Our Impact In Numbers Our Statistics In the year to 31 March 2021: Outcome Figure Description Demographics 315 238 (76%) were adults and 77 (24%) children. 158 (50%) tenants classed themselves as White British. 12 (8%) tenants would consider themselves to have a disability. Maintaining Tenancy 95% The number of tenants who remain in Hope into Action properties and/or moved on well after deducting negative move ons was 300. This equates to 95% of the total tenant cohort. 76 positive move on this year. Up from 61 in the year before Abstaining from Crime 94% 21% of our tenants housed have previously served a custodial sentence. Of those, 94% did not reoffend. Of the 3 (6%) tenants who did return to custody, 1 (33%) we re-housed. Reducing Drug and Alcohol Intake 88% 30% of our tenants housed have declared an unhealthy relationship with drugs and alcohol. 88% of those have maintained their usage or sobriety, reduced their dependency or became sober. Improved Social Relationships 84% 58% of our tenants felt that they had improved their social relationships; 26% of tenants felt that they had maintained positive relationships. Meaningful Use of Time: Volunteering, Training and Education 42% The number of adult tenants in education, training or volunteering was 99 (42%). Meaningful Use of Time: Employment 30% The number of adult tenants who were in employment of all kinds (zero hours, full and part time contracts) is 72 (30%). 38 (16%) of all adult tenants were unable to work. Improving Financial Management 72% 126 (53%) tenants did not have rent arrears; 46 (19%) tenants were actively managing debt. 59 (25%) of our tenants would describe themselves as having an improving financial situation. 112 (47%) tenants paid their personal charge by standing order. Physical and Mental Health 94% 160 (51%) of our tenants indicated that they had physical or mental health needs. 151 (94%) of these maintained or improved this during the year. There were 2 deaths (one from Covid-19), 5 pregnancies and 10 instances of overnight hospital stays. Engaging with Faith and Spirituality 29% 90 (29%) of tenants engaged with faith over and above that provided by the Friendship and Support group. The number of tenants regularly attending church (regular here being more than once a month) was 37 (12%). 321 referrals received across the network 15 more tenants than last year (300) 14 new homes opened Thanks to our supporters, through prayer, investment, donations or volunteering, Hope into Action partner churches were able to give homes, listening and love to a total of 238 adults and 77 children: refugees, former sex-workers, those leaving prison, addiction, domestic violence and abuse or rough sleeping. For stories of hope behind the statistics, please read on here.