Homelessness is not just an urban issue.
Since 2001 when our first accommodation service opened in Hexham we have supported almost 900 homeless and vulnerable adults.
This is just 40% of the referrals we received.
We are here to support vulnerable adults, both those who are homeless and those who may be threatened with homelessness. We recognise that to have a home is not just about having a roof over one’s head but is a place to feel safe and secure with a sense of stability and ‘belonging’.
By providing a high standard of accommodation and individual support to each person, we help to begin the process of building that self-esteem and providing a feeling of security from the moment an individual enters our service. We are here to help people help themselves.
Made possible by...
Also with thanks to:
Hexham churches: Trinity Methodist Church, West End Methodist, St Mary's
St Andrew's, Corbridge
Henry Bell Trust
and a number of individual donors