Despite the challenges homeless people face, such as poor health or educational needs, the majority of our clients have a desire to work, either now or in the future. To help them towards this goal, we offer a large range of activities as well as 11 different skills and employment programmes.
In Autumn 2012 we started our Recovery College, with courses co-designed by clients and staff.
We also provide one of the largest programmes of occupation and learning opportunities for homeless people, including:
One client recently found work with a major food company with the help of the Employment team. She said:
"[They] advised me to apply for a full-time position with the company. Within a week I was asked to come for an interview where I successfully secured a job. I am totally over the moon and have been on cloud nine since getting back into work."
To find out how you can work with us to help us deliver more employment and training opportunities to homeless men and women, get in touch with us on firstname.lastname@example.org
* statistics taken from St Mungo's prior to merging with Broadway in April 2014.