Pathway marks its 10-year anniversary in 2020.

The charity has been at the forefront of healthcare for homeless and excluded groups for the past 10 years; with service users at the core of what Pathway does and by promoting the highest clinical standards.

Pathway has supported a variety of projects during this period alongside developing Pathway hospital teams. These projects have ranged from respite services, to dentistry, to legal services, to mental health support and palliative care resources.

Conference delegates and guests are invited to join us for a reception to celebrate this landmark occasion from 6:00pm – 8:00pm at the conference venue on Wednesday 11th March.

Pathway is the UK’s leading homeless healthcare charity. Pathway has helped 10 hospitals in England to create teams who take care of over 3500 homeless patients every year. Pathway also carries out research and provides training through the Faculty for Homeless and Inclusion Health, a network of more than 1700 people who are passionate about healthcare for excluded groups. People who have been homeless are included in every area of our work.