Services include helping adults and young people who have experienced issues such as homelessness, long-term unemployment, involvement in the criminal justice system and other similar barriers get personalised, specialist help to overcome barriers and move their lives forward. This long-standing area of our work also enables other teams with St Giles to refer people to these services. We are involved in a cluster of projects in south London which help people who have multiple needs around substance misuse, mental health issues, homelessness and involvement in the criminal justice system. Sourcing suitable housing is a particular challenge in this area of our work. We offer tailored, peer led services which work alongside other agencies to enable people overcome barriers, stabilise their situations and progress towards independence. They also provide a food pantry, whereby individuals pay a weekly subscription of £3.50 a week.
There is an online referral form.
Turning a past into a future.