We’re all about using our design to make a positive impact in the world. So, we’re delighted to say we’ll be working with London’s homeless health programme, which helps to make health and social care more accessible for people facing homelessness.
The programme is led by the NHS’s Transformation Partners in Health and Care (TPHC). We are creating a visual identity and brand for the pan-London transformation programme, under the new name ‘Homeless Health London’.
People facing homelessness experience significant barriers in getting support for physical and mental health conditions. As a result, this demographic faces substantial health inequalities and poorer health outcomes than the rest of the population – reportedly, around 63% of people experiencing homelessness have a long term illness or disability.
Our work to create Homeless Health London’s visual identity and brand will play a key role in creating a unified look and feel for the programme and help spread awareness about its work.
We’ve got plenty of relevant experience to call on. We’ve previously worked with TPHC before on a couple of other projects; we gave the Fast-Track Cities initiative, which aims to end new cases of HIV by 2030, a full rebrand for its London-based programme. We also continuously provide design support for mental wellbeing services Good Thinking and Thrive LDN.
SHARE, a collective investigating the inequalities that lead to poor sexual health and HIV, is another amazing healthcare project we’re proud to have worked on.
If you’re looking for a design specialist when it comes to positive impact, including healthcare and mental health, we’d love to talk – drop us a note: firstname.lastname@example.org
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