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Psychology in Hostels Project (Lambeth)

They provide a flexible and responsive psychology service to adults (18 years+) with complex needs in the Lambeth homeless hostel network. Such people may have severe mental health problems, histories of complex trauma and drug and alcohol use. The service is provided by two psychologists, who are based in the Thamesreach Stamford Street Hostel which provides more »

SHP Tenancy Support Services – Lambeth

SHP (Single Homeless People) aims to prevent homelessness and promote social inclusion.  They run regular advice surgeries in partnership with local treatment services.  At the surgeries you can get advice and support on:  Housing queries, Benefit issues, Council Tax issues, Debt advice, and referral for Tenancy Support if required. This service is for anyone living in Lambeth who is: more »

Spires Centre & Streetlink

Spires is a South London based charity that helps hundreds of homeless and disadvantaged people all year round. They work to improve the quality of life of people who are homeless, insecurely housed, unemployed or suffering from the effects of poverty, mental ill health and loneliness. Spires’ services are offered at the drop-in day centre more »

St Mungo’s – Putting Down Roots Gardening

Putting Down Roots is a gardening project for people who are currently homeless or have been in the past, or who are at risk of becoming homeless. We work in hostel grounds, public parks and on our own allotment, developing gardening skills, growing organic vegetables and carrying out hard landscaping and building projects. We have more »

Thames Reach

Thames Reach helps homeless and vulnerable people to live in decent homes, build supportive relationships and lead fulfilling lives. In this way, they hope to achieve their vision of ending street homelessness. They support people with experience of homelessness as well as vulnerable or isolated men and women who may be in danger of becoming homeless. They more »

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