After a stay in hospital, Tom’s life has been turned around thanks to ForHousing’s Discharge to Assess scheme. Now in secure housing, Tom is receiving ongoing medical care as well as support to improve his overall wellbeing through rehabilitation.
With support from Hightown Housing Association’s Young People’s Housing Service, aspiring plumber Nigel has continued his education and is managing to live independently.
Homes for Cathy member Origin Housing shares Dennis’ story: from homelessness to success in Ponders End community
With the help of St Mungo’s and Wandle Gary is now drug free and has a secure home of his own.
At Curo’s direct access homeless service, 17 studios and apartments are available for families and single people, like Dan (pictured), who face homelessness.
Rhys has turned his life around thanks in part to the support of staff at Hightown Housing Association’s Kent House hostel in St Albans.
Simin had found herself homeless with no option but to sleep on a church pew. A refugee from Syria, she had recently been granted permission to remain in the UK but had been asked to leave her temporary accommodation.
Shannon is an amazing young lady, with an infectious laugh, and a real ambition to get on with her life.
Shannon is a resident at St Vincent’s Manchester Foyer. The Manchester Foyer is supported accomodation for 16-25 year old young people in the heart of Manchester City Centre.
Sometimes life isn’t easy as Michael knows. Aged just 20, Michael lives at the Croft, one of Bromford’s young homeless schemes in Cirencester.
Martin found himself with nowhere to live after a series of personal hardships spiraled him into homelessness and unemployment.