We offer an inclusive, confidential, non-judgmental service founded on equality, diversity and the sanctity of human life.
Our aims are:
To help vulnerable people overcome drug and alcohol dependence, find decent homes and lead lives that have meaning and purpose; to relieve persons who are in conditions of need or hardship or who are aged or sick or who are homeless and to relieve the distress caused thereby in the United Kingdom;
To engage in local and national dialogues that seek to influence the provision of services and end discrimination against homeless individuals with complex needs to promote the rehabilitation of persons affected by drugs, alcohol and other substance addiction and abuse in the United Kingdom and elsewhere in the world as the trustees may from time to time think fit;
To explore and develop new approaches to housing and treatment provision