The Welcome Project provides many services to men and women who are homeless from its purpose built Day Centre in Ilford. The project provides information, advice and guidance on a range of issues associated with homelessness; practical support; support with entering the job market; a nurse led clinic; counselling; alternative therapies and a chiropody clinic.
Many people are helped through the work of the project and above is a short film made through the Media Trust of how the Project supported a young man called Kieran to get his life back together.
To enable Homeless and Vulnerable Adults to live independent, healthy and fulfilled lives.
Our Mission is to provide a range of targeted services that meet the needs of Homeless and Vulnerable adults. These services will be delivered from our Day Centre in Ilford by our dedicated team of Staff and Volunteers in partnership with our key Stakeholders.
Our work is motivated by our Christian Faith and this is demonstrated by:
- Showing compassion to those in need
- Accepting people as they are and being non-judgmental
- Acting professionally with transparency, honesty and integrity
- Seeking justice and restoring dignity for people
- Influencing policy that affects homeless people
|Tuesday||10.00am - 3.00pm|
|Wednesday||9.00am - 1.30pm|
|Thursday||10.00am - 3.00pm|
|Friday||9.00am - 3.00pm|
What to do if you find someone rough sleeping
If you are concerned about someone who is rough sleeping please ring us for advice on 0208 514 3283. Alternatively you can refer them to Street Link on 0300 500 0914 or use their online referral form at: http://www.streetlink.org.uk/. Street Link provide steps to ensure that rough sleepers are connected to local services where they can received help and support.