At St Mungo’s, we are working harder than ever to end rough sleeping and change lives for the better.
Each night, we provide a bed and support to more than 2,888 people.
Our 180 services support people experiencing homelessness across the South East and South West of England and help them in their recovery from homelessness.
We have a range of services across Greater London to support people facing homelessness in the capital. Our support ranges from providing emergency housing training opportunities like our Putting Down Roots programme as well as innovative accommodation projects like Housing First.
When including our social lettings agency, Real Lettings, we provide support to people across all boroughs of Greater London.
Between October and December last year, there were 2,949 people sleeping rough in London, with 1,314 (45%) of them doing so for the first time. We worked with 52% of those people, helping them to move away from a life on the streets.
Rough sleeping numbers have fallen in the last few years, due in part to the hard work St Mungo’s and other organisations have undertaken to help people away from the streets.
However, our goal is to end rough sleeping, and we know there is still more work that needs to be done. St Mungo’s vision is that everyone has a place to call home and can fulfill their hopes and ambitions.
Last year we supported more than 24,935 people who were homeless, or at risk of homelessness in the areas where we operate.Find out more about our services