Better futures for everyone
We believe that everyone has the right to a better future:
- People who are affected by homeless
- People who are addicted to drugs and alcohol
- People are struggling with their mental health
- People who are unemployed and socially excluded
- And people with problems so complex that they and many others have given up hope that their lives will change.
Our work is about empowering those people to address the challenges they face and supporting them to live independently in our communities.
Tackling homelessness and disadvantage
We hold a clear vision of the future built on a community of inclusion:
- Where people are valued for who they are and what they can be
- Where individuals and families will be decently housed, supported by others and will look to the future with hope
- Where homelessness won’t happen because the causes are understood and prevented
- Where resilience will be developed in schools and at work to reduce the impact of emotional trauma
- Where the supply of damaging substances will be reduced, so they no longer threaten health and wellbeing
- Where opportunities will exist to develop new skills and employment prospects. People will feel safe because they and others feel included, have aspirations and are positive about the future.
These are bold ambitions but to achieve success we must first be sure what it looks like.
How we help people and communities
We provide services in four main areas, which we refer to as the four central pillars or our work.
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We house homeless people who others cannot or will not house.
Health and social care
Providing specialist health and clinical services to ensure physical and emotional wellbeing.
Building skills and employability to help people to create their own financial stability.
Support and care
We support people to overcome challenges and to live with dignity.