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

The Salvation Army (Laurieston Centre)

39 South Portland Street, Glasgow G5 9JL
0141 429 6533, http://

240 Project

Latimer Community Church, 116 Bramley Road W10 6SU
0207 0187 540,
Monday: 11am-4pm Art, nutrition, cranio-sacral therapy, reading group; Tuesday: 11am-4pm Art, acupuncture, clay workshop, music group; Wednesday: 11am-4pm Art, portraiture, creative writing; Thursday: 12am-12am Times vary. Wellbeing trip.; Arts and wellbeing focused charity, creating a friendly and safe space for vulnerable adults, many with history of homelessness. Contact us for our current timetable and to find out more. Ring for details or check the timetable ( Not step-free. CODES: AC, F, IT, LF, MD, C, MH

999 Club (Deptford Centre)

21 Deptford Broadway SE8 4PA
020 8694 5797,
Monday-Friday: 9am-12pm serving food and providing access to a shower.; Tuesday: 9am-12pm (mental health professionals); Wednesday: 9am-12pm (GP & signposting); Thursday: 9am-12pm (nurse practitioner); Monday-Friday: 1pm-4pm serving food and providing access to a shower.; Warm and welcoming environment to anyone who is homeless. Day centre every weekday from 9am-12pm and 1pm-4pm serving food and providing access to a shower. 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. CODES: MH, AH, AD, A, AC, B, BA, BS, CA, ET, FC, IT, L, MS, TS, LA, EO, F

Ace of Clubs

St Alphonsus Rd, Clapham SW4 7AS
020 7720 2811,
Monday-Friday: 12pm-2:15pm Lunch; Mon-Fri: Lunch Served between 12 midday – - £1 contribution from all guests is encouraged Mon-Thurs: Access to Caseworkers (appointment only) 12 Midday – 2.30pm (drop in) Mon, Wed, Fri: Access to showers (appointment only) 9.20 – 11.40am Mon-Fri: Access to IT suite (first come basis) 12 midday – 2.30pm Mon & Thurs: NHS Nurse (appointment only) 11.30am – 2.30pm Weds: NHS Dentist (appointment only) 11am – 2.30pm Every other Thurs: Refugees/Asylum Seekers & Migrant Support (every other Thursday) Mon-Fri: Laundry service, i.e. Service Wash available throughout the week, £2 per load CODES: AH, B, BA, BS, BE, CL, ET, F, MS, OL

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. Emmaus House provides hot lunches during the week and every other weekend. It's also where clients can shower, pick up clothes and household items. Free professional services are on offer by appointment. CODES: AH, A, B, BA, CL, C, DT, DW, F, FC, MS

Addiction, Recovery, Community, Hillingdon Service (Arch)

Old Bank House, 64 High Street, Uxbridge UB8 1JP
01895 207777,
Monday, Wednesday, Friday: 9am-5:30pm; Tuesday & Thursday: 9am-7pm; Free and confidential service for young people and adults who live or are registered with a GP in Hillingdon and want to deal with their alcohol or drug difficulties, and associated emotional or mental health issues. Assessment and tailored recovery plans, detox, specialist treatment, advice and info, one-to-one and group therapy, peer support, men's and women's groups, evening and weekend social drop-in and activities etc. Self refer by phone or ask your key worker to help you. CODES: NE, AH, CA, LF, C


Princess May Primary School, Barrett's Grove Entrance (off Stoke Newington Road) N16 8AJ
07516 675995 (Sunday pm),
Sunday: 2pm-6pm; Social drop-in service for refugees, asylum seekers and other migrants. Hot meal, games, books, ESOL conversation classes and other activities. CODES: ET, F, LF

Al-Hasaniya Moroccan Women's Centre

Bays 4 and 5, Trellick Tower, Golborne Road W10 5PL
020 8969 2292,

Monday-Friday: 9:30am-5pm; Friday: 10am-12pm (drop-in); Sunday: 12pm-4pm 1st Sunday of month - drop-in for isolated Arabic-speaking men aged 55+); Advice and assistance for Moroccan and Arabic-speaking women and their families on benefits, housing, homelessness, domestic violence, health and mental health. For mental health support in Arabic, please book in advance. Outreach support to the elderly. ESOL classes with free creche for women returners. Some projects are borough-restricted, so contact them for more information. CODES: MH, AH, AD, BA, CA, ET, MS

ASLAN (All Souls Local Action Network)

c/o All Souls Clubhouse, 141 Cleveland Street W1T 6QG
020 7580 3522,
Saturday: 5:30am-7:45am (tea run: 5.45-6.15 Tavistock St; 6.15-6.45 Savoy Pl; 7-7.45 King William IV St; All Souls Ch 6.30-8.30); Saturday: 9am-12pm (day centre at Webber St. Breakfast, bible group, ESOL, photography & art. Showers & clothes for ticket holders. Tickets from Webber St on Mondays); Saturday: 6:30pm-8:30pm (Entertainment - invites via tea run or welcome desk at All Souls.; Organisation that participates in the Westminster Churches Winter Shelter (referral only). Films, coach trips, clothes store and bible group Saturdays at 6.30pm. Invites via the tea run or welcome desk at All Souls Langham Pl. If you need step-free access, a volunteer will let you in via Cleveland St entrance. Email: CODES: AC, CL, DW, ET, FF, F, LF

Baron's Court Project

69 Talgarth Road W14 9DD
020 7603 5232,
Monday-Wednesday: 2pm-5pm (drop-in, showers/laundry and café); Friday: 12pm-2pm (women's group); Friday: 2:30pm-5:30pm (Green Palm Club for isolated black and minority ethnic people); Thursday: 2pm-5pm (life skills); Tuesday & Thursday: 11am-1:30pm (advocacy); Friendly drop-in where people who are vulnerable through homelessness or mental health problems can socialise, find support and access services. One-to-one advice (Tue & Thu). CODES: AD, IT, LF

Bench Outreach

14 New King Street, Deptford SE8 3HS
020 8694 7740,
Thursday: 1pm-4pm (SHE); SHE (Support, Help, Empowerment) is a weekly drop-in session offering advice to homeless and vulnerable women in a safe, female-only space. CODES: AH, BA, FF, LF, OL, TS

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

Carpenters Café

Carpenters Estate Community Hall, 17 Doran Walk (enter from Carpenters Rd), Stratford E15 2JL
07932 661 089,
Tuesday: 10am-12pm (food, drinks, clothes, books, toiletries, showers); Aims "To show the love of Christ in practical ways to the homeless, elderly and anyone needing a helping hand, and to encourage and support the homeless into making better life choices". CODES: BS, BE, CL, DW, FF, F, SF

Chelsea Methodist Church Pastoral Care

155a Kings Rd SW3 5TX
020 7352 9305,
Monday, Tuesday, Thursday: 9am-2pm; Lunch is served upstairs but staff or volunteers bring meals downstairs to those with limited mobility. CODES: CL, F

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

Divine Rescue

Thurlow Lodge, 1 Thurlow Street SE17 2US
020 3489 1765,
Monday-Friday: 9am-4pm; Work with homeless people and people with substance abuse issues. Help with hospital visits and bereavement, and support with detox. Their Christian mission is to touch and change lives one at a time. CODES: AH, AD, BA, CL, C, ET, FF, OW

Dunloe Centre

St Saviour's Priory, 18 Queensbridge Road E2 8NS
020 7739 9976
Tuesday: 10:30am-12pm; Small, unfunded project run entirely by volunteers. Turns away only people who are violent. On ground floor, but with one step between the street and the lobby. CODES: BE, CL, 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

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

Finsbury Park Mosque

7-11 St Thoms's Road N4 2QH
020 7424 5252,
Thursday: 6pm-8pm (soup run - 7pm–9pm in summer); Community centre that works with everyone to promote dialogue and understanding in our multicultural society. CODES: C, ET, LA, LF

Glass Door Homeless Charity

155a Kings Road, Chelsea SW3 5TX
020 7351 4948,
Monday, Tuesday, Thursday: 9am-2pm (Chelsea Methodist Church); Winter shelter
04 November to 05 April
Monday-Sunday: 8pm-7am (please come to the day centre or phone to see if there are vacancies); Wednesday & Friday: 9am-2pm (St Augustine's Church); Monday-Friday: 12pm-3pm (Ace of Clubs); Monday-Thursday: 9am-11am (Vineyard Community Centre); Tuesday: 12:30pm-3pm (The Yard, Putney); Glass Door runs London’s largest emergency winter night shelter, providing men and women a safe, warm place to sleepfrom November to April. Individuals affected by homelessness also access advice, food, showers and laundry facilities year-round from drop-in day centres that work in partnership with the charity. CODES: AH, BS, CA, CL, ET, FF, IT, TS, AD, BA

Greenwich Migrant Hub

Woolwich Common Community Centre, Leslie Smith Square SE18 4DW
Tuesday: 10:30am-1:30pm; Drop-in centre for free immigration, housing & domestic violence advice, and a hot meal to migrants in Greenwich and neighbouring boroughs. CODES: AH, AD, BA, FF, LA, SF

Holy Trinity Brompton

Queen's Gate (St Augustine's) SW7 5LP
020 7590 8248,
Wednesday: 9am-12pm; Wed only: 9am–12:00pm. Glass Door casework support, Crosslight debt advice, computers/printers, clothing repairs and pastoral support. Appointment only - book on arrival. Breakfast & clothing available to those with an appointment with one of these services. CODES: MH, BA, CA, FF, F, IT, OL, OW, CL

Homeless Action in Barnet (HAB)

36b Woodhouse Road N12 0RG
020 8446 8400,
Monday-Friday: 12pm-3pm (free breakfast until 10.30, cheap meal - £1.50 - 12.00-1.30); Works together as equals with people who are homeless or threatened with homelessness to enable them to take control of their lives, obtain a suitable home and maintain their tenancy. CODES: AH, AD, BA, BS, CL, F, TS

Islington Centre for Refugees & Asylum Seekers

Cross Street Baptist Church, 16 -18 Cross St N1 2BG
020 7354 9946,
Monday: 11am-4:30pm Online only; Tuesday: 11am-4:30pm Online only; Wednesday: 11am-4:30pm Online only; Wednesday: 11am-2pm In-person at the centre; Thursday: 10am-4pm Online only; Friday: 1:30pm-3pm Online only; Offer online and in-person services Practical help, education & art classes. CODES: AD, CL, ET, F, IT, LF

Kingdom Compassion (YWAM)

29 Rosaville Road SW6 7BN
020 7385 5791,
Wednesday: 10am-4pm; Wednesday: 2pm-4pm (coffee bar); Coffee bar. Out of hours, an answer phone service is available. Whenever possible, please make an appointment beforehand - phone or email CODES: CL, FF, SF

London Jesus Centre

83 Margaret Street W1W 8TB
0845 833 3005,
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday: 10:30am-12:30pm (drop-in, advice); Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday: 10am-4:30pm (refugee/migrant drop-in); Day centre with IT, citizenship, arts and crafts, life skills and ESOL classes. CODES: AC, ET, IT

Marylebone Centre (Church Army)

1-5 Cosway St NW1 5NR
020 7262 3818,
Monday-Thursday: 9:30am-1:30pm (rough sleepers' drop-in); Monday: 10:30am-11:30am (drama); Monday: 1:30pm-3:30pm (M’lebone Proj newsletter); Tuesday: 10am-12pm (open access; clothing for rough sleepers only); Tuesday & Friday: 1:30pm-3:30pm (healthy eating; kitchen skills); Wednesday: 8am-9am (running club); Wednesday: 9am-12pm (Women into Work 1:1; advice); Wednesday: 1:30pm-3:30pm (Women into Work group); Thursday: 9am-3pm (life coaching 1:1); Thursday & Friday: 1:30pm-3:30pm (Westminster Adul Education Service – IT, reading, writing); Friday: 10am-12pm (ESOL for beginners) ; Female-only project. Two hostels with 112 single beds and a day centre with a rough sleepers' drop-in. Activities programme for residents and day centre users. Lift for people with mobility problems to access the day centre. CODES: BS, CA, CL, ET, FF, IT, L, LS, MS, MD, SH, TS, SF, LF

New Horizon Youth Centre

68 Chalton Street NW1 1JR
020 7388 5560,
Monday: 2pm-3:30pm (alcohol support); Monday-Sunday: 10:30am-3:30pm (showers, laundry, breakfast & lunch;10.30am-1pm advice); Day centre
Monday, Wednesday, Friday: 10am-1pm; Monday, Wednesday, Friday: 1:30pm-3pm; 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. Our day centre is currently open on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays between 10:30am and 3.30pm. CODES: MH, AH, AD, A, BA, BS, CA, CL, DW, ET, FF, IT, LF, MS, OL, OW

North London Action for the Homeless

St Paul's Church Hall, Stoke Newington Rd N16 7UE
07421 032 553,
Monday: 12pm-1:30pm During Covid-19 pandemic all food is take-away.; Wednesday: 7pm-8:30pm During Covid-19 pandemic all food is take-away.; Free three-course vegetarian meal, and tea or coffee. Take-away food and clothing upon request. Visits from Health Access Worker. East European outreach workers. CODES: CL, FF, MS, OL

Positive East

159 Mile End Road, Stepney E1 4AQ
020 7791 2855,
Monday-Friday: 10:30am-5pm; Pre-Covid-19 did HIV testing. Still offers Practical and emotional support and advice by HELPLINE (020 7791 2855) for people living with or affected by HIV in E London. Option 1 psychological help. Option 2 advice line on housing & benefits. Option 3 sexual health questions. Please see website for full list of services operating during the Covid-19 pandemic. CODES: MH, AD, BA, CA, C, F, IT, MS, OW, SH

Providence Row

The Dellow Centre, 82 Wentworth Street E1 7SA
020 7375 0020,
Monday-Friday: 9am-3:30pm (needle exchange - closed 12.30–1.30pm); Monday: 10am-11:30am (men's group); Monday: 2pm-3pm (yoga); Tuesday: 9:30am-12:30pm (homeopathy); Tuesday: 11:30am-12:30pm (relaxation skills); Tuesday: 2pm-3:30pm (women's group); Wednesday: 11:30am-1pm (peer support, addictions); Thursday: 11am-1pm (art & wellbeing); Friday: 10am-11:30am (Breaking Free Online- computer assisted therapy); Friday: 10am-11:30am (self-harming support group); Monday: 1:30pm-3:30pm (mental health drop-in); Helps people of all backgrounds to an independent and fulfilled life away from homelessness & exclusion. They address not only users' immediate needs, but also the underlying issues and causes of their homelessness and exclusion. Download the timetable for their learning and wellbeing programme ( Most of their facilities are step-free. Services in Romanian and Polish. CODES: MH, AC, BA, BS, CA, C, DW, ET, FF, F, IT, NE

Quaker Social Action

17 Old Ford Road E2 9PJ
The American Church
Tuesday: 10:30am-12:30pm; Lincolns Inn field
Wednesday: 5:30pm-8:30pm; St Giles in the field
Saturday: 9:30am-12:30pm; Quaker Social Action run a community library. ~TuesdaysTurn a Corner: mobile community library at The American Church, near Goodge Street, at 10.30am-12.30pm ~Wednesday: Turn a Corner: mobile community library at Lincoln’s Inn Fields, near Holborn on Wednesdays at 5.30pm-8.30pm ~Saturday: Turn a Corner: mobile community library at St Giles in the Fields, near Tottenham Court Road on Saturdays at 9.30am-12.30pm Providing books to everyone for free (no need to return) as well as reading glasses. Also, Tuesdays: Cook Up: free to use kitchen space in Islington, bi-weekly by appointment.

SanKTus Welfare Project

4 Lady Margaret Road, Kentish Town NW5 2XT
020 7485 9160,
Sunday: 3pm-4:30pm (showers and clothes available); Wednesday: 2pm-3:30pm (afternoon tea with sandwiches and refreshments); Phone or email for details of Tai Chi, yoga and craft sessions, welfare advice etc. CODES: BA, BS, CL, FF, AC, LF

Southwark Day Centre for Asylum Seekers

The Copleston Centre, Copleston Road SE15 4AN
020 7732 0505,
Tuesday: 12:30pm-5pm (drop-in - lunch, advice, creche, ESOL, gardening, wellbeing); Wednesday: 11am-2:45pm (Baptist Ch, 121 Peckham Pk Rd, ​SE15 6SX); Thursday: 1pm-5pm (​St Mary Newington, Kennington Pk Rd, SE11 4JH); Drop-in centre for asylum seekers and refugees. Advice on housing, health, education, training and employment. Gardening club. Group therapy. CODES: MH, AH, CL, ET, FF, MS, LF

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

St Giles' Trust

Georgian House, 64-68 Camberwell Church Street SE5 8JB
0207 708 8000,
Monday-Thursday: 9:30am-12:30pm; Supports ex-offenders. CODES: AH, AD, BA, CA, ET, IT, OL


446 Fulham Road SW6 1DT
020 7385 2110,
Monday-Friday: 8am-8pm (closed 12.30–1.30); Saturday & Sunday: 8am-5pm; 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

Street Souls - Emmaus Greenwich

Coombe House, 226 Elmley Street, Plumstead SE18 7NN
07354 460480,
Thursday: 6pm-8pm at Woolwich Common Community Centre, SE18 4DW; Each Thursday Street Souls offers support to anyone in need. We offer food, clothing and other items, weekly activities, a listening ear and signposting to local organisations. CODES: CL, FF, AD, OL

Street Souls - Emmaus Greenwich2

Coombe House, 226 Elmley Street, Plumstead SE18 7NN
1st and 3rd Friday of each month between 7:30 - 9pm at St Stephen's Church, Rochester Row, SW1P 1LE Twice a month Street Souls offers support to anyone in need. We offer food, clothing and other items, a listening ear and signposting to local organisations. CODES: F, CL, AD, OL


2a Wych Elm, Harlow, Essex CM20 1QP
01279 430011,
Monday-Friday: 8:45am-2pm (day centre - breakfast from 8.45); Monday-Friday: 9am-5pm (appointments); Social contact and access to housing and employment advice, health services, food & clothing, and general guidance. Links with a wide range of agencies and organisations to access appropriate help. The day centre provides shower facilities, clean clothes, food etc. as well as advice, support and practical help. Ring or email for more info. CODES: AH, AD, CL, F, MS, OL, BS

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

Thames Reach (Employment Academy)

29 Peckham Road SE5 8UA
020 7702 4260,
Monday-Friday: 9am-4pm; Supports homeless, vulnerable and isolated men and women through a range of services, activities and accommodation projects. Their aim is for the people they help to have decent homes, supportive relationships and fulfilling lives. Phone or email for more info. CODES: MH, AH, CA, ET, IT, OL, OW, TS

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 Manna Centre

12 Melior Street SE1 3QP
020 7357 9363,
Monday-Sunday: 10am-4pm; Open-access day centre open 7 days a week. Services include breakfast & lunch, showers and housing & welfare advice. All services are free. • Breakfast • Lunch • Housing & Welfare Advice – for an in-centre appointment, please speak to a member of staff • Washing Facilities – please ask for a towel • Change of clothing (2nd hand) – The clothing store will be open on a Monday & Wednesday. First 30 people with tickets will be seen, each day. • Housing & Welfare Telephone Helpline 020 7403 1931 - option 1 (Monday to Friday 10am – 1pm) • Mobile phone charging (Monday to Friday) – please ask a member of staff CODES: MH, AH, BA, BS, CL, ET, FF, FC, MS, TS, SF

The Margins Project

19b Compton Terrace N1 2UN
020 7704 9050,
Monday & Wednesday: 11am-2pm; Showers, clothes, food. Advice on health, housing, money & legal issues. Also therapy, job club & English tuition. CODES: AH, BS, DA, F, LA, C

The Passage

St Vincent's Centre, Carlisle Place SW1P 1NL
020 7592 1850,
Monday-Friday: 9am-3:30pm (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; Opening hours: Monday – Friday 9 a.m. until 3:30 p.m. Closed between 12 and 1pm for essential cleaning. For people aged 25+. CODES: MH, AH, A, BA, CA, CL, DW, ET, F, FC, IT, MS, TS

The Salvation Army (Chalk Farm)

10-16 Haverstock Hill NW3 2XY
020 7485 1605,
Monday: 6pm-8pm; Open drop-in. CODES: BS, F

The Salvation Army (Number 10 Drop-In Centre)

10 Princes Street W1B 2LH
020 7629 5424 (option 4),
Monday, Tuesday, Friday: 10:30am-12pm (advice & enquiries); Tuesday: 2pm-4pm (art, board games & drop-in); Wednesday: 1pm-4pm (advice & enquiries; employability); Wednesday: 5:30pm-8pm (dinner - two sittings); Thursday: 12pm-4pm (lunch, advice, enquiries); Friday: 1pm-3pm (lunch, advice & enquiries); Tuesday: 9am-9:45am (breakfast); Please speak to a member of staff to arrange an appointment. CODES: AH, BA, CL, LF

The Tab

Shoreditch Tabernacle Baptist Church, 3 Godfrey Place E2 7NT
020 7739 3076,
Friday: 9am-12pm; Offers support and friendship to people experiencing homelessness, and alcohol and drug addiction. CODES: DW, F

The Vision Organisation UK

St Silas Community Hall, Penton Street N1 9UL
Wednesday: 7pm-8pm (Lincoln's Inn Fields: food, drink, personal hygiene goods and offering help); Thursday: 7pm-9pm (drop-in: 3-course meal, clothes, books); CODES: B, CA, CL, FF

The Welcome Project

2 St Mary's Road, Ilford IG1 1QX
020 8514 3283,
Tuesday & Thursday: 10am-3pm; Wednesday: 9am-1:30pm ; Monday: 10am-3pm (appointments only); Friday: 9am-3pm; Drop-in service for homeless people, particularly rough sleepers. Support work, nurse-led clinic, counselling, ESOL & other educational sessions that support independent living. Allotment, gardening, exercise and therapeutic massage also available. Referral through Streetlink only. CODES: ET, MS, LF

Triumphant Church International

136 West Green Rd, South Tottenham N15 5AD
020 8800 6001,
Sunday: 11am-2pm (food bank); Wednesday: 7pm-8pm (hot meal); Sunday: 9am-10am (hot breakfast); Five Loaves Food Bank is by referral from Haringey agencies. CODES: AD, CL, FF

Upper Holloway Baptist Church (Archway Drop-In Centre)

11 Tollington Way N7 6RG
020 7272 2104,
Monday: 10am-12pm (sandwiches, soups, drinks); Food (light snacks, tea, soup, sandwiches), a change of clothes and somewhere to spend time. Some counselling, advice and information available. Charge of ?1 for food. CODES: CL, F, LF

Webber Street (London City Mission)

6-8 Webber Street SE1 8QA
020 7928 1677,
Monday-Wednesday: 9am-12pm; Saturday: 9am-12pm; List for showers taken on Monday (1 shower per week per male guest). Short Bible talk each morning - prayer and other spiritual help offered. Closed first Wednesday of each month. Not step-free. CODES: MH, BS, CL, F, MS, OL, LF

Whitechapel Mission

212 Whitechapel Road E1 1BJ
020 7247 8280,
: 6am-11am The Mission daycentre. Free breakfast 8-10am.; The Mission daycentre is open Mon-Sun from 6am. Free breakfast 8-10am. We have take-away food parcels and clothing parcels. Men’s showers, 7am-10am Mon-Fri Men’s Clothing, 7am-10am Mon-Fri Women’s showers, 6am-10am Mon-Fri Advice centre, 8am-3pm Mon-Fri Computer suite, 8am-3pm Mon-Fri CODES: AH, A, B, BA, BS, BE, CL, C, DA, DW, F, IT, MS, OL, TS

Wsup (the Weekend Service User Project)

Woolwich Central Baptist Church, Simmons Road SE18 6UX
Saturday: 10:30am-2:30pm (clothing 3rd Sat of month); Tuesday: 11:30am-3:30pm; Showers, laundry facilities and food. Also clothing, hairdresser, and signposting. Art therapist, board games and table tennis.

Dr Kershaw’s Hospice

Turf Lane, Royton, Oldham, Greater Manchester OL2 6EU
0161 624 9984,
Monday-Sunday: 9am-9am; The UK's first 'homeless-friendly' hospice. 24-hour helpline: 0161 785 5635. "Dr Kershaw’s Hospice provides specialist palliative care for adults with non-curable, life-limiting illnesses in a peaceful and homely environment. Our healthcare focuses on relieving and preventing the suffering of patients." CODES: C, MS, B, BS, BE, ET, FF, FC, F, IT

Glasgow City Mission

20 Crimea Street, Glasgow G2 8PW
0141 221 2630,
Monday-Friday: 10am-8pm Breakfast, lunch & dinner - see times for meals.; Open Monday – Friday Drop In: 10am – 4:30pm, 6 – 7:30pm Lunch: 1 – 3pm, Dinner: 6 – 7:30pm. Our Urban café is open for music lessons and college classes. We are also working with some guests to get them into employment. Our counselling service is operating in Crimea Street and some activities continue online. Nursery open. CODES: MH, AH, A, CA, C, DW, ET, FF, FC, IT, LF, OL, OW, TS, SF, EF, EO, F, MS, AD

Glasgow Council on Alcohol

14 North Claremont St, Glasgow G3 7LE
0141 353 1800,
Monday-Thursday: 9am-9pm; Friday: 9am-5pm; Saturday: 9am-1pm; GCA is an accredited counselling service and provides individual, free and confidential counselling for people experiencing alcohol-related difficulties and those affected by someone else's alcohol use. Drop in any time during opening hours. Freephone helpline: 0808 802 9000 CODES: A, C, OL, SF

Lodging House Mission

35 East Campbell St, Glasgow G1 5DT
0141 552 0285,
Monday-Friday: 8:30am-10am (Free breakfast); Monday-Thursday: 12pm-2pm (Free lunch); Friday: 12pm-1:30pm (Free Lunch); We are a day centre for the homeless, socially isolated, and vulnerable, based in the East End of Glasgow. We have an Intervention Worker who provides a range of services including emotional support, benefits checks, filling out forms and signposting to relevant organisations. In addition to that we also provide a suite of activities which is constantly reviewed to ensure they are the most appropriate/enjoyable for our client group. CODES: AH, AD, B, BA, BS, CA, CL, C, DT, ET, FF, F, FC, IT, LS, MD, SH, TS, EO

Move On (Glasgow)

4th Floor, 24 St Enoch Sq, Glasgow G1 4DB
0141 221 2272,
Monday-Friday: 9am-5pm ; Enables homeless people to develop the skills and tools they need to reach their own long-term solutions. Majority of services for young people, but there are some services available for everyone - phone first to arrange appointment. CODES: AH, AD, ET, OW

Niddry St Wellbeing Centre (Salvation Army)

25 Niddry Street, Edinburgh EH1 1LG
0131 523 1060,
Monday-Friday: 10am-11:15am; Monday-Friday: 11:30am-12:45pm; Cafe space, various activities, shower facilities, one-to-one support, psychosocial group, crisis intervention. Café: Mon-Fri: 10am-11:15, 11:30-12:45 – usually open all day – limited numbers due to Covid Mon – Women’s group 1:15 Tues – Men’s group 1:15 Wed – Café clinic, access to GP 2pm Thurs – Psychosocial group 1:15 Fri – Arty Farty Fridays 1:15 Access to 1-to-1 support 10am-12:45 Needle exchange – all day access Mon-Fri CODES: AD, BA, BS, BE, CL, FF, F, L, MS

Queen's Park Govanhill Parish Church

170 Queen's Drive, Glasgow G42 8QZ
0141 423 3654,
Thursday: 10am-12pm (food bank - 170 Queens Dr); Saturday: 5pm-6pm (free food - 170 Queens Dr); Tuesday: 12pm-1pm (hot meal - 170 Queens Dr); Church where everyone is someone and everyone is valued regardless of past, or present situation, where self-belief is nurtured and where everyone is loved unconditionally. Please call first in morning for details. CODES: FF, F, SF

Rock Trust (Albany St)

55 Albany St, Edinburgh EH1 3QY
0345 222 1425,
Monday-Friday: 8:45am-5pm (drop-in 9.00-12.00); Monday: 4pm-7pm (cooking group); Tuesday & Wednesday: 4pm-7pm (drop-in); Advises, educates and supports young people. Enables them to build the personal skills and resources required to make a positive and healthy transition to adulthood, while avoiding or moving on from homelessness. Not SF. CODES: MH, AH, BS, CL, C, FF, F, IT, L, TS

Street Soccer Scotland (Edinburgh)

2 Bernard Street, Edinburgh EH6 6PU
07480 979 919,
Monday & Wednesday: 1pm-3pm (Powerleague Portobello - phone 07480979919 before your first visit); Thursday: 1pm-2:30pm (Leith Community Centre - phone 07480979919 before your first visit); Wednesday: 10:30am-12pm (Powerleague Portobello - referral only); Street soccer and football-inspired training and personal development as a medium to empower people who are affected by social exclusion to make positive changes in their lives. Call Robbie on 07480 979 919 before your first visit. CODES: LF, ET

Street Soccer Scotland (Glasgow)

07480 970 790,
Monday: 2pm-4pm (Lady Octavia Sports Centre, Greenock); Tuesday, Thursday, Friday: 1pm-3pm (Townhead Powerleague); Street soccer and football-inspired training and personal development as a medium to empower people who are affected by social exclusion to make positive changes in their lives. Call Ross on 07480 970 790 before your first visit. CODES: LF, ET

Streetwork Crisis Centre

22 Holyrood Road, Edinburgh EH8 8AF
0131 557 6055,
Monday-Friday: 7am-8pm (drop-in); Saturday & Sunday: 9am-5pm (drop-in); Helpline 24/7: 0808 178 2323. Open 365 days a year to support anyone in Edinburgh who does not have a safe place to sleep. Though their Holyrood Hub and helpline, they advise, refer and support people to access the services they need to resolve their situation. CODES: AH, BA, BS, CA, DA, IT, L, LS, MS, OL, OW, SF, AD, C, FF, TS

The Marie Trust

32 Midland Street, Glasgow G1 4PR
0141 221 0169 (option 2),
Monday-Friday: 7:30pm-11pm (food collection); Day service for people affected by homelessness/poverty. Offers low-cost breakfast and lunch, as well as a range of classes and activities. Call for activities. Most services currently suspended - Free food avaialble on weeknights. CODES: AC, BA, BS, BE, CA, CL, C, F, FC, MS, OL, OW, TS

The Salvation Army (East Adam Street)

1 East Adam Street, Edinburgh EH8 9TF
0131 667 4313,
Friday: 12:30pm-12:30pm (fortnightly lunch club); Wednesday: 7pm-9:15pm (choir & band practice); Thursday: 10am-1pm (debt & employability drop-in); Friendly church. Weekly job club and fortnightly lunch club - call for details. CODES: AH, A, BA, CL, ET, FF, F, SF

Turning Point (Overdose Response)

80 Tradeston Street, Glasgow G5 8BG
0800 652 3757 (9am-5pm),
Monday-Sunday: 12am-12am (open 24 hours); Drop-in, needle exchange, advice and assessment. Accommodation and support for people with addiction issues. 24-hour advice, support and assessment. Detox, GP clinics, residential unit, post- residential methadone clinic, abcess and ulcer clinic, well-woman clinic and much more. Also family support centre. CODES: A, C, DW, LF, MS, NE, SH, SF

Turning Point Scotland (Alcohol & Drug recovery)

112 Commerce Street, Tradeston, Glasgow G5 9NT
0141 948 0092,
Monday-Sunday: 12am-12am (24 hour needle exchange & accommodation); Needle exchange & temp accommodation. 24 hour service for homeless people in crisis because of mental health, drugs or alcohol. A 12-bed residential unit provides a safe environment to withdraw from a chaotic lifestyle. Average stay is 28–36 days. CODES: A, C, DW, LF, MS, NE, SF, AD, AH, FC

Turning Point Scotland (North East Recovery Hub Edinburgh)

5 Links Place, Leith, Edinburgh EH6 7EZ
0800 652 3757,
Monday & Friday: 9:15am-4:45pm; Wednesday: 11am-4:45pm; Tuesday & Thursday: 9:15am-7:45pm; Drop in open, but with limited service. Drop in to arrange further 1-to-1 support. Needle Exchange Mon – Fri at the times stated above. Range of addiction and recovery services open to men and women aged 16 and over who are aware they have a substance misuse problem and would like to start their recovery journey. Other services across Edinburgh available: call freephone number for information. CODES: A, AC, C, DW, LF, MS, NE, SH, SF

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