Having somewhere safe to live is an essential step towards recovery. So we start by housing people and then work with them to address their issues, make changes to their behaviour and improve their health and wellbeing.
Our community housing begins with emergency shelter for people living on the streets who may have complex needs and moves on to transitional housing for those who are preparing for the challenge of independent living.
Housing is combined with structured therapeutic programmes (delivered with our health and social care partners), that motivate change, promote learning and development and build resilience. We support people to rebuild family relationships, connect with others and participate in the life of the community.
Our programmes are inspired and delivered by peers whose direct lived experience of homelessness and social exclusion increases their impact and authenticity.
We are always interested in talking to people who share our passion and values – please get in touch to discuss how we can work together.