Flagship homelessness service opened by HRH The Duke of Kent

Staff and clients of leading homelessness charity St Mungo’s welcomed a very special guest to their Grange Road service when His Royal Highness The Duke of Kent visited to officially open the recently refurbished project. His Royal Highness, who is Patron of St Mungo’s, visited last week (21 March) and was given a tour of […]

Shining a light on women’s homelessness

Shining a light on women’s homelessness This month, we’ve launched Visible Women. A new campaign which aims shine a light on women’s homelessness, and help women access the support they need. Kate, Women’s Recovery Coordinator “I lead Safe Space – a project that looks at new ways to help some of the most vulnerable women in our […]

Grange Road service gets a glow up

We’ve been commissioned by City of London to provide a high needs support service in the borough of Southwark, and we’re pleased to announce that doors to our Grange Road service opened just a few months ago. But it’s more than just a lick of paint – the space has been redesigned with the principles […]

Space to breathe

We have found that 69% of our clients have a mental health problem that hinders their recovery from homelessness, or causes them distress. Very often, these people need bespoke services, and a dedicated space to recover. We run dedicated mental health services, to give people who need extra support the best chance of recovery. One of our South […]

St Mungo’s: This is a missed opportunity to alleviate impending homelessness crisis

Leading charity St Mungo’s has described the failure to heed advice from frontline experts aimed at averting a homelessness crisis as a ‘serious error’. Today (15 March 2023) the Chancellor Jeremy Hunt MP unveiled his Spring Budget but despite calls from across the homelessness sector there was little specific support for people at risk of or experiencing […]

Volunteering to Help Women Recover from Homelessness

Grace is a Gardening Volunteer at one of our Westminster Women’s services. We asked what International Women’s Day means to her, and how her volunteering has helped support women who’ve experienced homelessness. I’m a Gardening Volunteer during the spring and summer at one of the Westminster Women’s Wellbeing accommodation services. Gardening has many broad and […]