Homelessness is not just an urban issue.
Since 2001 when our first accommodation service opened in Hexham we have supported over 1000 homeless and vulnerable adults.
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