We are running our workshop on supporting people through vulnerability assessments for a second time!

Due to the popularity of our workshop on vulnerability assessments, we will be running it for a second time - for those who were unable to attend the last one. 

Just like the first one, this will be a free workshop for community groups, social prescribers and other health professionals supporting people through vulnerability assessments. 

The workshop is funded by the Trust for London and it will take place on Monday 13th May, 10am-12pm

The workshop will include a hands-on session on how to write effective vulnerability letters. There is little awareness about letters/evidence to support vulnerability assessments, and their importance in the course of the homelessness application process. These letters can make the difference in determining whether the person applying is entitled to suitable housing - whether private rented sector accommodation or social housing. 

During the workshop, we will look at Law for Life’s information guide on How to support people who are homeless or threatened with homelessness. The guide provides information on what types of help people should receive and how to deal with local authorities’ housing departments when making homelessness applications. It also includes specific information on vulnerability letters.

The  workshop will be delivered by our Associate, Joanna Underwood, and it will be structured in an interactive way allowing space for participants to ask questions and share experiences

To attend the event please register via this link by Friday 3rd May: 


Spaces are limited and preference is given to members of small organisations and community groups.