Welcome to the Framework blog, where you will find regular updates of our work, our wonderful supporters and the people we exist to support.
23 Aug 2019
"If I didn't have my dog, I probably wouldn't be here"
Mr.Fang is a Framework resident with a difference. He’s fluffy, he’s furry… and he’s also a dog – an adorable Husky belonging to Shane, a formerly homeless man who lives with us.
07 Aug 2019
Barista - more than just a coffee shop
Barista, located on the high-street of Sutton-in-Ashfield, is more than just coffee shop. It is a social enterprise helping people who face barriers into employment to gain lived experience. The barriers people face include experiencing or experienced hom
02 Aug 2019
Empowering homeless people with supported housing
In Lincoln we provide a pathway of accommodation services that take people from being homeless to a home of their own. Pathways Centre manager Louise explains in a series of question and answers how our supported housing services empower people to address
21 Jun 2019
Framework welcomes Homelessness Minister
Homelessness Minister Heather Wheeler MP was welcomed to Mansfield today, where she learned more about our supported housing and street outreach work.
20 Apr 2019
Ending no-fault evictions – a welcome move but care needed
As an organisation that supports homeless people we very much welcome government plans to end no fault evictions, but care is needed to ensure this proposed legislation does not come with unintended consequences.
19 Apr 2019
Homelessness in America
A blog update from Framework employee and Roosevelt Scholar Tori Harrison
12 Mar 2019
A place to call home after a decade of rough sleeping
Sarah* had been sleeping rough on and off for around ten years when our Street Outreach Team found her.
08 Mar 2019
"I have met very strong women who have been through hell and back"
Jayne has worked with homeless people for more than a decade. As manager of our Women only Complex Needs service in Nottingham City Council she knows only too well the unique challenges and risks faced by homeless women. For International Women’s Day she
08 Mar 2019
"Love, from the Cradle to the Grave".
Mary White, one of our larger than life supporters, has dedicated her life to fight homelessness. Now approaching eighty years of age, she is still as passionate, caring and dedicated to eradicating homelessness as she ever was.
26 Feb 2019
Survival Skills for the Home
SS4TH, it is Survival Skills for the Home, which has been specially designed to be delivered in a purpose build ‘mock flat’ and has a hands on approach to learning.