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Table 1 Target areas identified for assessment in 14 EU capital cities

From: Service provision and barriers to care for homeless people with mental health problems across 14 European capital cities

COUNTRY/CAPITAL AREA 1 AREA 2
(census year) (population) (population)
Austria/Vienna (2008) District 16 94,735 District 20 82,369
Belgium/Brussels (2007) Schaerbeek + St Josse 113,493+ 23,785 Molenbeek 81,632
Czech Republic/Prague (2006) Praha 3 + Praha 7 69,939 + 39,425 Praha 8 100,255
France/Paris (2006) Secteur Flandre psychiatric sector 102,387 La Courneuve + Aubervilliers in Seine Saint Denis 37,347 + 73,506
Germany/Berlin (2006) Wedding (the sub area of “Schillerpark” removed) 123,191 Kreuzberg 147,798
Hungary/Budapest (2001) District VIII. 81,787 District VII. and IX. 64,137+ 62,995
Italy/Rome (2007) District 7 117,479 District 15146,090
Ireland/Dublin (2006) Dublin North Central 126,572 Dublin West 134,020
Netherlands/Amsterdam (2006) Bos en Lommer + De Baarsjes + Geuzenveld-Slotermeer 30,045 + 33,767+ 41,314 Amsterdam Zuid Oost 78,922
Poland/Warsaw (2006) Praga Polnoc 73,207 Wola 142,025
Portugal/Lisbon (2001) A group of smaller areas 85,177 Marvila + Santa Maria dos Oliváis 82,753
Spain/Madrid (2006) Villaverde 146,859 Centro 149,797
Sweden/Stockholm (2010*) Rinkeby-Kysta + Spånga-Tensta + Skarpnäk 45,500 + 36,000 + 40,000 Södermalm 118,000
UK/London (2001) Hackney 202,824 Tower Hamlets 196,106
  1. *Figures provided were updated during the project using 2010 data.