CODES: mh: Mental health ah: Accommodation/housing advice ad: Advocacy a: Alcohol workers ac: Art classes b: Barber ba: Benefits advice bs: Bathroom/showers be: Bedding ca: Careers advice cl: Clothing store c: Counselling da: Debt advice dt: Dentist dw: Drugs workers et: Education/training ff: Food (free) f: Food fc: Foot care it: Internet access lf: Leisure facilities ls: Luggage storage ms: Medical/health md: Music/drama ne: Needle exchange ol: Outreach worker links ow: Outreach workers sh: Sexual health ts: Tenancy support la: Legal advice l: Laundry ef: Ex-forces eo: Ex-offenders sf: Step-free

999 Club (Deptford Centre)

21 Deptford Broadway SE8 4PA
020 8694 5797,
Winter shelter:
24 September to 31 March
Monday-Sunday: 6:30pm-8:30am; Monday-Friday: 9am-12pm (9–10.30am for rough sleepers only); Tuesday: 9am-12pm (mental health professionals); Wednesday: 9am-12pm (GP & signposting); Thursday: 9am-12pm (nurse practitioner); Warm and welcoming environment to anyone who is homeless. Learn new skills, find work and housing and reconnect to family and friends. Open-access sessions where people can access specialist advice on housing and benefits. Learning and activities programme and specialist healthcare services. Winter shelter referrals via agencies of the 999 Club Gateway Centre. 18+, dry, 25 spaces. CODES: MH, AH, AD, A, AC, B, BA, BS, CA, ET, FC, IT, L, MS, TS, LA, EO

Acton Homeless Concern

Emmaus House, 1 Berrymead Gardens W3 8AA
020 8992 5768,
Monday-Friday: 9am-12pm (refreshments, Damien Centre, 3-5 Church Rd, Acton); Monday-Friday: 2pm-6pm (refreshments, Damien Centre, 3-5 Church Rd, Acton); Thursday: 2:30pm-6pm (refreshments, Damien Centre, 3-5 Church Rd, Acton); Call for the times of their wide range of services. CODES: AH, A, B, BA, CL, C, DT, DW, F, FC, MS

Addiction Recovery Community (ARC) Hounslow

Montague Hall, Montague Road, Hounslow TW3 1LD
020 8538 1150,
Monday-Friday: 9am-5pm; Helps people in Hounslow break a cycle of addiction to heroin, cocaine, new psychoactive substance, alcohol etc. You can self-refer in person or contact them by phone, or get your key worker to make a referral on your behalf. Phone for times of services. CODES: A, DW

Antidote Services (London Friend)

London Friend, 86 Caledonian Road N1 9DN
020 7833 1674,
Was an LGBT+ drop in pre-Covid-19. Drug and alcohol service targeted at the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) community. For support email; Also drug and alcohol services targeted at the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) community. See website for latest contact information. CODES: A, C, DW, SH

Ashford Place Assessment Centre

60 Ashford Road, Cricklewood NW2 6TU
020 8208 8590,
Monday-Thursday: 9:30am-5pm; Friday: 10:30am-5pm; Shelter:
01 January to 31 December
Wednesday: 2pm-4pm (drop-in. A place cannot be guaranteed, but accepted clients will be put on a waiting list. Referrals taken only 9am-5pm); Rough sleeping outreach, floating support, health and wellbeing, alcohol and drugs treatment and much more. You are welcome to visit to make an appointment. Night shelter for single people in Brent open 365 days a year (25 spaces): for referral, phone 020 8208 8595. CODES: MH, AH, A, AC, BA, BS, CA, CL, C, DA, DW, ET, F, IT, L, MS, MD, OW, TS, LF

Barka UK (Reconnections Project)

07440 429 760,
Monday-Friday: 9am-4pm (helpline – Polish, Russian, Romanian and English); Offers Eastern European rough sleepers the opportunity to return home. Help with obtaining passports & transportation. Also information on employment, benefits, NI, the law, organisations supporting CEE migrants. Information on CEE Alcoholics Anonymous & Narcotics Anonymous groups. The helpline (0800 171 2926) is provided in Polish & English. CODES: AH, A, BA, CA, DW, OL, LA

Barnet Young People's Drug and Alcohol Service

Ground Floor, Dennis Scott Unit, Edgware Community Hospital HA8 0AD
0300 303 3169,
Support for young people affected by drug or alcohol problems. Psychosocial Interventions to encourage behavioural change and emotional change, pharmacological treatment, one to one and group work. Personalised services, and they can come and meet you at a place which suits you. Phone to find out more. CODES: A, C, DW

Brent Recovery Day Programme

Willesden Centre for Health, Harlesden Road NW10 3RY
0300 303 4611 (free),
Monday-Saturday: 9:30am-5pm; The Programme provides recovery treatment for people (18+) with addiction problems in Brent to help them get back to a clean and sober life, free from addiction. It runs 6 days a week for 12 weeks, and the team includes substance misuse workers, doctors, nurses and psychologists, as well as volunteers and peer mentors. 24/7 Helpline: 0800 107 1754. Get your support worker to complete the referral form ( Women-only groups available. CODES: NE, DW, A, SH, C, CA, ET

Camden Routes off The Streets (CGL)

6-8 Greenland Street NW1 0ND
0207 846 3535,
Monday-Friday: 11am-3pm; For single homeless people. CODES: MH, AH, A, BS, DW, FC, L, SF

Caritas Anchor House

81 Barking Road, Canning Town E16 4HB
0207 476 6062,
For people affected by homelessness, drug & alcohol misuse, mental health, domestic abuse & offending. Accommodation and varied services. Email Opening times: 24/7 CODES: MH, AH, A, AC, BA, CA, C, DA, DW, ET, IT, MD, SF


Central House, 25 Camperdown Street E1 8DZ
0845 466 3400,
For people aged 16-25. Referral via your local housing options team. CODES: AH, AD, A, C, DW, ET

CGL - New Direction

410 Lewisham High Street, Lewisham SE13 6LJ
020 8314 5566,
Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday: 9am-5pm (open access); Tuesday: 9am-1pm Self-referral/open access; Integrated treatment for adults who have a problem with drug and alcohol use. Nurses, keyworkers, doctors and counsellors, plus a peer mentor programme. Gender-specific services. Complementary health services. NA, CA and SMART groups. For assessment, attend an open-access session. Accept referrals by phone or email on Support for families and carers is available. Email: CODES: A, C, DW, ET, MS, NE, OW

CGL - Some Space Camden

7-8 Early Mews, Arlington Road NW1 7HG
020 3227 4950,
Monday: 10am-12am (appointments 5–7pm); Tuesday & Friday: 2pm-4pm ; Thursday: 5pm-7pm (appointments); A welcoming, open-access service for people experiencing difficulty with, or affected by, alcohol use issues. This includes provision of the Family Alcohol Service (FAS) delivered in partnership with the NSPCC and the affected others service ? Some Space (SS). Drop in, phone or email for an appointment. CODES: A, OL

Clean Break

2 Patshull Road NW5 2LB
020 7482 8600,
Monday: 11am-1pm (health and wellbeing); Inspirational theatre company working with women whose lives have been affected by the criminal justice system. Free courses in acting, writing, singing and recording. The Women's Space will be for women offenders and women at risk of offending due to drug or alcohol use or mental health needs. CODES: MH, A, DW, ET, MD, C, MS

Crisis Christmas

66 Commercial Street E1 6LT
0300 636 1967,
Winter shelter/Crisis at Christmas:
23 December to 29 December
Monday: 11am-9pm; Tuesday-Sunday: 9am-9pm; Crisis at Christmas provides food, good cheer and great company. Take part in fun and relaxing activities and get one-to-one advice to find your way out of homelessness. Day Centre addresses (23 – 29 December only: North London Day Centre (Westminster Kingsway College, 211 Grays Inn Row, WC1X 8RA), East London Day Centre (The City Academy, Hackney, Homerton Row, E9 6EA), West London Day Centre (Kensington Aldridge Academy, 1 Silchester Road, W10 6EX), South London Centre (City of London Academy, Lynton Road, SE1 5LA), and Croydon Centre (Harris Invictus Academy Croydon, 88 London Road, CR0 2TB). CODES: AH, AD, BS, BE, CL, DT, ET, FF, IT, OL, LF, FC, MH, MS, MD, DW, LA, F, A, TS

Ealing Soup Kitchen

St John's Church Hall, Mattock Lane W13 9LA
0208 840 0651,
Saturday & Sunday: 3:30pm-5pm (St John's Ch Room, Mattock Lane, W13 9LA); Friday: 11am-4pm (drop-in, The Crypt, St John's W13 9LA; Monday: 7pm-9pm (drop-in, Salvation Army, 6 Leeland Rd, W13 9HH); They also give practical help/housing advice. AA meetings. CODES: AH, A, FF

Enfield and Haringey Homeless Respite, All People All Places

N8 & EN2
December to April
Monday-Sunday: 7:30pm-8am; Daytime casework (housing, benefits, health) and advocacy all year. From December to March, there is overnight respite offering evening meal, bed and breakfast, but it is recommended that you apply for a place before December to get on the list/waiting list: Email contact 7 days per week. Response often immediate, always same day and within 24 hours. Day centre operates 4 or 5 days per week. All enquiries by email: CODES: AD, A, AH, BS, BE, BA, DA, L, MD, TS

Evolve Housing & Support

9 Akabusi Close, Croydon, Greater London CR0 6YL
020 8662 1171,
Monday-Friday: 9am-4pm; Accommodation for 10 people aged 21-69 who have experienced alcohol- and/or drug-related problems, and are currently dry/clean and wish to remain so. Priority to applicants from Croydon. Referral only. CODES: A, C, DW

Faith in Action (Homelessness Project Merton)

Salvation Army Citadel, 109 Kingston Road, South Wimbledon SW19 3JR
07843 280 419,
Wednesday & Friday: 10am-3pm; Drop-in for rough sleepers, and for people who are vulnerably housed, socially excluded, vulnerable or isolated, and for those with addiction issues. Benefits advice most Wednesdays. Advocacy, alcohol and drug advice. A listening ear, breakfast, lunch, teas and coffees. CODES: AH, AD, A, BA, BS, CL, C, DW, F, L, OL, LF

Fusion Young People's Drug and Alcohol Service

Station Road Centre, Station Road, Barkingside IG6 1NB
020 8708 7801,
Confidential service for young people with drug or alcohol issues. Psychosocial interventions to encourage behavioural change and emotional change, one-to-one keyworking, trauma counselling and structured group work. Phone to find out how they can help. CODES: A, C, DW

Great Chapel Street Medical Centre

13 Great Chapel Street W1F 8FL
020 7437 9360,
Monday, Tuesday, Thursday: 10am-12:30pm (doctor); Monday-Friday: 2pm-4:30pm (doctor); Monday & Friday: 10am-12:30pm (alcohol & mental health nurse); Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday: 2pm-4:30pm (drugs, alcohol & mental health nurse); Monday: 10am-12pm (counselling drop-in; appointment at other times); Tuesday: 2pm-4:30pm (counselling drop-in; appointment at other times); Friday: 9am-12:30pm (podiatry); Tuesday & Thursday: 10am-5pm (dental service); Primary healthcare for homeless people. Wide range of drop-in services, and you can see a psychiatrist by appointment. Get the latest NHS information and advice about coronavirus (COVID-19) on their website: CODES: MH, AH, AD, A, C, DW, FC, MS

Haringey Recovery Service

590 Seven Sisters Road N15 6HR
020 8801 3999,
Monday-Friday: 9:30am-5pm; Works with individuals in recovery from drug & alcohol misuse. Holistic approach, with continued support, equipping people with the skill for self-development. CODES: AD, A, AC, BA, CA, C, DA, DW, ET, IT, LF, MD, OL, OW, SH, TS, LA, EO, SF


Maya House, 134-138 Borough High Street SE1 1LB
020 7378 3100,
Supports male and female victims of modern slavery to ensure their voices are heard and they get the support they need to rebuild their lives. Wide range of services - check the website for details. Supported housing for vulnerable young people. CODES: MH, AD, DW, A

HYPE – Hounslow Young People Engaged

Montague Hall, Montague Road, Hounslow TW3 1LD
020 8538 1150,
Free, confidential service for young people in Hounslow who are experiencing problems associated with the use of drink or drugs (cannabis, alcohol, heroin, cocaine and new psychoactive substances etc). You can self-refer ( CODES: DW, A

ICAS - Integrated Camden Alcohol Service

7-8 Early Mews, Arlington Road, Camden Town NW1 7HG
020 3227 4950,
Monday: 10am-12am (appointments 5-7pm); Tuesday & Friday: 2pm-4pm; Thursday: 5pm-7pm (appointments) ; A welcoming, open-access service for people experiencing difficulty with, or affected by, alcohol use issues. This includes provision of the Family Alcohol Service (FAS), delivered in partnership with the NSPCC, and the affected others service, Some Space (SS). CODES: A, OW

Islington Young People's Drug and Alcohol Service (IYPDAS )

50 Isledon Road N7 7LD
020 7527 5099
Monday-Friday: 9am-5pm; A free, confidential service which offers one-to-one counselling, advice and information for drug and alcohol issues to young people in Islington up to the age of 21. Also offers group work, staff training and drug education, all free of charge. Please ring 0207 5275099 for more information or to make an appointment. Referrals can also be made over the phone or emailed to CODES: AD, A, DW, OW

Kairos Community Trust

235 Valley Road SW16 2AF
020 7277 6264,
Monday-Friday: 9am-5pm; The Trust provides this abstinence-support hostel, plus three treatment services and a network of supported sober-living move-on houses across six London boroughs for single homeless people 18+ with drug and alcohol dependency who are committed to becoming clean and dry, and have low support needs. If no vacancies, placed on waiting list. Will help with claiming benefits, and getting ID and funding. CODES: AD, A, BA, DW

Lambeth Drug & Alcohol Consortium

Lorraine Hewitt House, 12-14 Brighton Terrace, Brixton SW9 8DG
0203 228 1500,
Community detox from drugs and alcohol, plus in-patient detox if appropriate for Lambeth people 18+. Free confidential service to all Lambeth residents aged 18 years and over CODES: NE, A, DW, BA, TS, OL, EO

Lifeline Basis Substance Misuse Service

Royal Arsenal Medical Centre, 21 Arsenal Way, Woolwich SE16 6TE
020 3696 2640,
Monday-Friday: 9am-4:30pm (later by appointment); A unique, free and confidential substance misuse service in Greenwich. They work with those using cannabis; cocaine and party drugs; new psychoactive substances (NPS, formerly 'legal highs') and party drugs; steroids; alcohol (non-dependent); and 'chemsex'. Good inks to local social enterprises which offer training, volunteering and employment. CODES: A, AC, DW, OL, OW, SF, LF, ET

London Irish Centre

50-52 Camden Square NW1 9XB
020 7916 2222,
Has been providing welfare services, and social and cultural events for over 50 years. Ring for service times. CODES: AH, A, BA, CL, C, DW, ET, MD

Missionaries of Charity (Gift of Love - for men)

112-116 St George's Road, Waterloo SE1 6EU
020 7620 1504
Friday-Wednesday: 9am-11am; Ring first. For single, homeless men (particularly rough sleepers) aged 25+ with low support needs, including those with no recourse to public funds. Health clinic alternate Tuesdays. Twice weekly AA meeting (one for Polish residents only). Nurse, mental health team and optician visits. CODES: MH, AH, A, FF

New Horizon Youth Centre

68 Chalton Street NW1 1JR
020 7388 5560,
Monday: 2pm-4pm (alcohol support); Monday-Sunday: 10:30am-4pm (showers, laundry, breakfast & lunch;10.30am-1pm advice); For young (16-24) homeless people. Free lunch. Women-only groups. Mental health, life skills & advice, and employment/resettlement support. Sex worker project. Street outreach. Refugee worker. 7-day drop-in provision. First-time visitors should arrive outside the centre at 10.00am to make an appointment with the Advice team. Support with referrals into winter night shelters. Centre only closes 1-4 January. CODES: MH, AH, AD, A, BA, BS, CA, CL, DW, ET, FF, IT, LF, MS, OL, OW

NEWway Project (Newham)

Bonny Downs Baptist Church, Darwell Close E6 6BT
01 October to 30 April
Monday-Sunday: 7:30pm-8:30am; Referral-only winter night shelter and year-round NEWday centre for homeless people in Newham, with extended Advocacy services and life-skills workshops. Office hours: Monday to Sunday, 9am-2:30pm. CODES: AH, AD, A, DA, DW, FF, L, TS, BA, CL, CA, MS, BS, IT, DT, C, ET, OL

Quaker Homeless Action/Quaker Open Christmas

Admin: PO Box 7105, Poole, Dorset BH15 4DQ, Winter shelter: The American Church, 79A Tottenham Court Road, W1T 4TD
07833 123155,
Winter Shelter:
23 December to 30 December
Monday: 3pm-9am; Tuesday-Monday: 9am-9am Open 24 hours. 3pm on 23 December until 10am on 30th December. There will be hot food and drinks, clothing, entertainment, mobile library, hairdressers, a food bank, showers, and all sorts of other services and resources available.; Monday: 11:30am-12:30pm (mobile library, 3rd week of month, Manna Centre); Tuesday: 7pm-7:30pm (mobile library, alt. weeks at Lincoln’s Inn Fields); Saturday: 10am-4pm (mobile library: The Passage, 10am–10.30am; The American Church, 11.15am–12pm; St Giles in the Fields, 2pm–4pm); Quaker Homeless Action runs mobile libraries. The Christmas Shelter (24 beds, dry) provides breakfast and supper for up to 75. It closes at 10pm except for those who have been given a bed. Self referrals and referrals from Islington Outreach Forum agencies (inc. Islington DAAT, Whitaker Centre, Pilion Trust, New Horizon, Focus and Angel Drug Services) or others that can provide ongoing support. Phone to check vacancies. CODES: AH, AD, A, AC, B, BA, BS, BE, CL, DW, FF, FC, MS, NE, OL, OW, SH, LF

Recovery Intervention Service Ealing-Southall (RISE)

Saluja Clinic, 36A Northcote Avenue, Southall UB1 2AY
020 8843 5900,
Monday-Wednesday: 9am-5pm; Thursday: 9am-7pm; Free and confidential service for people in Ealing provides assessment and short-term treatment, and helps individuals to access other support services. Helps people break a cycle of addiction to heroin, cocaine and new psychoactive substance, and alcohol. Specialist health care interventions, talking therapies, medication, community or residential detox and rehab. Get your key worker to refer you. CODES: A, DW, C

Redbridge Assessment Centre

16 York Road, Ilford IG1 3AD
020 8911 7470,
Sunday-Thursday: 7:30am-8:45am; Friday & Saturday: 7:30pm-9:15am; Monday-Friday: 9:30am-5pm (office hours); Services only for people staying at the shelter. Some classes for residents and ex-residents only - ring first. Referral only from Redbridge Housing Team. CODES: AH, A, AC, BS, BE, CL, DW, ET, F, IT, LS, MS, LF

Remar Association UK

847 High Road, Leytonstone E11 1HH
020 8539 0452,
Wednesday: 7:30pm-8:30pm (William IV St, Strand - hot drinks, biscuits and sandwiches); Offers assistance for free to disadvantaged people and individuals suffering from drug or alcoholic addiction. 24-hour helpline: 0791 758 5056 CODES: A, DW, FF

Reset Outreach and Referral Service @ Providence Row

82 Wentworth Street E1 7SA
0800 802 1860, 020 7375 0020,
Monday-Friday: 8:30am-4pm Needle exchange and harm min; Reset Outreach and Referral Service offers linkage to substance misuse treatment, training and education about drugs and overdose and a harm reduction programme which provides one on one advice and supplies to people who use various substances, from opioids to performance enhancing drugs (steroids) to hormones. Call 0800 802 1860 for more info. CODES: NE, A, DW, SH, OW


89 Heath Road, Twickenham TW1 4AW
0208 288 6506,
Monday-Friday: 9:30am-5pm; Since 1987, SPEAR has offered services to thousands of homeless and vulnerable people in and around Richmond, successfully transforming lives and supporting many of their service users to the point that they have achieved total independence. CODES: AH, A, BA, DW, OW, TS

Spires Centre

8 Tooting Bec Gardens SW16 1RB
020 8696 0943,
Monday, Tuesday, Friday: 9am-10:30am (rough sleepers); Tuesday: 10:30am-2pm (drop-in); Wednesday: 10am-12pm (rough sleepers only); Thursday: 9am-1pm (rough sleepers only); Monday & Friday: 10:30am-1:30pm (women's space); Drop-in, food, showers, clothing, resettlement advice, drug & alcohol support, health advice, medical and optician services and much more! Please contact Spires for adult education info and times. CODES: AH, MS, A, DW


446 Fulham Road SW6 1DT
020 7385 2110,
Monday-Friday: 9am-5pm (closed 12.30–1.30); Wednesday: 4pm-7pm (drop-in alternative weeks - phone to check); Stoll is the leading provider of supported housing for ex-servicemen and women. As well as housing, they provide life-changing support including employment training, advice, addiction services and health and wellbeing activities. CODES: MH, AH, AD, A, BA, CA, C, DA, DW, ET, MD, OW, TS


Dalgarno Community Center, 1 Webb Close, London W10 5QB
020 7603 7956,
Monday: 6pm-9pm (drop-in, St Stephen’s Church, 1 Coverdale Rd, W12 8JJ); Free hot meal, friendship and donated items. Open-ccess to anyone who is homeless or vulnerably housed, or who can't afford to pay for both food and housing. CODES: AH, AD, A, BE, CL, DW, FF, OL, OW

Subwize Young People's Drug and Alcohol Service

The Vibe, 195-211 Becontree Avenue, Dagenham RM8 2UT
0300 303 4613,
Confidential service for people under 21 with drug and alcohol issues. psychosocial interventions to encourage behavioural change and emotional change, one-to-one keyworking, trauma counselling and structured group work. Phone and find out how they can help you. CODES: C, A, DW

Thames Reach (Camden Spectrum)

Camden Spectrum, 6-8 Greenland Street NW1 0ND
020 7267 4937,
Monday-Friday: 9:30am-7pm; Thames Reach is a London-based charity helping homeless and vulnerable people to find decent homes, build supportive relationships and lead fulfilling lives. Its vision is to end street homelessness. Email CODES: AH, A, AC, BS, CL, DW, FF, IT, MS, OL, TS, LF

The Connection at St Martin in the Fields

12 Adelaide Street WC2N 4HW
020 7766 5544,
Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday: 9am-1pm; Wednesday: 9am-12:30pm; Saturday: 9am-1pm (invite only); Day and night centre, outreach for rough sleepers, skills training and career advice, activity programmes and specialist support for complex needs. For people aged 16+. Visit website to see their wide range of services. CODES: MH, AH, A, AC, BA, BS, CA, CL, DW, ET, F, FC, IT, MS, MD, OW, SF

The Doctor Hickey Surgery

Cardinal Hume Centre, 3 Arneway Street, Horseferry Road SW1P 2BG
020 7222 8593,
Monday-Friday: 10am-12:30pm; Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday: 2pm-4pm; Wide range of medical and mental health services for people who are roofless, in hotels and hostels, squats and refuges, as well as shelters. In a serious emergency out of hours, phone 999. CODES: MH, A, C, DW, FC, MS, SH

The Greenhouse

19 Tudor Road E9 7SN
020 8510 4490,
Monday, Wednesday, Friday: 10am-12:30pm (drop-in) ; Thursday: 10am-1pm (drop-in for homeless E Europeans in Hackney); Health services for men and women who are sleeping rough, have a drug or alcohol problem, poor mental health, or who are simply struggling to keep a roof over their head in Hackney. Medical services include registering with a doctor and TB screening. Specific advice for Eastern Europeans, including translation services. Step-free entrance, with a lift to access other floors. CODES: MH, AH, A, BA, DA, DW, NE, OL, LA, SF

The Harbour

Community Link Team, 245 Coldharbour Lane, Brixton SW9 8RR
0207 095 1980,
Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday: 9:30am-4:30pm; Tuesday: 9:30am-1pm; One-to-one and group recovery support. Yoga/mindfulness, complementary therapies and support to access psychological services. Training, employment support. Cafe-style drop-in. CODES: TS, OL, DW, A, LF, ET, IT, C, BA

The Nehemiah Project

47 Tooting Bec Gardens, Streatham SW16 1RF
020 8773 7417,
Monday-Friday: 9am-5pm; Nehemiah runs a residential recovery programme for men with a history of addiction; it is abstinence-based and the three-month therapeutic course is compulsory. Enquiries 020 8773 7417, option 1, or email CODES: AH, A, C, DW, ET, EO

The Passage

St Vincent's Centre, Carlisle Place SW1P 1NL
020 7592 1850,
Monday-Friday: 8am-12pm (for rough sleepers); Monday-Friday: 12pm-2pm (lunch); Monday-Friday: 2pm-6pm (appointments); Monday-Friday: 4:30pm-6pm (verified rough sleepers); Saturday & Sunday: 9am-12pm; For people aged 25+. CODES: MH, AH, A, BA, CA, CL, DW, ET, F, FC, IT, MS, TS

The Pilion Trust

60 Lough Rd , 39-41 North Road N7 8FE
020 7700 2498,
Monday-Friday: 10am-5pm; Sunday: 2pm-5pm (outreach worker available at Margins, Union Chapel); Works with people who have been affected by drugs, alcohol and mental health. CODES: MH, AD, A, C, DW, OL, OW

U-Turn Recovery Project

299 Brockley Road SE4 2SA
020 8694 6125,
Friendly residential recovery centre. Complete the self-referral form on the website or ask your key worker to help you, and they'll get back to you. As well as a seven-step recovery programme, they have cooking lessons, gym visits, sports afternoons, and help with your CV. One-to-one and group sessions, and support to move on to independent living. CODES: A, DW, CA, LF, AH, BS

Veterans Aid

40 Buckingham Palace Road, Victoria SW1W 0RE
020 7828 2468,
Monday-Thursday: 8:30am-3:30pm (helpline); Friday: 8:30am-1:30pm; Free helpline: 0800 012 68 67. On your first visit, staff will assess your problems so the right specialist help can be arranged. CODES: MH, AH, AD, A, BA, CA, CL, C, DW, ET, MS, OL, OW, LA


01223 555800,
Monday-Friday: 9am-5pm (offices and helplines); UK-wide network of advocacy and service user involvement groups, which offer a services for those who have mental health needs, learning disabilities, dementia, autistic spectrum disorders, physical disabilities, sensory and communication impairments, substance misuse issues, acquired brain injury, a serious physical illness or a dual diagnosis. Check the website or phone to find your nearest branch. CODES: AD, A, DW

Wandsworth Community Drug and Alcohol Service (WCDAS)

St John's Therapy Centre, 162 St John's Hill, Battersea SW11 1SW
020 8812 4120,
Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday: 9am-4:30pm; Wednesday: 1pm-7pm; A consortium between SLaM NHS Foundation Trust, Addaction and St Mungo's which provides specialist treatment for Wandsworth adults affected by drug and/or alcohol issues. CODES: MH, A, DW, ET, MS, NE, OL, OW, SH, SF

Whitechapel Mission

212 Whitechapel Road E1 1BJ
020 7247 8280,
Monday-Friday: 7:30am-9:30am The Mission daycentre. Free breakfast 7-9am.; The Mission daycentre is open Mon-Sun from 6am. Mon-Fri 7:30am-9.30am showers available on appointment basis. Free breakfast 7-9am. We have take-away food parcels and clothing parcels. Haircuts every third Wed, next date is18 Nov. Mon-Fri from 9am advice worker available for questions on benefits, accommodation, night shelters and even Zoom interviews. CODES: AH, A, B, BA, BS, BE, CL, C, DA, DW, F, IT, MS, OL, TS


54 Birkenhead St WC1H 8BB
020 7520 1710,
Monday-Friday: 12pm-3pm morning and afternoon sessions - pls ring; W@W offer Advocacy and Support for women at high risk of/or are affected by prostitution and the sex trade.Women may be offered support, signposting and help to connect with statutory services around a wide range of issues including: e.g homelessness, basic needs, drug or alcohol issues, physical and mental health, employment, benefits, training and education. During Covid-19 offering advocacy and support will be offered for all women who access our services, including Showers, laundry, food and care packages. Opening times: Monday to Friday – morning and afternoon sessions. Numbers who can access will be limited for safety, ring ahead if possible. CODES: BS, AD, A, C, L, MS, MH, SH

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