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Hope stops when you become homeless.
Last year, over 122,000 young people, aged 16-25, approached their local council because they were homeless or at risk of homelessness. Many of whom have suffered violence, abuse, and neglect in their young lives and have never been given the opportunity to thrive.
Centrepoint is the UK’s leading youth homelessness charity, supporting over 14,000 young people every year. Our first objective has always been to provide a safe and secure place to call home for vulnerable young people. But Centrepoint's support extends far beyond a bed.
Our in-house team of health professionals provide much needed and specialist mental and physical health support. Once ready, young people are encouraged to access Centrepoint’s education and employment programmes; helping them to look forward to their futures. This holistic approach has resulted in 94% of young people who leave Centrepoint moving on positively.
Since 1969, we have transformed the lives of over 150,000 young people. At Centrepoint, we can be a turning point for young people. With your support, we can continue to give thousands of homeless young people across the country a second chance. Become a payroll giver today and help Centrepoint’s mission to end youth homelessness by 2037, so that we can end homelessness for the next generation.
The Connection is London's busiest homelessness charity supporting people away from the streets through specialist services including: a day & night centre, street outreach, help finding employment & specialist mental health & addiction support.
Crisis is the national charity for single homeless people. We are dedicated to ending homelessness by delivering life-changing services and campaigning for change.
Crisis provides services in: Education, employment, housing, health and welfare. With more than 40 years of work, they have built up a huge body of expertise and experience directly influencing policy and practice in a number of areas. They also deliver and commission research to better understand the causes and nature of homelessness.
The Salvation army works to bring salvation to the poor, destitute and hungry by meeting both their ""physical and spiritual needs"". It is present in 126 countries, running charity shops, operating shelters for the homeless, and providing disaster relief and humanitarian aid to developing countries.
The Salvation Army provides a range of services to support families, young people and children through their local churches (corps) and community centres. Many of these facilities are registered and regularly inspected by Ofsted or the relevant local authority.
Services for the homeless
The specialist support programme is designed to preserve the dignity of victims, protect and care for them in safe accommodation, and provide access to confidential client-based support services to give victims the space to reflect, recover and rebuild their lives.
Support for eldergy
People can find themselves in poverty because of a major change in circumstances, others come from a background of entrenched, generational poverty. We support people on a journey towards a sustainable outcome.
The Family Tracing Service is here to support people who are looking for family members
We offer tailored support to help people become job-ready, to get a job and to stay in work and we do so as a locally-based organisation operating from more than 1,000 locations.
At our confidentially-located community setting, we offer safety and ongoing support to women and their children as well as single females who have experienced domestic abuse. Each resident is respected and valued as an individual and the support they are offered is holistic and tailored to meet individual needs.
We believe that a home is a fundamental right - it’s the foundation on which our lives are built, it opens the door to employment, health, education, and it’s the basis of strong communities.
Yet millions of people in Britain are denied the right to a safe home. Shelter exists to defend that right, and every day, we stand alongside those most at risk from the housing emergency through our campaigns for change, emergency support and specialist legal advice.
Because home is everything.
Our vision is that everyone has a place to call home and can fulfil their hopes and ambitions.
As a homelessness charity and a housing association our clients are at the heart of what we do.
We provide a bed and support to more than 2,500 people a night who are either homeless or at risk, and works to prevent homelessness, helping about 25,000 people a year.
We support men and women through more than 250 projects including:
Emergency, hostel and supportive housing projects
Specialist physical and mental health services
Skills and work services
We believe in our clients' potential. We are committed to every individual's sustainable recovery