Our services

We support people who are vulnerable to the effects of homelessness, addiction, physical and mental health problems, poverty, social isolation and domestic abuse. Our services are open to a wide range of people, from the most chronically excluded rough sleepers, to ex care-leavers on low incomes needing support with housing, employment or training. Coming from a homeless or vulnerably housed background can typically lead to poor physical and emotional health, low self esteem, negative experiences of education or employment, low aspirations and bleak futures. See how our range of services combats this through a wholesome and welcoming programme of support:

Direct Access Services – Drop-in

Women’s Services

Outreach / Floating Support

Learning Programme, Skills Development and Job Club