Having a safe and stable place to call ‘home’ is essential to breaking the cycle of homelessness.
Our Home teams run round-the-clock supported accommodation projects – both communal houses and individual flats – for teenagers leaving the care system, young mothers struggling to keep their children, women escaping domestic abuse, and hundreds of other men and women at risk of homelessness across the North East and south London.
25% of the homeless population is made up of young people leaving care
Every one of our residents is supported by a key worker, who ensures they are involved in the decision making around their own programme of support and helps them to reach their self-set goals. This is supported by a programme of activities that includes budgeting and cooking courses, arts and crafts, exercise and wellbeing sessions.
We provide a loving space where people can develop new skills, rebuild their confidence, learn how to parent and realise their true worth – but, most importantly, have a place they can call home.