People sleeping rough, living in temporary accommodation or sofa surfing – all of them are homeless.
Our member organisations place every individual at the heart of their work responding to their particular circumstances. They provide people with opportunities and skills to help them work towards a better future in a home and with a job.
Sector: Homeless people
Caritas Anchor House
Caritas Anchor House is an award winning and nationally acclaimed residential / life skills centre in East London for single homeless people. We support homeless and vulnerable people to turn their lives around through addressing the root causes of their issues through training, education and personal rehabilitation.
Cardinal Hume Centre
The Cardinal Hume Centre in Westminster works with homeless young people and the local community. Its staff and volunteers enable people to gain the skills they need to overcome poverty and homelessness. It does this by focusing on four critical areas of need: income, housing, education, and legal status.
Caritas Diocese of Salford
Caritas Salford is the independent charitable arm of the Diocese of Salford, which covers Greater Manchester and East Lancashire. Inspired by Catholic Social Teaching, they promote social justice through service, care and advocacy and envision a community where all people, particularly those experiencing disadvantage or discrimination, are welcomed, valued and… More
Caritas Diocese of Westminster
Caritas Diocese of Westminster (CDOW) is an agency of the Diocese that connects diocesan agencies, charities and statutory agencies with local initiatives such as parish projects. The work of Caritas is complemented by The John Southworth Fund, the Deaf Service, and St Joseph Pastoral Centre.
Catholic Agency for Racial Justice (CARJ)
CARJ is an independent charity and an Agency of the Catholic Bishops Conference of England and Wales, established in 1984. CARJ works to support people from diverse backgrounds, Catholic Dioceses and Parishes, raises awareness and provides education for racial justice, promotes spiritual growth and development, and undertakes advocacy.
in: Homeless people
Depaul UK helps young people who are homeless, vulnerable and disadvantaged. Depaul UK has helped over 50,000 people since it was founded in 1989 and continues to work with more than 5,000 young people a year through its own services and those run by accredited Nightstop schemes.
Hallam Caring Services
Hallam Caring Services is the forum in the Diocese which brings together its social care projects, covering a wide range of needs. It offers a variety of services and support, not only to the Catholic population, but to the wider community as a whole.
in: Homeless people
We enable local groups and churches to provide practical help to people in housing need. At the same time we work for change in housing policies at national and local level. We do this by embracing partnership with people of all faiths (and none) who share our values of social… More