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Families Shouldn't Spend More Than Six Months In Emergency Accommodation

The Family and Child Homelessness study warns of the danger of children becoming institutionalised

Families should not spend more than six months in emergency accommodation, according to a new cross party report.

The Family and Child Homelessness study warns of the danger of children becoming institutionalised if they stay too long in a hotel or hub.

It also recommends the practice of forcing people to leave temporary accommodation during the day, should be ended.

Mark Cooney, chairperson of the Midlands Simon Community agrees with the findings of the study:

 

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