by supporting people to move away from homelessness, overcome barriers to living independently, and shape a plan to secure more stable housing.
by working with landlords to improve living conditions and engaging with policy makers to drive change for residents.
by facilitating improvements to mental and physical health and improving engagement with professional healthcare.
I’ve started looking after myself, looking after my health. For me it was lifesaving help.
The work of our homelessness charity both nationally and locally in Brighton and across Greater Manchester continues
to advocate for people living in temporary accommodation through...
Creating safe spaces for people who have experienced temporary accommodation to lend their voice to change,
express creativity and access peer support: Social Connection, Creative Studio, Common Ambition, TAAGs
Working alongside local and national organisations to evidence and share learning about the impact of temporary accommodation
on communities in order to influence change: TA network, Frontline network, Research & Policy, APPG
She's [My support worker] been a god send... I can't thank her enough. You people are there when I need you and that's a great feeling.
Since March 2020, we've delivered over 15,000 meals to homeless people living in B&Bs and hostels without cooking facilities.
90% of people feel less lonely and isolated following engagement with our befriending scheme, peer support group and social activities
Our report, Lifting the Lid, unveiled an estimated B&B population of 51,500 households experiencing homelessness, which is 10x the government estimate.
With Justlife, they give you so much advice. If they can't do anything to help us, they put us onto other people that can. They are a lifesaver, simple as.