Fieldwork dates: 19 October – 2 December 2015
|1||Older people (65+)||52||44||1||3|
|2||Single homeless incl. rough sleepers||24||67||7||2|
|4||Vulnerable young people (16-25)||38||18||31||13|
|7||Mental health problems||23||36||42||0|
|8||Drug or alcohol misuse needs||24||67||7||2|
|10||At risk of domestic abuse||13||33||55||0|
|11||Others incl. asylum seekers/ refugees etc.||30||42||26||2|
Source: Supported accommodation review - The scale, scope and cost of the supported housing sector | A report of research carried out by Ipsos MORI, Imogen Blood & Associates and Housing & Support Partnership on behalf of the DWP and the DCLG (Nov 2016) - Table 3.4 Profile of supported housing by client group and landlord by country on page 45.
The authors of the report advise that appropriate caution should be exercised when interpreting results at this level of disaggregation. Profile of the ‘Others’ category has been derived using the overall landlord type profile for working-age provision across each nation.