Homelessness is stressful, and for many it’s dangerous. Whether you’re homeless, feel unsafe, leaving prison, or going through the criminal justice system, we can help.
Unfortunately, we cannot respond to emergency situations in the way that the emergency services can and will. If you are in imminent danger right now, please still contact the emergency services via 999 and ask for their assistance. Our Outreach team can help you with:
Prison/criminal justice support
Our team works with young people impacted in any way by the criminal justice system. You may be in prison, going to court, have been affected by a crime or know a loved one who has.
We visit young people in prison to try and help them avoid either becoming homeless upon release or having to return to the circumstances that led them to commit crime in the first place. We can help you get housed after prison or help you find housing if you’re no longer safe.
Serious youth violence
Our specialised and experienced team works with young Londoners who are impacted by serious youth violence, crime, exploitation or any other situations putting young people at risk. We already work with young people from nearly every London borough who need to move because of their situation or who want to make changes to their lives.
If you want to reach this team directly, you don’t need to do an online referral, but you can email [email protected] and we will get back to you as soon as possible. We do not need your name or any details about you to be able to offer advice. We can advise you over the phone without meeting you or we can meet you face to face if you feel that would be better.