By throwing up hurdles for the roughly 25,000 chronically homeless people in Britain according to the charity’s website, Care HOME (formerly ManyHome), its critics say the government should use a much higher budget to more effectively target the problem.
Local authorities for deprived areas of England have been unable to adopt anything like the National Health Service’s system that earlier this year allowed council leaders to make a decision locally based on clinical need or economic need.
Care HOME said it had raised money for the first time recently and was trying to raise a further $10 million to stay afloatAlong with funding its controversial portable home beds, Care HOME said daily with a cash shortfall of approximately $20,000, it would decrease staff, cut services and cut the hours of patients it served.
“We need to increase our staff for a workforce that is (…) government sanctioned, is properly represented,” said Care HOME’s Chief Polina Dutton.
There are no family district.