Our Programs for Homeless


This has been a difficult year for many of us. but this winter thousands will face the added challenge of being stuck in unsafe housing or the prospect of losing their home altogether.

To us, being homeless means sleeping on the streets or living in a hostel, shelter, or refuge. It also means living in supported housing because you have been homeless, sofa surfing, or living with friends/family as you have nowhere else to go. It could mean living in a B&B, squat, or other temporary accommodation.

We know homeless young people are sleeping rough on the streets every night – but there are thousands more you don’t see. If you’re rough sleeping, sofa surfing, or don’t feel safe in your home, we can help you.

Our work aims to prevent homelessness and support people at every step of their recovery from homelessness.

No one should be homeless and feel alone; together, let’s end homelessness by helping people off the streets and taking their first steps out of homelessness.

We aim to support homeless people to rebuild their lives and leave homelessness behind for good. Our work aims to prevent homelessness and support people at every step of their recovery from homelessness.


Skills & Training Network offers professional advice & support to help vulnerable people from BAMER backgrounds to find safe housing,

We support individuals to get back into education, training, and employment, by providing free wellbeing and safety advice, housing advice, skills and employment training, and legal guidance. Our service provision includes:

  • Helping individuals to find work and apply for jobs
  • Helping individuals to find suitable housing
  • Health & wellbeing support
  • Volunteering and work placement opportunities
  • Courses, workshops, and training opportunities (Including basic skills, e.g., English, Maths, and ICT and others)

We tailor our support to meet your needs so we can support you out of homelessness and help you work towards a more stable future.

Our dedicated and passionate advisors will work with you on a one-to-one basis to assess your needs, and identify which of our services you would most benefit from.

You can also get in touch if you’re worried about a young or adult person who may be facing homelessness or living in inadequate or unsuitable housing.

Make a Referral

Most of our training, courses, and services are free. We welcome all referrals from individuals or organisations. If you are ready to make a referral or to refer yourself. We are happy to hear from you.


How To Register

If you need help to find out about the services or training programs’ booking or you are looking for further information, please contact us, we are happy to assist you.

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