Southern

partners

Ark Safe Space

Cornwall

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We are a community interest company built upon christian foundations with a heart for the community. We welcome all people regardless of their faith or background.The aim of the Ark is to provide a safe place when the storms of life come and that the people we meet feel supported, encouraged and empowered to achieve their goals and aspirations. One of Ark's safe spaces is supported housing for women providing guidance and mentoring towards positive change.

contact

Rob & Sarah Simons

T:

07958682895

A:

57 High Street, Cornwall, TR18 2SU

location

GP BEDS

10

other beds

0

partnership est.

Apr 2018

CHURCHES INVOLVED

1

Barking Churches Unite

Barking

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Barking Churches Unite (BCU) is a charitable group representing churches and Christians in Barking who are committed to working and praying together for the transformation of our community and who uphold the Evangelical Alliance basis of faith. Unity is not uniformity and the BCU membership includes churches that have different expressions of faith but who stand together as the Body of Christ in our town! Prayer is a priority for BCU and activities include street prayer and joint prayer meetings, regular meetings of children's and youth leaders for prayer, and an intercessors group praying regularly for the Barking community. We are excited to be partnering with Green Pastures to help the homeless in our area!

contact

Bill Dear

T:

020 8924 0538

A:

Barking Baptist Church, 28 Linton Road, Barking, IG11 8HG

location

GP BEDS

0

other beds

0

partnership est.

Dec 2020

CHURCHES INVOLVED

9

Beacon Church Havant

HAVANT

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Life can be chaotic. Unexpected things can suddenly happen. The stability of the home can evaporate. Beacon Housing is the housing arm of Beacon Church Havant that aims to help deal with these issues. We provide supported housing to help young people at risk of homelessness, offering rooms to single men up to 35 years of age. We provide support and care to our residents to help them grow in their faith and their life skills.

contact

Simon and Ann Waters

T:

023 9247 0167

A:

The Beacon, 69-73 Meridian Centre, Havant, Hampshire, PO9 1UN

location

GP BEDS

4

other beds

0

partnership est.

Jun 2020

CHURCHES INVOLVED

1

Bethel Tabernacle

London

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Bethel Tabernacle supports some of London’s most vulnerable people who are homeless or at risk of homelessness, through the provision of supported housing and community-based support services. We work with our clients to understand their psychological and emotional needs, to support them with their recovery and to enable them to develop the resources to live independently and achieve personally meaningful goals. As the underlying causes of homelessness are complex and varied, our services also specialise in helping those homeless on the streets of London with a trolley and three committed volunteers who went out every Sunday morning.

contact

Segun Olusho

T:

0203 633 3837

A:

153, Launcelot Road, Bromley, BR1 5EA

location

GP BEDS

2

other beds

partnership est.

Jan 2015

CHURCHES INVOLVED

1

Broadreach Homeless Services

Essex

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Broadreach Homeless Services is a department set up for single homeless people support. We are dedicated to ending homelessness by delivering life-changing services and campaigning for change. With more than 14 years of work, we’ve built up a huge body of expertise and experience directly influencing policy and practice in a number of areas. We also deliver and commission research to better understand the causes and nature of homelessness. To provide temporary/permanent housing with supportive services meeting the long-term needs of chronic homeless individuals and promoting the gospel of Christ to those who are willing to know Christ.

contact

Hannah Abiola-Obe

T:

01322 226 121

A:

1st Floor, 701-707 Princes Road, Dartford, Kent, DA2 6EF

location

GP BEDS

9

other beds

0

partnership est.

Jun 2015

CHURCHES INVOLVED

City Church Bristol

Bristol

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As a church we want the whole of Bristol to know the life-changing truth about Jesus and to see people’s lives all across the city transformed by God. Our church vision is ‘Helping Bristol Believe by reaching the whole of Bristol with the gospel, restoring broken lives and resourcing sites and cities by making disciples and training leaders. We are a growing community of diverse people with a desire to love Jesus, love each other and love our city. Our faith is rooted in the teaching of the Bible, and we expect to encounter the presence of God through His Holy Spirit whenever we gather.

contact

Jess Welchman

T:

07498 789139

A:

The Elmgrove Centre, Elmgrove Rd, Bristol, BS6 6AH

location

GP BEDS

0

other beds

0

partnership est.

Feb 2021

CHURCHES INVOLVED

1

Ella's

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Ella's is a London-based organisation working with women who have survived trafficking and sexual exploitation. They are passionate and driven to provide the best care for as many survivors as possible. The support that Ella's provides is not just a 'nice to have' for women who have survived trafficking and exploitation - it is essential to their safety and freedom. Without it, many would fall back into danger.

contact

Lauren Martin

T:

07410 982 030

A:

The Arc Club, 72–76 Digby Road, London E9 6HX

location

GP BEDS

3

other beds

5

partnership est.

Jun 2014

CHURCHES INVOLVED

6

Evergreen House

Wells

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Here at the Elim Connect Centre we love participating in community life and believe we all have something to give and something we need. Far more than just a community project, we are committed to the discovery of hope, meaning and strength through the connecting of our lives. Community Outreach is supporting change in people challenged by complex and multiple needs such as homelessness, addiction, mental health or other life-controlling issues. We work with key organisations to enable fast and effective access to a wide range of services. Our skilled and dedicated team provide short and long-term, person-centred support to create real life difference.

contact

Jim

T:

01749 677097

A:

Elim Connect Centre, Somerset, BA5 2BE

location

GP BEDS

4

other beds

7

partnership est.

Aug 2018

CHURCHES INVOLVED

1

Extending Grace

GRAVESEND

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Extending Grace Int’l is a non-profit Christian charity with the aim to see a world where no one is under privileged as God originally intended for them and we achieve this by running various projects that meet the needs of people in our immediate community and the world at large. At our housing project we provide ongoing pastoral care and a key working system which give service users access to comprehensive support including general counselling and advice on housing and welfare benefits, job training, gaining life skills, budgeting & managing bills, and other assistance they may need to get their lives back.

contact

Janet Olanrewaju

T:

01474 357256

A:

55 High Street, Gravesend, Kent, DA11 0BB

location

GP BEDS

8

other beds

0

partnership est.

Aug 2017

CHURCHES INVOLVED

3

Freedom Community Alliance

Barnstaple

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We are a ‘needs led’ organisation where we recognise a need that is not being met for the vulnerable in our community we do our best to fill the gap. This involves working with a range of vulnerable groups including homeless people, those suffering from addiction issues, people with poor physical and mental health, debt and poverty and those who simply want to improve their health or improve their life skills. We are a Christian charity outworking the vision of Freedom Church to help the marginalised and socially excluded, demonstrating the heart and love of God in our community. We believe a multi-agency, holistic approach is how we can best meet each individual’s specific needs.

contact

Phil Noall

T:

01271 321171

A:

Freedom Centre, 1 Howard Ave, Barnstaple, EX32 8QA

location

GP BEDS

16

other beds

44

partnership est.

Jul 2014

CHURCHES INVOLVED

8

Fresh Horizons CNB

Harrow

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Offering a helping hand to those who need it. Our organisation offers homeless individuals a second chance by providing them with shelter, support and rehabilitation programmes. Fresh Horizons CNB offers a safe and stable living environment for those who are on the journey back to independent living. We provide supported accommodation, which includes life skills training, basic care and counselling services. This encourages individuals to achieve their goals by restoring their self-confidence and independence. Our services are offered to individuals who have been referred to us by Night Shelters and other homeless shelter organisations throughout Greater London.

contact

Rose McGowan

T:

0203 581 2988

A:

31A Heather Park Drive, Wembley, Middlesex, HA0 1SP

location

GP BEDS

8

other beds

0

partnership est.

Jun 2013

CHURCHES INVOLVED

Friends First

Hove

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Our mission is transform lives by empowering individuals to break cycles of dependency, long-term unemployment, social-isolation and homelessness. Our pathway tackles the root causes of these issues with a holistic, person-centred approach so individuals can grow in their aspirations and re-integrate positively into their communities. Friends First support disadvantaged and long-term unemployed people to gain work-ready skills, secure employment, and find safe and supported accommodation. We offer a unique opportunity to those in need of a ‘hand up’ who are motivated and willing to work hard in order to achieve lasting, positive change in their lives.

contact

Georgia Collier

T:

01273 840880

A:

21-23 Clarendon Villas, Hove, BN3 3RE

location

GP BEDS

3

other beds

5

partnership est.

Apr 2008

CHURCHES INVOLVED

3

Gilgal Community Service

Dartford

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Gilgal CIC is an organisation inspired by God to help, support and to tackle the problem of homelessness in our community in partnership with Green Pastures and the other partners all around the UK. One of the Directors has been dealing with the homeless people since 1999 while working with the Salvation Army for 11years. Due to the passion of one of the Directors of Gilgal, he started his own homeless project in 2010 and with some volunteers from his Church, Christ Apostolic Church, Solution Centre, they formed a partnership with the Green Pastures in 2014.

contact

Michael Adekoya

T:

07956383870

A:

76 Truro Road, Gravesend, Kent, DA12 5RF

location

GP BEDS

8

other beds

0

partnership est.

Feb 2018

CHURCHES INVOLVED

2

Greenhouse Community Project

Plymouth

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GCP sees lives transformed through community living which brings people into the heart of God’s family. The project supports people coming out of addiction alongside those most vulnerable in society and allows residents to discover their identity free from addiction. Residents not only live together, but they eat, pray and work together. This provides structure, and more importantly creates family, where everyone is included, loved and accepted unconditionally. Alongside family living, the project supports residents through one on one, emotional and therapeutic support, within the community.

contact

Fiona Spicer

T:

01752203346

A:

5 Monica Walk, Plymouth, PL4 7QW

location

GP BEDS

6

other beds

7

partnership est.

Dec 2017

CHURCHES INVOLVED

1

Hope Into Action

Peterborough

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Hope into Action provides homes for the most vulnerable in society in partnership with local churches. Our model is built on the belief that when people have a safe, secure home surrounded by loving, non-judgemental relationships they will find the strength and motivation to make positive life choices. We provide not just shelter and housing know-how but also friendship. Homes are available for a wide range of people in recovery from addiction, people sleeping rough, women and children fleeing domestic violence, people coming out of rehab, former prostitutes, refugees, those suffering mental health issues and survivors of human trafficking.

contact

Ed Walker

T:

01733 558301

A:

26 North St, Peterborough, PE1 2RA

location

GP BEDS

2

other beds

218

partnership est.

Jul 2016

CHURCHES INVOLVED

64

Housing Dilemmas CIC

CHELMSFORD

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Housing Dilemmas is a not-for-profit organisation formed to reach out to individuals who find themselves faced with the threat of losing their homes and those who have unfortunately become homeless. Our services are 100% free! We give support to service-users to ensure that they keep their homes by liaising on their behalf to ensure that the dialogue between them and their landlords/ mortgage providers is no broken.

contact

Sybil Bawuah-Quashie

T:

07444374144

A:

4th Floor, Victoria House, Victoria Road, Chelmsford, CM1 1JR

location

GP BEDS

12

other beds

0

partnership est.

Dec 2019

CHURCHES INVOLVED

1

Interventions Alliance (Seetec)

Hockley

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At Interventions Alliance, part of the employee-owned Seetec Group, we believe everyone should have the opportunity to build a better future. We combine our knowledge, skills and talents across sectors to establish services and interventions that overcome the barriers holding people back. Using our experience in an evidence-led approach, we collaborate with organisations to confront challenges and address long-term issues that have previously prevented progress.We give equal importance to delivering services focused on prevention, as well as those aiding rehabilitation, so everyone has an opportunity to fulfil their potential. By working proactively, we aim to transform provision across the justice and social care sectors.

contact

Rupert Nesbitt-Day

T:

 0845 330 6573

A:

75-77 Main Rd, Hockley SS5 4RG

location

GP BEDS

0

other beds

25

partnership est.

Apr 2021

CHURCHES INVOLVED

0

Life Essence

MITCHAM

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Life Essence UK believes in reaching people from every background, race, religion, age or sex, to show how Jesus loves us all and to break the stereotypes of what it means to be a follower of Christ in today's world. They provide supported housing to vulnerable homeless children and families who are are in need of a safe place to live and thrive. Life Essence also provide an online platform providing an opportunity to learn how to form a relationship with God and how to support others.

contact

Kelleigh Wooderson-Hudson

T:

07940 953457

A:

2 Vale Road, Mitcham, CR4 1NN

location

GP BEDS

4

other beds

0

partnership est.

Dec 2019

CHURCHES INVOLVED

Living Spring Homes

Orpington

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Living Spring Homes ensure that vulnerable people who have been street homeless and who are unable to access local housing privileges will have a shelter / homes they can call their own. They will be assisted with supported living accommodation where they can thrive, have self-pride and improved life opportunities and self-worth. Service users who have faced prejudice and stigma will be integrated and become part of the community.

contact

Ayoola Femi Afelumo

T:

07495866318

A:

26 Pleasance Road, Orpington, Kent, BR5 3AR

location

GP BEDS

0

other beds

0

partnership est.

Aug 2021

CHURCHES INVOLVED

1

London Rangers Football

Brent

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The purpose of London Rangers Football is to provide opportunities for mainly young people who are marginalised by society. We do this through football training, mentoring long term unemployed for DWP and education 13-24yrs in construction, business and sports coaches.

contact

Terry Springer

T:

02088383529

A:

Ujima House, 388 Wembley High Road, HA9 6AR

location

GP BEDS

0

other beds

0

partnership est.

Jun 2021

CHURCHES INVOLVED

0

ONE Church

Gloucester

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One Church is an exciting, enthusiastic and welcoming Christian community based in Gloucester. Each expression adapts to its unique geography but contains the flavour and culture of One Church. We believe church is entirely relevant both to our community and to the lives of every individual. Whether gathering in church or rolling up our sleeves to assist someone in need, “we are a Christian community that serves”. This reflects the heart of Jesus Christ and offers hope to our world. Over recent years we have been developing partnerships with social agencies across Gloucester as we explore where we can be most effective in providing support for our community’s needs.

contact

Iain Fogg

T:

01452 419219

A:

Off Baneberry Road, Gloucester, GL4 6NY

location

GP BEDS

4

other beds

0

partnership est.

Dec 2016

CHURCHES INVOLVED

1

Orchards

LONDON

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Orchards is a charity with a vision to see women free from sexual exploitation. Housing can act both as a reason for entry into prostitution and as a barrier to exiting. There are very few safe houses for women post-National Referral Mechanism or who are ineligible to receive NRM support and current provision does not meet the high demand, so the risk of re-trafficking or homelessness is high. We provide clusters of safe, one-bedroom flats for women who have experienced sexual exploitation and who are not entitled to state housing support, enabling them to continue their journey towards a sustained exit from prostitution.

contact

Emma Goulds

T:

N/A

A:

N/A

location

GP BEDS

2

other beds

0

partnership est.

Sep 2018

CHURCHES INVOLVED

1

REST

NORWICH

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REST provides a warm, safe, encouraging environment to gain freedom from addiction. The project is focused on supporting those who are rough sleeping in Norwich. It specifically aims to assist those wanting to overcome addiction in their lives!

contact

Claire Melia

T:

01603 617697

A:

2 Buxton Close, Easton, Norwich, NR9 5DW

location

GP BEDS

4

other beds

0

partnership est.

Oct 2020

CHURCHES INVOLVED

Renova

BRACKNELL

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Renova provide supported housing to formerly homeless or precariously housed people and ex-offenders, offering each person a mentor, helping them to build a positive friendship network and practical support managed through a key-worker. The ultimate goal is to get residents back into employment and living independently. Renova's support often lasts for 18-24 months, but their commitment doesn't stop there. They provide continued mentoring, friendship and training for up to 5 years so that a residents' transition to independent living is sustainable and has long-term success!

contact

Tess Osunkoya

T:

07453 492704

A:

Flat 16, Marner Point, Jefferson’s Plaza, London, E3 3QB

location

GP BEDS

0

other beds

0

partnership est.

Mar 2020

CHURCHES INVOLVED

Routes to Roots

Poole

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Routes to Roots is founded on Christian principles and seeks to help all homeless, newly homed and vulnerably housed adults in Poole regardless of their faith.We provide basic necessities, such as hot food, clothing and sleeping bags. At drop-ins; we organise indoor and outdoor motivational activities; and we assist those who are placed in accommodation to remain in their tenancy.We aim to achieve long-term outcomes for our clients through participation in motivational and well-being projects which boost self-confidence and self-worth, expand and develop skills, promote a sense of belonging and encourage integration into the local community.

contact

Elaine Mellers

T:

01202 667880

A:

Skinner Street URC, 5 Skinner Street, BH15 1RQ

location

GP BEDS

3

other beds

0

partnership est.

Nov 2014

CHURCHES INVOLVED

30

Solution House

Swanscombe

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The Solution Centre, provide high quality housing in Swanscombe. We are a place where people gather in community, connecting in relationships, finding answers to some of life’s tough questions and discovering how those answers make a real difference in the here and now of life’s challenges.We are a community that enhances a simple value of receiving and giving. Our mission statement says “With open hands we receive all that God wants to give…and with open hands, we give it away.” We demonstrate God’s love in creative and compelling ways.

contact

Michael Adekoya

T:

01474 355841

A:

47-49 High Street, Swanscombe, Kent, DA10 0DA

location

GP BEDS

10

other beds

0

partnership est.

Sep 2013

CHURCHES INVOLVED

2

Stephen's Place

SOUTHEND-ON-SEA

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From Chaos to Peace and Stability - this is the goal of Stephen's place! They provide supported accommodation in Southend-on-Sea for the relief of poverty and social exclusion caused by being homeless. Stephen's Place want to support ex-offenders, ex-military, those suffering from poor mental health, those fleeing from modern day slavery and those recovering from the disease called addiction. People can come to Stephen's place regardless of their varied background, illnesses or addictions to recover and become valued members of our community!

contact

Helen Rhodes

T:

01702 864994

A:

17 Beresford Road, Southend-On-Sea, Essex, SS1 2TW

location

GP BEDS

10

other beds

0

partnership est.

Apr 2020

CHURCHES INVOLVED

8

The Dwelling Place

Basingstoke

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We provide a supportive community to those who previously had no home, with the aim of sustainable independent living. Based in Basingstoke, Hampshire the organisation started in 2015.  Founder and trustee, Liz Howe, who spent over seven years working at a night shelter, was saddened to see former residents, who had initially found ‘move on’ accommodation, returning to the streets. She became determined to find a way of providing longer term supported housing where people can stay until they are ready for sustainable independent living. At the dwelling place we believe in and fight for the rights of those enslaved by their past. We provide a sanctuary and a safe place to dwell in acceptance, respect and restoration.

contact

Lorraine Anstey

T:

074 8639 5857

A:

The Sarum Hill Centre,Basingtoke RG21 8SR

location

GP BEDS

5

other beds

0

partnership est.

Feb 2010

CHURCHES INVOLVED

1

Thornbury Oasis

Thornbury

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Thornbury Oasis is a dynamic life changing supported housing project in Thornbury. After four years of thorough preparation this project will be launched in early 2018 for formerly homeless individuals. Each of the residents will be given the opportunity to progress in life. This will be achieved by well trained volunteers and detailed support paperwork. Referrals will be taken from Thornbury Oasis' designated referral agencies. Referrals will be considered and needs assessments conducted for all applicants.

contact

Mike Jolley

T:

01454 419118

A:

Thornbury Baptist Church, Gillingstool, BS35 2EG

location

GP BEDS

6

other beds

0

partnership est.

Aug 2017

CHURCHES INVOLVED

2

Transom Trust

Hastings

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Transom Trust is an expression of compassion, faith in action and unity by the churches of Hastings, St Leonards and Bexhill, providing supported accommodation for homeless people. Our aim is to make our own unique contribution to the tremendous work already being carried out by many other local voluntary and statutory agencies to tackle the ongoing, significant challenge of homelessness, by offering supported housing with a Christian ethos. Residents are befriended and mentored by a team of volunteers from local churches. Transom Trust offer residents opportunities for voluntary work, aiding their recovery and building essential employment skills.

contact

Sue Worthing

T:

01424 447659

A:

5 Trinity Street, Hastings, TN38 0EJ

location

GP BEDS

6

other beds

0

partnership est.

Oct 2016

CHURCHES INVOLVED

5

Trevi : Daffodil

PLYMOUTH

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Trevi provides rehabilitation and parental assessment for mothers with drug or alcohol dependency issues, together with their children. Trevi is both a home and safe place; where mothers and their children remain together as a family unit, whilst substance misuse and related issues are addressed. We strive to deliver a service that is professional, empathetic, and one in which all our residents can have their individual needs heard and respected.

contact

Hannah Shead

T:

01752 255 758

A:

Sunflower Women’s Centre 29 Sutherland Road, Plymouth, PL4 6BW

location

GP BEDS

11

other beds

10

partnership est.

Oct 2018

CHURCHES INVOLVED

Victory Outreach London City Church

London

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VOLCC (Victory Outreach London City Church), is a place where people can come to know that they have a second chance, a sense of purpose and belonging. That there is hope and destiny for their future which included their family and their loved ones. We are called to task of evangelising and discipling the hurting people of the world, with the message of hope and plan of Jesus Christ.

contact

Janet Elwin

T:

02075661183

A:

Mossbourne Academy, Victoria park Road, London, E9 7HD

location

GP BEDS

0

other beds

0

partnership est.

Jun 2021

CHURCHES INVOLVED

1

Walk to Freedom

Luton

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The Walk to Freedom believes in its services and we challenge some of the more dated approaches to drug and/or alcohol dependency, training and adolescent antisocial behaviour in relation to serious youth violence, gang exploitation, knife crime and adolescent drug abuse. By thinking differently with our newly designed and innovative programmes, workshops and mentoring, The Walk To Freedom  is in a class of its own delivering a quality service to the local community and nationwide based on the needs of its clients, not on what we think they need.nd nationwide based on the needs of its clients, not on what we think they need.

contact

Annie Oliver

T:

01582726039

A:

24-26 Rothesay Rd, Third Floor, Luton, LU1 1QX

location

GP BEDS

4

other beds

0

partnership est.

Feb 2017

CHURCHES INVOLVED

0

Barking Churches Unite

Barking

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Barking Churches Unite (BCU) is a charitable group representing churches and Christians in Barking who are committed to working and praying together for the transformation of our community and who uphold the Evangelical Alliance basis of faith. Unity is not uniformity and the BCU membership includes churches that have different expressions of faith but who stand together as the Body of Christ in our town! Prayer is a priority for BCU and activities include street prayer and joint prayer meetings, regular meetings of children's and youth leaders for prayer, and an intercessors group praying regularly for the Barking community. We are excited to be partnering with Green Pastures to help the homeless in our area!

contact

Bill Dear

T:

020 8924 0538

A:

Barking Baptist Church, 28 Linton Road, Barking, IG11 8HG

location

GP BEDS

0

other beds

0

partnership est.

Dec 2020

CHURCHES INVOLVED

9

Beacon Church Havant

HAVANT

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Life can be chaotic. Unexpected things can suddenly happen. The stability of the home can evaporate. Beacon Housing is the housing arm of Beacon Church Havant that aims to help deal with these issues. We provide supported housing to help young people at risk of homelessness, offering rooms to single men up to 35 years of age. We provide support and care to our residents to help them grow in their faith and their life skills.

contact

Simon and Ann Waters

T:

023 9247 0167

A:

The Beacon, 69-73 Meridian Centre, Havant, Hampshire, PO9 1UN

location

GP BEDS

4

other beds

0

partnership est.

Jun 2020

CHURCHES INVOLVED

1

Bethel Tabernacle

London

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Bethel Tabernacle supports some of London’s most vulnerable people who are homeless or at risk of homelessness, through the provision of supported housing and community-based support services. We work with our clients to understand their psychological and emotional needs, to support them with their recovery and to enable them to develop the resources to live independently and achieve personally meaningful goals. As the underlying causes of homelessness are complex and varied, our services also specialise in helping those homeless on the streets of London with a trolley and three committed volunteers who went out every Sunday morning.

contact

Segun Olusho

T:

0203 633 3837

A:

153, Launcelot Road, Bromley, BR1 5EA

location

GP BEDS

2

other beds

partnership est.

Jan 2015

CHURCHES INVOLVED

1

Broadreach Homeless Services

Essex

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Broadreach Homeless Services is a department set up for single homeless people support. We are dedicated to ending homelessness by delivering life-changing services and campaigning for change. With more than 14 years of work, we’ve built up a huge body of expertise and experience directly influencing policy and practice in a number of areas. We also deliver and commission research to better understand the causes and nature of homelessness. To provide temporary/permanent housing with supportive services meeting the long-term needs of chronic homeless individuals and promoting the gospel of Christ to those who are willing to know Christ.

contact

Hannah Abiola-Obe

T:

01322 226 121

A:

1st Floor, 701-707 Princes Road, Dartford, Kent, DA2 6EF

location

GP BEDS

9

other beds

0

partnership est.

Jun 2015

CHURCHES INVOLVED

City Church Bristol

Bristol

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As a church we want the whole of Bristol to know the life-changing truth about Jesus and to see people’s lives all across the city transformed by God. Our church vision is ‘Helping Bristol Believe by reaching the whole of Bristol with the gospel, restoring broken lives and resourcing sites and cities by making disciples and training leaders. We are a growing community of diverse people with a desire to love Jesus, love each other and love our city. Our faith is rooted in the teaching of the Bible, and we expect to encounter the presence of God through His Holy Spirit whenever we gather.

contact

Jess Welchman

T:

07498 789139

A:

The Elmgrove Centre, Elmgrove Rd, Bristol, BS6 6AH

location

GP BEDS

0

other beds

0

partnership est.

Feb 2021

CHURCHES INVOLVED

1

Extending Grace

GRAVESEND

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Extending Grace Int’l is a non-profit Christian charity with the aim to see a world where no one is under privileged as God originally intended for them and we achieve this by running various projects that meet the needs of people in our immediate community and the world at large. At our housing project we provide ongoing pastoral care and a key working system which give service users access to comprehensive support including general counselling and advice on housing and welfare benefits, job training, gaining life skills, budgeting & managing bills, and other assistance they may need to get their lives back.

contact

Janet Olanrewaju

T:

01474 357256

A:

55 High Street, Gravesend, Kent, DA11 0BB

location

GP BEDS

8

other beds

0

partnership est.

Aug 2017

CHURCHES INVOLVED

3

Freedom Community Alliance

Barnstaple

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We are a ‘needs led’ organisation where we recognise a need that is not being met for the vulnerable in our community we do our best to fill the gap. This involves working with a range of vulnerable groups including homeless people, those suffering from addiction issues, people with poor physical and mental health, debt and poverty and those who simply want to improve their health or improve their life skills. We are a Christian charity outworking the vision of Freedom Church to help the marginalised and socially excluded, demonstrating the heart and love of God in our community. We believe a multi-agency, holistic approach is how we can best meet each individual’s specific needs.

contact

Phil Noall

T:

01271 321171

A:

Freedom Centre, 1 Howard Ave, Barnstaple, EX32 8QA

location

GP BEDS

16

other beds

44

partnership est.

Jul 2014

CHURCHES INVOLVED

8

Fresh Horizons CNB

Harrow

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Offering a helping hand to those who need it. Our organisation offers homeless individuals a second chance by providing them with shelter, support and rehabilitation programmes. Fresh Horizons CNB offers a safe and stable living environment for those who are on the journey back to independent living. We provide supported accommodation, which includes life skills training, basic care and counselling services. This encourages individuals to achieve their goals by restoring their self-confidence and independence. Our services are offered to individuals who have been referred to us by Night Shelters and other homeless shelter organisations throughout Greater London.

contact

Rose McGowan

T:

0203 581 2988

A:

31A Heather Park Drive, Wembley, Middlesex, HA0 1SP

location

GP BEDS

8

other beds

0

partnership est.

Jun 2013

CHURCHES INVOLVED

Friends First

Hove

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Our mission is transform lives by empowering individuals to break cycles of dependency, long-term unemployment, social-isolation and homelessness. Our pathway tackles the root causes of these issues with a holistic, person-centred approach so individuals can grow in their aspirations and re-integrate positively into their communities. Friends First support disadvantaged and long-term unemployed people to gain work-ready skills, secure employment, and find safe and supported accommodation. We offer a unique opportunity to those in need of a ‘hand up’ who are motivated and willing to work hard in order to achieve lasting, positive change in their lives.

contact

Georgia Collier

T:

01273 840880

A:

21-23 Clarendon Villas, Hove, BN3 3RE

location

GP BEDS

3

other beds

5

partnership est.

Apr 2008

CHURCHES INVOLVED

3

Gilgal Community Service

Dartford

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Gilgal CIC is an organisation inspired by God to help, support and to tackle the problem of homelessness in our community in partnership with Green Pastures and the other partners all around the UK. One of the Directors has been dealing with the homeless people since 1999 while working with the Salvation Army for 11years. Due to the passion of one of the Directors of Gilgal, he started his own homeless project in 2010 and with some volunteers from his Church, Christ Apostolic Church, Solution Centre, they formed a partnership with the Green Pastures in 2014.

contact

Michael Adekoya

T:

07956383870

A:

76 Truro Road, Gravesend, Kent, DA12 5RF

location

GP BEDS

8

other beds

0

partnership est.

Feb 2018

CHURCHES INVOLVED

2

Hope Into Action

Peterborough

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Hope into Action provides homes for the most vulnerable in society in partnership with local churches. Our model is built on the belief that when people have a safe, secure home surrounded by loving, non-judgemental relationships they will find the strength and motivation to make positive life choices. We provide not just shelter and housing know-how but also friendship. Homes are available for a wide range of people in recovery from addiction, people sleeping rough, women and children fleeing domestic violence, people coming out of rehab, former prostitutes, refugees, those suffering mental health issues and survivors of human trafficking.

contact

Ed Walker

T:

01733 558301

A:

26 North St, Peterborough, PE1 2RA

location

GP BEDS

2

other beds

218

partnership est.

Jul 2016

CHURCHES INVOLVED

64

Housing Dilemmas CIC

CHELMSFORD

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Housing Dilemmas is a not-for-profit organisation formed to reach out to individuals who find themselves faced with the threat of losing their homes and those who have unfortunately become homeless. Our services are 100% free! We give support to service-users to ensure that they keep their homes by liaising on their behalf to ensure that the dialogue between them and their landlords/ mortgage providers is no broken.

contact

Sybil Bawuah-Quashie

T:

07444374144

A:

4th Floor, Victoria House, Victoria Road, Chelmsford, CM1 1JR

location

GP BEDS

12

other beds

0

partnership est.

Dec 2019

CHURCHES INVOLVED

1

Interventions Alliance (Seetec)

Hockley

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At Interventions Alliance, part of the employee-owned Seetec Group, we believe everyone should have the opportunity to build a better future. We combine our knowledge, skills and talents across sectors to establish services and interventions that overcome the barriers holding people back. Using our experience in an evidence-led approach, we collaborate with organisations to confront challenges and address long-term issues that have previously prevented progress.We give equal importance to delivering services focused on prevention, as well as those aiding rehabilitation, so everyone has an opportunity to fulfil their potential. By working proactively, we aim to transform provision across the justice and social care sectors.

contact

Rupert Nesbitt-Day

T:

 0845 330 6573

A:

75-77 Main Rd, Hockley SS5 4RG

location

GP BEDS

0

other beds

25

partnership est.

Apr 2021

CHURCHES INVOLVED

0

Living Spring Homes

Orpington

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Living Spring Homes ensure that vulnerable people who have been street homeless and who are unable to access local housing privileges will have a shelter / homes they can call their own. They will be assisted with supported living accommodation where they can thrive, have self-pride and improved life opportunities and self-worth. Service users who have faced prejudice and stigma will be integrated and become part of the community.

contact

Ayoola Femi Afelumo

T:

07495866318

A:

26 Pleasance Road, Orpington, Kent, BR5 3AR

location

GP BEDS

0

other beds

0

partnership est.

Aug 2021

CHURCHES INVOLVED

1

Renova

BRACKNELL

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Renova provide supported housing to formerly homeless or precariously housed people and ex-offenders, offering each person a mentor, helping them to build a positive friendship network and practical support managed through a key-worker. The ultimate goal is to get residents back into employment and living independently. Renova's support often lasts for 18-24 months, but their commitment doesn't stop there. They provide continued mentoring, friendship and training for up to 5 years so that a residents' transition to independent living is sustainable and has long-term success!

contact

Tess Osunkoya

T:

07453 492704

A:

Flat 16, Marner Point, Jefferson’s Plaza, London, E3 3QB

location

GP BEDS

0

other beds

0

partnership est.

Mar 2020

CHURCHES INVOLVED

Routes to Roots

Poole

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Routes to Roots is founded on Christian principles and seeks to help all homeless, newly homed and vulnerably housed adults in Poole regardless of their faith.We provide basic necessities, such as hot food, clothing and sleeping bags. At drop-ins; we organise indoor and outdoor motivational activities; and we assist those who are placed in accommodation to remain in their tenancy.We aim to achieve long-term outcomes for our clients through participation in motivational and well-being projects which boost self-confidence and self-worth, expand and develop skills, promote a sense of belonging and encourage integration into the local community.

contact

Elaine Mellers

T:

01202 667880

A:

Skinner Street URC, 5 Skinner Street, BH15 1RQ

location

GP BEDS

3

other beds

0

partnership est.

Nov 2014

CHURCHES INVOLVED

30

Solution House

Swanscombe

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The Solution Centre, provide high quality housing in Swanscombe. We are a place where people gather in community, connecting in relationships, finding answers to some of life’s tough questions and discovering how those answers make a real difference in the here and now of life’s challenges.We are a community that enhances a simple value of receiving and giving. Our mission statement says “With open hands we receive all that God wants to give…and with open hands, we give it away.” We demonstrate God’s love in creative and compelling ways.

contact

Michael Adekoya

T:

01474 355841

A:

47-49 High Street, Swanscombe, Kent, DA10 0DA

location

GP BEDS

10

other beds

0

partnership est.

Sep 2013

CHURCHES INVOLVED

2

Stephen's Place

SOUTHEND-ON-SEA

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From Chaos to Peace and Stability - this is the goal of Stephen's place! They provide supported accommodation in Southend-on-Sea for the relief of poverty and social exclusion caused by being homeless. Stephen's Place want to support ex-offenders, ex-military, those suffering from poor mental health, those fleeing from modern day slavery and those recovering from the disease called addiction. People can come to Stephen's place regardless of their varied background, illnesses or addictions to recover and become valued members of our community!

contact

Helen Rhodes

T:

01702 864994

A:

17 Beresford Road, Southend-On-Sea, Essex, SS1 2TW

location

GP BEDS

10

other beds

0

partnership est.

Apr 2020

CHURCHES INVOLVED

8

The Dwelling Place

Basingstoke

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We provide a supportive community to those who previously had no home, with the aim of sustainable independent living. Based in Basingstoke, Hampshire the organisation started in 2015.  Founder and trustee, Liz Howe, who spent over seven years working at a night shelter, was saddened to see former residents, who had initially found ‘move on’ accommodation, returning to the streets. She became determined to find a way of providing longer term supported housing where people can stay until they are ready for sustainable independent living. At the dwelling place we believe in and fight for the rights of those enslaved by their past. We provide a sanctuary and a safe place to dwell in acceptance, respect and restoration.

contact

Lorraine Anstey

T:

074 8639 5857

A:

The Sarum Hill Centre,Basingtoke RG21 8SR

location

GP BEDS

5

other beds

0

partnership est.

Feb 2010

CHURCHES INVOLVED

1

Transom Trust

Hastings

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Transom Trust is an expression of compassion, faith in action and unity by the churches of Hastings, St Leonards and Bexhill, providing supported accommodation for homeless people. Our aim is to make our own unique contribution to the tremendous work already being carried out by many other local voluntary and statutory agencies to tackle the ongoing, significant challenge of homelessness, by offering supported housing with a Christian ethos. Residents are befriended and mentored by a team of volunteers from local churches. Transom Trust offer residents opportunities for voluntary work, aiding their recovery and building essential employment skills.

contact

Sue Worthing

T:

01424 447659

A:

5 Trinity Street, Hastings, TN38 0EJ

location

GP BEDS

6

other beds

0

partnership est.

Oct 2016

CHURCHES INVOLVED

5

Victory Outreach London City Church

London

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VOLCC (Victory Outreach London City Church), is a place where people can come to know that they have a second chance, a sense of purpose and belonging. That there is hope and destiny for their future which included their family and their loved ones. We are called to task of evangelising and discipling the hurting people of the world, with the message of hope and plan of Jesus Christ.

contact

Janet Elwin

T:

02075661183

A:

Mossbourne Academy, Victoria park Road, London, E9 7HD

location

GP BEDS

0

other beds

0

partnership est.

Jun 2021

CHURCHES INVOLVED

1

Walk to Freedom

Luton

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The Walk to Freedom believes in its services and we challenge some of the more dated approaches to drug and/or alcohol dependency, training and adolescent antisocial behaviour in relation to serious youth violence, gang exploitation, knife crime and adolescent drug abuse. By thinking differently with our newly designed and innovative programmes, workshops and mentoring, The Walk To Freedom  is in a class of its own delivering a quality service to the local community and nationwide based on the needs of its clients, not on what we think they need.nd nationwide based on the needs of its clients, not on what we think they need.

contact

Annie Oliver

T:

01582726039

A:

24-26 Rothesay Rd, Third Floor, Luton, LU1 1QX

location

GP BEDS

4

other beds

0

partnership est.

Feb 2017

CHURCHES INVOLVED

0

Ella's

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Ella's is a London-based organisation working with women who have survived trafficking and sexual exploitation. They are passionate and driven to provide the best care for as many survivors as possible. The support that Ella's provides is not just a 'nice to have' for women who have survived trafficking and exploitation - it is essential to their safety and freedom. Without it, many would fall back into danger.

contact

Lauren Martin

T:

07410 982 030

A:

The Arc Club, 72–76 Digby Road, London E9 6HX

location

GP BEDS

3

other beds

5

partnership est.

Jun 2014

CHURCHES INVOLVED

6

Interventions Alliance (Seetec)

Hockley

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At Interventions Alliance, part of the employee-owned Seetec Group, we believe everyone should have the opportunity to build a better future. We combine our knowledge, skills and talents across sectors to establish services and interventions that overcome the barriers holding people back. Using our experience in an evidence-led approach, we collaborate with organisations to confront challenges and address long-term issues that have previously prevented progress.We give equal importance to delivering services focused on prevention, as well as those aiding rehabilitation, so everyone has an opportunity to fulfil their potential. By working proactively, we aim to transform provision across the justice and social care sectors.

contact

Rupert Nesbitt-Day

T:

 0845 330 6573

A:

75-77 Main Rd, Hockley SS5 4RG

location

GP BEDS

0

other beds

25

partnership est.

Apr 2021

CHURCHES INVOLVED

0

ONE Church

Gloucester

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One Church is an exciting, enthusiastic and welcoming Christian community based in Gloucester. Each expression adapts to its unique geography but contains the flavour and culture of One Church. We believe church is entirely relevant both to our community and to the lives of every individual. Whether gathering in church or rolling up our sleeves to assist someone in need, “we are a Christian community that serves”. This reflects the heart of Jesus Christ and offers hope to our world. Over recent years we have been developing partnerships with social agencies across Gloucester as we explore where we can be most effective in providing support for our community’s needs.

contact

Iain Fogg

T:

01452 419219

A:

Off Baneberry Road, Gloucester, GL4 6NY

location

GP BEDS

4

other beds

0

partnership est.

Dec 2016

CHURCHES INVOLVED

1

Orchards

LONDON

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Orchards is a charity with a vision to see women free from sexual exploitation. Housing can act both as a reason for entry into prostitution and as a barrier to exiting. There are very few safe houses for women post-National Referral Mechanism or who are ineligible to receive NRM support and current provision does not meet the high demand, so the risk of re-trafficking or homelessness is high. We provide clusters of safe, one-bedroom flats for women who have experienced sexual exploitation and who are not entitled to state housing support, enabling them to continue their journey towards a sustained exit from prostitution.

contact

Emma Goulds

T:

N/A

A:

N/A

location

GP BEDS

2

other beds

0

partnership est.

Sep 2018

CHURCHES INVOLVED

1

Thornbury Oasis

Thornbury

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Thornbury Oasis is a dynamic life changing supported housing project in Thornbury. After four years of thorough preparation this project will be launched in early 2018 for formerly homeless individuals. Each of the residents will be given the opportunity to progress in life. This will be achieved by well trained volunteers and detailed support paperwork. Referrals will be taken from Thornbury Oasis' designated referral agencies. Referrals will be considered and needs assessments conducted for all applicants.

contact

Mike Jolley

T:

01454 419118

A:

Thornbury Baptist Church, Gillingstool, BS35 2EG

location

GP BEDS

6

other beds

0

partnership est.

Aug 2017

CHURCHES INVOLVED

2

Trevi : Daffodil

PLYMOUTH

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Trevi provides rehabilitation and parental assessment for mothers with drug or alcohol dependency issues, together with their children. Trevi is both a home and safe place; where mothers and their children remain together as a family unit, whilst substance misuse and related issues are addressed. We strive to deliver a service that is professional, empathetic, and one in which all our residents can have their individual needs heard and respected.

contact

Hannah Shead

T:

01752 255 758

A:

Sunflower Women’s Centre 29 Sutherland Road, Plymouth, PL4 6BW

location

GP BEDS

11

other beds

10

partnership est.

Oct 2018

CHURCHES INVOLVED

Ark Safe Space

Cornwall

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We are a community interest company built upon christian foundations with a heart for the community. We welcome all people regardless of their faith or background.The aim of the Ark is to provide a safe place when the storms of life come and that the people we meet feel supported, encouraged and empowered to achieve their goals and aspirations. One of Ark's safe spaces is supported housing for women providing guidance and mentoring towards positive change.

contact

Rob & Sarah Simons

T:

07958682895

A:

57 High Street, Cornwall, TR18 2SU

location

GP BEDS

10

other beds

0

partnership est.

Apr 2018

CHURCHES INVOLVED

1

Evergreen House

Wells

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Here at the Elim Connect Centre we love participating in community life and believe we all have something to give and something we need. Far more than just a community project, we are committed to the discovery of hope, meaning and strength through the connecting of our lives. Community Outreach is supporting change in people challenged by complex and multiple needs such as homelessness, addiction, mental health or other life-controlling issues. We work with key organisations to enable fast and effective access to a wide range of services. Our skilled and dedicated team provide short and long-term, person-centred support to create real life difference.

contact

Jim

T:

01749 677097

A:

Elim Connect Centre, Somerset, BA5 2BE

location

GP BEDS

4

other beds

7

partnership est.

Aug 2018

CHURCHES INVOLVED

1

Greenhouse Community Project

Plymouth

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GCP sees lives transformed through community living which brings people into the heart of God’s family. The project supports people coming out of addiction alongside those most vulnerable in society and allows residents to discover their identity free from addiction. Residents not only live together, but they eat, pray and work together. This provides structure, and more importantly creates family, where everyone is included, loved and accepted unconditionally. Alongside family living, the project supports residents through one on one, emotional and therapeutic support, within the community.

contact

Fiona Spicer

T:

01752203346

A:

5 Monica Walk, Plymouth, PL4 7QW

location

GP BEDS

6

other beds

7

partnership est.

Dec 2017

CHURCHES INVOLVED

1

Interventions Alliance (Seetec)

Hockley

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At Interventions Alliance, part of the employee-owned Seetec Group, we believe everyone should have the opportunity to build a better future. We combine our knowledge, skills and talents across sectors to establish services and interventions that overcome the barriers holding people back. Using our experience in an evidence-led approach, we collaborate with organisations to confront challenges and address long-term issues that have previously prevented progress.We give equal importance to delivering services focused on prevention, as well as those aiding rehabilitation, so everyone has an opportunity to fulfil their potential. By working proactively, we aim to transform provision across the justice and social care sectors.

contact

Rupert Nesbitt-Day

T:

 0845 330 6573

A:

75-77 Main Rd, Hockley SS5 4RG

location

GP BEDS

0

other beds

25

partnership est.

Apr 2021

CHURCHES INVOLVED

0

Living Spring Homes

Orpington

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Living Spring Homes ensure that vulnerable people who have been street homeless and who are unable to access local housing privileges will have a shelter / homes they can call their own. They will be assisted with supported living accommodation where they can thrive, have self-pride and improved life opportunities and self-worth. Service users who have faced prejudice and stigma will be integrated and become part of the community.

contact

Ayoola Femi Afelumo

T:

07495866318

A:

26 Pleasance Road, Orpington, Kent, BR5 3AR

location

GP BEDS

0

other beds

0

partnership est.

Aug 2021

CHURCHES INVOLVED

1

London Rangers Football

Brent

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The purpose of London Rangers Football is to provide opportunities for mainly young people who are marginalised by society. We do this through football training, mentoring long term unemployed for DWP and education 13-24yrs in construction, business and sports coaches.

contact

Terry Springer

T:

02088383529

A:

Ujima House, 388 Wembley High Road, HA9 6AR

location

GP BEDS

0

other beds

0

partnership est.

Jun 2021

CHURCHES INVOLVED

0

City Church Bristol

Bristol

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As a church we want the whole of Bristol to know the life-changing truth about Jesus and to see people’s lives all across the city transformed by God. Our church vision is ‘Helping Bristol Believe by reaching the whole of Bristol with the gospel, restoring broken lives and resourcing sites and cities by making disciples and training leaders. We are a growing community of diverse people with a desire to love Jesus, love each other and love our city. Our faith is rooted in the teaching of the Bible, and we expect to encounter the presence of God through His Holy Spirit whenever we gather.

contact

Jess Welchman

T:

07498 789139

A:

The Elmgrove Centre, Elmgrove Rd, Bristol, BS6 6AH

location

GP BEDS

0

other beds

0

partnership est.

Feb 2021

CHURCHES INVOLVED

1

Interventions Alliance (Seetec)

Hockley

VIEW FULL PROFILE >
At Interventions Alliance, part of the employee-owned Seetec Group, we believe everyone should have the opportunity to build a better future. We combine our knowledge, skills and talents across sectors to establish services and interventions that overcome the barriers holding people back. Using our experience in an evidence-led approach, we collaborate with organisations to confront challenges and address long-term issues that have previously prevented progress.We give equal importance to delivering services focused on prevention, as well as those aiding rehabilitation, so everyone has an opportunity to fulfil their potential. By working proactively, we aim to transform provision across the justice and social care sectors.

contact

Rupert Nesbitt-Day

T:

 0845 330 6573

A:

75-77 Main Rd, Hockley SS5 4RG

location

GP BEDS

0

other beds

25

partnership est.

Apr 2021

CHURCHES INVOLVED

0

London Rangers Football

Brent

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The purpose of London Rangers Football is to provide opportunities for mainly young people who are marginalised by society. We do this through football training, mentoring long term unemployed for DWP and education 13-24yrs in construction, business and sports coaches.

contact

Terry Springer

T:

02088383529

A:

Ujima House, 388 Wembley High Road, HA9 6AR

location

GP BEDS

0

other beds

0

partnership est.

Jun 2021

CHURCHES INVOLVED

0

Victory Outreach London City Church

London

VIEW FULL PROFILE >
VOLCC (Victory Outreach London City Church), is a place where people can come to know that they have a second chance, a sense of purpose and belonging. That there is hope and destiny for their future which included their family and their loved ones. We are called to task of evangelising and discipling the hurting people of the world, with the message of hope and plan of Jesus Christ.

contact

Janet Elwin

T:

02075661183

A:

Mossbourne Academy, Victoria park Road, London, E9 7HD

location

GP BEDS

0

other beds

0

partnership est.

Jun 2021

CHURCHES INVOLVED

1

Evergreen House

Wells

VIEW FULL PROFILE >
Here at the Elim Connect Centre we love participating in community life and believe we all have something to give and something we need. Far more than just a community project, we are committed to the discovery of hope, meaning and strength through the connecting of our lives. Community Outreach is supporting change in people challenged by complex and multiple needs such as homelessness, addiction, mental health or other life-controlling issues. We work with key organisations to enable fast and effective access to a wide range of services. Our skilled and dedicated team provide short and long-term, person-centred support to create real life difference.

contact

Jim

T:

01749 677097

A:

Elim Connect Centre, Somerset, BA5 2BE

location

GP BEDS

4

other beds

7

partnership est.

Aug 2018

CHURCHES INVOLVED

1

Freedom Community Alliance

Barnstaple

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We are a ‘needs led’ organisation where we recognise a need that is not being met for the vulnerable in our community we do our best to fill the gap. This involves working with a range of vulnerable groups including homeless people, those suffering from addiction issues, people with poor physical and mental health, debt and poverty and those who simply want to improve their health or improve their life skills. We are a Christian charity outworking the vision of Freedom Church to help the marginalised and socially excluded, demonstrating the heart and love of God in our community. We believe a multi-agency, holistic approach is how we can best meet each individual’s specific needs.

contact

Phil Noall

T:

01271 321171

A:

Freedom Centre, 1 Howard Ave, Barnstaple, EX32 8QA

location

GP BEDS

16

other beds

44

partnership est.

Jul 2014

CHURCHES INVOLVED

8

Friends First

Hove

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Our mission is transform lives by empowering individuals to break cycles of dependency, long-term unemployment, social-isolation and homelessness. Our pathway tackles the root causes of these issues with a holistic, person-centred approach so individuals can grow in their aspirations and re-integrate positively into their communities. Friends First support disadvantaged and long-term unemployed people to gain work-ready skills, secure employment, and find safe and supported accommodation. We offer a unique opportunity to those in need of a ‘hand up’ who are motivated and willing to work hard in order to achieve lasting, positive change in their lives.

contact

Georgia Collier

T:

01273 840880

A:

21-23 Clarendon Villas, Hove, BN3 3RE

location

GP BEDS

3

other beds

5

partnership est.

Apr 2008

CHURCHES INVOLVED

3

Interventions Alliance (Seetec)

Hockley

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At Interventions Alliance, part of the employee-owned Seetec Group, we believe everyone should have the opportunity to build a better future. We combine our knowledge, skills and talents across sectors to establish services and interventions that overcome the barriers holding people back. Using our experience in an evidence-led approach, we collaborate with organisations to confront challenges and address long-term issues that have previously prevented progress.We give equal importance to delivering services focused on prevention, as well as those aiding rehabilitation, so everyone has an opportunity to fulfil their potential. By working proactively, we aim to transform provision across the justice and social care sectors.

contact

Rupert Nesbitt-Day

T:

 0845 330 6573

A:

75-77 Main Rd, Hockley SS5 4RG

location

GP BEDS

0

other beds

25

partnership est.

Apr 2021

CHURCHES INVOLVED

0

REST

NORWICH

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REST provides a warm, safe, encouraging environment to gain freedom from addiction. The project is focused on supporting those who are rough sleeping in Norwich. It specifically aims to assist those wanting to overcome addiction in their lives!

contact

Claire Melia

T:

01603 617697

A:

2 Buxton Close, Easton, Norwich, NR9 5DW

location

GP BEDS

4

other beds

0

partnership est.

Oct 2020

CHURCHES INVOLVED

Trevi : Daffodil

PLYMOUTH

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Trevi provides rehabilitation and parental assessment for mothers with drug or alcohol dependency issues, together with their children. Trevi is both a home and safe place; where mothers and their children remain together as a family unit, whilst substance misuse and related issues are addressed. We strive to deliver a service that is professional, empathetic, and one in which all our residents can have their individual needs heard and respected.

contact

Hannah Shead

T:

01752 255 758

A:

Sunflower Women’s Centre 29 Sutherland Road, Plymouth, PL4 6BW

location

GP BEDS

11

other beds

10

partnership est.

Oct 2018

CHURCHES INVOLVED

Victory Outreach London City Church

London

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VOLCC (Victory Outreach London City Church), is a place where people can come to know that they have a second chance, a sense of purpose and belonging. That there is hope and destiny for their future which included their family and their loved ones. We are called to task of evangelising and discipling the hurting people of the world, with the message of hope and plan of Jesus Christ.

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Janet Elwin

T:

02075661183

A:

Mossbourne Academy, Victoria park Road, London, E9 7HD

location

GP BEDS

0

other beds

0

partnership est.

Jun 2021

CHURCHES INVOLVED

1

City Church Bristol

Bristol

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As a church we want the whole of Bristol to know the life-changing truth about Jesus and to see people’s lives all across the city transformed by God. Our church vision is ‘Helping Bristol Believe by reaching the whole of Bristol with the gospel, restoring broken lives and resourcing sites and cities by making disciples and training leaders. We are a growing community of diverse people with a desire to love Jesus, love each other and love our city. Our faith is rooted in the teaching of the Bible, and we expect to encounter the presence of God through His Holy Spirit whenever we gather.

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Jess Welchman

T:

07498 789139

A:

The Elmgrove Centre, Elmgrove Rd, Bristol, BS6 6AH

location

GP BEDS

0

other beds

0

partnership est.

Feb 2021

CHURCHES INVOLVED

1

Interventions Alliance (Seetec)

Hockley

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At Interventions Alliance, part of the employee-owned Seetec Group, we believe everyone should have the opportunity to build a better future. We combine our knowledge, skills and talents across sectors to establish services and interventions that overcome the barriers holding people back. Using our experience in an evidence-led approach, we collaborate with organisations to confront challenges and address long-term issues that have previously prevented progress.We give equal importance to delivering services focused on prevention, as well as those aiding rehabilitation, so everyone has an opportunity to fulfil their potential. By working proactively, we aim to transform provision across the justice and social care sectors.

contact

Rupert Nesbitt-Day

T:

 0845 330 6573

A:

75-77 Main Rd, Hockley SS5 4RG

location

GP BEDS

0

other beds

25

partnership est.

Apr 2021

CHURCHES INVOLVED

0

City Church Bristol

Bristol

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As a church we want the whole of Bristol to know the life-changing truth about Jesus and to see people’s lives all across the city transformed by God. Our church vision is ‘Helping Bristol Believe by reaching the whole of Bristol with the gospel, restoring broken lives and resourcing sites and cities by making disciples and training leaders. We are a growing community of diverse people with a desire to love Jesus, love each other and love our city. Our faith is rooted in the teaching of the Bible, and we expect to encounter the presence of God through His Holy Spirit whenever we gather.

contact

Jess Welchman

T:

07498 789139

A:

The Elmgrove Centre, Elmgrove Rd, Bristol, BS6 6AH

location

GP BEDS

0

other beds

0

partnership est.

Feb 2021

CHURCHES INVOLVED

1

Interventions Alliance (Seetec)

Hockley

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At Interventions Alliance, part of the employee-owned Seetec Group, we believe everyone should have the opportunity to build a better future. We combine our knowledge, skills and talents across sectors to establish services and interventions that overcome the barriers holding people back. Using our experience in an evidence-led approach, we collaborate with organisations to confront challenges and address long-term issues that have previously prevented progress.We give equal importance to delivering services focused on prevention, as well as those aiding rehabilitation, so everyone has an opportunity to fulfil their potential. By working proactively, we aim to transform provision across the justice and social care sectors.

contact

Rupert Nesbitt-Day

T:

 0845 330 6573

A:

75-77 Main Rd, Hockley SS5 4RG

location

GP BEDS

0

other beds

25

partnership est.

Apr 2021

CHURCHES INVOLVED

0

Living Spring Homes

Orpington

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Living Spring Homes ensure that vulnerable people who have been street homeless and who are unable to access local housing privileges will have a shelter / homes they can call their own. They will be assisted with supported living accommodation where they can thrive, have self-pride and improved life opportunities and self-worth. Service users who have faced prejudice and stigma will be integrated and become part of the community.

contact

Ayoola Femi Afelumo

T:

07495866318

A:

26 Pleasance Road, Orpington, Kent, BR5 3AR

location

GP BEDS

0

other beds

0

partnership est.

Aug 2021

CHURCHES INVOLVED

1

London Rangers Football

Brent

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The purpose of London Rangers Football is to provide opportunities for mainly young people who are marginalised by society. We do this through football training, mentoring long term unemployed for DWP and education 13-24yrs in construction, business and sports coaches.

contact

Terry Springer

T:

02088383529

A:

Ujima House, 388 Wembley High Road, HA9 6AR

location

GP BEDS

0

other beds

0

partnership est.

Jun 2021

CHURCHES INVOLVED

0

Interventions Alliance (Seetec)

Hockley

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At Interventions Alliance, part of the employee-owned Seetec Group, we believe everyone should have the opportunity to build a better future. We combine our knowledge, skills and talents across sectors to establish services and interventions that overcome the barriers holding people back. Using our experience in an evidence-led approach, we collaborate with organisations to confront challenges and address long-term issues that have previously prevented progress.We give equal importance to delivering services focused on prevention, as well as those aiding rehabilitation, so everyone has an opportunity to fulfil their potential. By working proactively, we aim to transform provision across the justice and social care sectors.

contact

Rupert Nesbitt-Day

T:

 0845 330 6573

A:

75-77 Main Rd, Hockley SS5 4RG

location

GP BEDS

0

other beds

25

partnership est.

Apr 2021

CHURCHES INVOLVED

0

Life Essence

MITCHAM

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Life Essence UK believes in reaching people from every background, race, religion, age or sex, to show how Jesus loves us all and to break the stereotypes of what it means to be a follower of Christ in today's world. They provide supported housing to vulnerable homeless children and families who are are in need of a safe place to live and thrive. Life Essence also provide an online platform providing an opportunity to learn how to form a relationship with God and how to support others.

contact

Kelleigh Wooderson-Hudson

T:

07940 953457

A:

2 Vale Road, Mitcham, CR4 1NN

location

GP BEDS

4

other beds

0

partnership est.

Dec 2019

CHURCHES INVOLVED

Living Spring Homes

Orpington

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Living Spring Homes ensure that vulnerable people who have been street homeless and who are unable to access local housing privileges will have a shelter / homes they can call their own. They will be assisted with supported living accommodation where they can thrive, have self-pride and improved life opportunities and self-worth. Service users who have faced prejudice and stigma will be integrated and become part of the community.

contact

Ayoola Femi Afelumo

T:

07495866318

A:

26 Pleasance Road, Orpington, Kent, BR5 3AR

location

GP BEDS

0

other beds

0

partnership est.

Aug 2021

CHURCHES INVOLVED

1

Ella's

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Ella's is a London-based organisation working with women who have survived trafficking and sexual exploitation. They are passionate and driven to provide the best care for as many survivors as possible. The support that Ella's provides is not just a 'nice to have' for women who have survived trafficking and exploitation - it is essential to their safety and freedom. Without it, many would fall back into danger.

contact

Lauren Martin

T:

07410 982 030

A:

The Arc Club, 72–76 Digby Road, London E9 6HX

location

GP BEDS

3

other beds

5

partnership est.

Jun 2014

CHURCHES INVOLVED

6

Interventions Alliance (Seetec)

Hockley

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At Interventions Alliance, part of the employee-owned Seetec Group, we believe everyone should have the opportunity to build a better future. We combine our knowledge, skills and talents across sectors to establish services and interventions that overcome the barriers holding people back. Using our experience in an evidence-led approach, we collaborate with organisations to confront challenges and address long-term issues that have previously prevented progress.We give equal importance to delivering services focused on prevention, as well as those aiding rehabilitation, so everyone has an opportunity to fulfil their potential. By working proactively, we aim to transform provision across the justice and social care sectors.

contact

Rupert Nesbitt-Day

T:

 0845 330 6573

A:

75-77 Main Rd, Hockley SS5 4RG

location

GP BEDS

0

other beds

25

partnership est.

Apr 2021

CHURCHES INVOLVED

0

Orchards

LONDON

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Orchards is a charity with a vision to see women free from sexual exploitation. Housing can act both as a reason for entry into prostitution and as a barrier to exiting. There are very few safe houses for women post-National Referral Mechanism or who are ineligible to receive NRM support and current provision does not meet the high demand, so the risk of re-trafficking or homelessness is high. We provide clusters of safe, one-bedroom flats for women who have experienced sexual exploitation and who are not entitled to state housing support, enabling them to continue their journey towards a sustained exit from prostitution.

contact

Emma Goulds

T:

N/A

A:

N/A

location

GP BEDS

2

other beds

0

partnership est.

Sep 2018

CHURCHES INVOLVED

1

Ella's

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Ella's is a London-based organisation working with women who have survived trafficking and sexual exploitation. They are passionate and driven to provide the best care for as many survivors as possible. The support that Ella's provides is not just a 'nice to have' for women who have survived trafficking and exploitation - it is essential to their safety and freedom. Without it, many would fall back into danger.

contact

Lauren Martin

T:

07410 982 030

A:

The Arc Club, 72–76 Digby Road, London E9 6HX

location

GP BEDS

3

other beds

5

partnership est.

Jun 2014

CHURCHES INVOLVED

6

Interventions Alliance (Seetec)

Hockley

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At Interventions Alliance, part of the employee-owned Seetec Group, we believe everyone should have the opportunity to build a better future. We combine our knowledge, skills and talents across sectors to establish services and interventions that overcome the barriers holding people back. Using our experience in an evidence-led approach, we collaborate with organisations to confront challenges and address long-term issues that have previously prevented progress.We give equal importance to delivering services focused on prevention, as well as those aiding rehabilitation, so everyone has an opportunity to fulfil their potential. By working proactively, we aim to transform provision across the justice and social care sectors.

contact

Rupert Nesbitt-Day

T:

 0845 330 6573

A:

75-77 Main Rd, Hockley SS5 4RG

location

GP BEDS

0

other beds

25

partnership est.

Apr 2021

CHURCHES INVOLVED

0

Orchards

LONDON

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Orchards is a charity with a vision to see women free from sexual exploitation. Housing can act both as a reason for entry into prostitution and as a barrier to exiting. There are very few safe houses for women post-National Referral Mechanism or who are ineligible to receive NRM support and current provision does not meet the high demand, so the risk of re-trafficking or homelessness is high. We provide clusters of safe, one-bedroom flats for women who have experienced sexual exploitation and who are not entitled to state housing support, enabling them to continue their journey towards a sustained exit from prostitution.

contact

Emma Goulds

T:

N/A

A:

N/A

location

GP BEDS

2

other beds

0

partnership est.

Sep 2018

CHURCHES INVOLVED

1

Beacon Church Havant

HAVANT

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Life can be chaotic. Unexpected things can suddenly happen. The stability of the home can evaporate. Beacon Housing is the housing arm of Beacon Church Havant that aims to help deal with these issues. We provide supported housing to help young people at risk of homelessness, offering rooms to single men up to 35 years of age. We provide support and care to our residents to help them grow in their faith and their life skills.

contact

Simon and Ann Waters

T:

023 9247 0167

A:

The Beacon, 69-73 Meridian Centre, Havant, Hampshire, PO9 1UN

location

GP BEDS

4

other beds

0

partnership est.

Jun 2020

CHURCHES INVOLVED

1

Interventions Alliance (Seetec)

Hockley

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At Interventions Alliance, part of the employee-owned Seetec Group, we believe everyone should have the opportunity to build a better future. We combine our knowledge, skills and talents across sectors to establish services and interventions that overcome the barriers holding people back. Using our experience in an evidence-led approach, we collaborate with organisations to confront challenges and address long-term issues that have previously prevented progress.We give equal importance to delivering services focused on prevention, as well as those aiding rehabilitation, so everyone has an opportunity to fulfil their potential. By working proactively, we aim to transform provision across the justice and social care sectors.

contact

Rupert Nesbitt-Day

T:

 0845 330 6573

A:

75-77 Main Rd, Hockley SS5 4RG

location

GP BEDS

0

other beds

25

partnership est.

Apr 2021

CHURCHES INVOLVED

0

Walk to Freedom

Luton

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The Walk to Freedom believes in its services and we challenge some of the more dated approaches to drug and/or alcohol dependency, training and adolescent antisocial behaviour in relation to serious youth violence, gang exploitation, knife crime and adolescent drug abuse. By thinking differently with our newly designed and innovative programmes, workshops and mentoring, The Walk To Freedom  is in a class of its own delivering a quality service to the local community and nationwide based on the needs of its clients, not on what we think they need.nd nationwide based on the needs of its clients, not on what we think they need.

contact

Annie Oliver

T:

01582726039

A:

24-26 Rothesay Rd, Third Floor, Luton, LU1 1QX

location

GP BEDS

4

other beds

0

partnership est.

Feb 2017

CHURCHES INVOLVED

0