Homelessness; What Happens Now?

We've all been affected by the pandemic, but for many people, the crisis is only just begining...

70,000 UK households were made homeless during the pandemic and the number is rising... Help us to end homelessness not just manage it

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Providing continued support during the crisis

As the pandemic interim housing comes to an end for many local homeless people, what happens now?

Throughout every lockdown, we have been here caring for homeless people who were scared, alone and coping with complex health challenges.

Currently, we provide 200 people with a safe place to sleep, who would otherwise be sleeping on the streets. We know more people may become homeless and they will need our help.

To meet this growing crisis we are increasing our accommodation and support. Including increasing provision for women, complex ill mental health and "move on" accommodation.

Helping the vulnerable

The majority of people using our services have suffered severe trauma in their lives which impacts mental health and often results in substance misuse, as they are in a constant state of chaos or crisis. During this COVID-19 crisis, these challenges have been magnified and people need extra support to be able to cope.

Losing a child can have a catastrophic effect on a person's mental health. For Izzy, losing her baby after becoming homeless was a catalyst for change. With your support, we were able to get her back on her feet and on the road to recovery.

We still need your help

We really need your help to continue providing accommodation and support to vulnerable people.

Just £25 would enable us in this time of crisis to carry on providing stable, positive & safe accommodation, individual support, exercise, self-belief and calm emotions.

It’s not just one thing that helps someone recover from homelessness it is a range of things…never has this been as true as it is now.

Resilience is about getting through pain and disappointment without letting it crush your spirit. Our clients have suffered extreme trauma and moments of severe crisis. With your help we can provide hope and support.

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Your donation has a massive impact on the life of our clients. For all those who have, or will donate we would like to say...

A big thank you!

Homelessness; What Happens Now?

We've all been affected by the pandemic, but for many people, the crisis is only just begining...

70,000 UK households were made homeless during the pandemic and the number is rising... Help us to end homelessness not just manage it

Providing continued support during the crisis

As the pandemic interim housing comes to an end for many local homeless people, what happens now?

Throughout every lockdown, we have been here caring for homeless people who were scared, alone and coping with complex health challenges.

Currently, we provide 200 people with a safe place to sleep, who would otherwise be sleeping on the streets. We know more people may become homeless and they will need our help.

To meet this growing crisis we are increasing our accommodation and support. Including increasing provision for women, complex ill mental health and "move on" accommodation.

Helping the vulnerable

The majority of people using our services have suffered severe trauma in their lives which impacts mental health and often results in substance misuse, as they are in a constant state of chaos or crisis. During this COVID-19 crisis, these challenges have been magnified and people need extra support to be able to cope.

Losing a child can have a catastrophic effect on a person's mental health. For Izzy, losing her baby after becoming homeless was a catalyst for change. With your support, we were able to get her back on her feet and on the road to recovery.

We still need your help

We really need your help to continue providing accommodation and support to vulnerable people.

Just £25 would enable us in this time of crisis to carry on providing stable, positive & safe accommodation, individual s

It’s not just one thing that helps someone recover from homelessness it is a range of things…never has this been as true as it is now.

Resilience is about getting through pain and disappointment without letting it crush your spirit. Our clients have suffered extreme trauma and moments of severe crisis. With your help we can provide hope and support.

Your donation has a massive impact on the life of our clients. For all those who have, or will donate we would like to say...

A big thank you!

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