Changing Lives believes that everyone deserves the opportunity to reach their potential. With experts in working with people experiencing the most challenging of circumstances, providing holistic support to help people to go on to lead happy, fulfilling lives, Changing Lives works across four – often interconnected – areas to address the most common causes of social exclusion and long-term deprivation: Housing and Homelessness, Addiction and Recovery, Women and Children, and Employment and Training.
Cranstoun believes in empowering people and empowering change. It is a social justice and harm reduction charity. Cranstoun works across the areas of substance use, criminal justice, domestic abuse, housing and young people. Its criminal justice work is evidence-informed and supported by its expertise in substance use and domestic abuse and the benefits of a trauma-informed response. Cranstoun believes in creating whole system change, providing the right intervention at the right time and reaching people where they are at.
Humankind is committed to reducing deprivation and exclusion and to improving people’s wellbeing. Its specialist services include substance use, clinical, employment training and education, housing services, housing support and health, young people and families services.
The New Horizon Youth Centre is a day centre for 16 to 24-year-olds who find themselves homeless or needing help, whether due to family breakdown, domestic abuse, poverty, experiences of violence, or war and persecution in their home country.
The Wallich is a Welsh homelessness charity that operates under three core objectives: getting people off the streets; keeping people off the streets; and creating opportunities for people.
The Social Interest Group provides person-centred social and health care solutions. Utilising strength-based models of working, it specialises in rehabilitating and supporting people who have complex needs.
Strawberry Fields Training provides specialised training, advice and support to vulnerable young people and adults at risk of offending or reoffending.
St Mungo’s works to prevent homelessness and support people at every step of their recovery from homelessness. St Mungo’s outreach teams go out each night to meet people who are homeless and to help them off the streets.
The St Giles Trust aims to help break the cycle of prison, crime and disadvantage and create safer communities by supporting people to change their lives. It uses expertise and real-life past experiences to empower people
Shekinah provides supports people experiencing homelessness, drug and alcohol issues, offending behaviours or mental ill health. Shekinah’s Make Amends service provides restorative justice to people affected by crime, conflict, anti-social behaviour or harms caused by others.
GreenSquareAccord provides supported accommodation and community-based services to people with convictions and homeless people at risk of offending.
Pecan is a community development charity based in Peckham. It works with South East London communities to help people find a way through seemingly impossible barriers to a better future. It supports people who have committed crimes and their families, refugees and asylum seekers, young people and the long-term unemployed.
Pathways to Independence supports homeless people across Medway and Kent.
P3 is a charity and social enterprise that runs a variety of services across the UK to give everyone the chance to be part of the community they live in and feel connected to society.
Nacro is a national social justice charity. It delivers services in justice, housing, health and education to change lives, strengthen communities and prevent crime.
Through mentoring, group activities, community building and co-production, Community Led Initiatives removes barriers to community inclusion for people who are socially excluded, facing complex issues such as drug and alcohol misuse, homelessness, offending and mental ill-health.
Commonweal Housing is an action learning charity working to investigate, test and share housing solutions to social injustice.
Adullam Homes supports vulnerable individuals and households who may be at risk of harm or exploitation and need a home. It provides quality housing and delivers tailored support plans, training, education and employment opportunities to help people have stable lives and realise their full potential.
The Anglia Care Trust’s services give people the stability, support and challenge they need to enable them to realise their full potential. It supports domestic abuse victims and people with addictions, as well as supporting people with housing and providing advice and guidance to families and individuals across Suffolk and Norfolk.
Anawim is a Women’s Centre based in Birmingham that provides holistic, trauma-informed support to women.