphne Street to Home – UK Evaluation Report – Final

A summary report is also available in PDF format below.

2.1a – Daphne Street to Home – Breaking the Cycle – Summary Report

At the second partner meeting in Bergen, partners presented preliminary findings from their research to date that focused on the situation in their countries. The UK partner also provided an update on the service evaluation taking place and prompted discussion about further project deliverables including the dissemination events and production of the EU Vision Document. Findings are summarised in the partner presentations below.

Partner Meeting 2: Bulgarian Presentation (PPT file)

Partner Meeting 2: German Presentation (PPT file)

Partner Meeting 2: Spanish Presentation (PPT file)

Partner Meeting 2: UK Presentation (PPT file)

Partner Meeting 2: Norway Presentation (PPT file)