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Alexandra House

Based in Croydon, this service supports 80 single homeless people up to 65 years of age with a range of support needs.

Beacon House

Based in Kensington, this service supports 16 single homeless young people from 16 years of age with a range of support needs.

Bromley Services

Charles Darwin House and Lewis King House, based in Bromley, support 51 people up to the age of 65 with a range of support needs, some of which are complex.

Burton-White House

Based in Earl’s Court, this service supports 24 single homeless young people from 16 years of age with a range of support needs.

Fitze Millennium Centre

Based in Upper Norwood, this service supports 80 single homeless young people from 16 years of age with a range of support needs.

Hillyard Street

Based in Lambeth, this service supports seven young customers to gain life skills and be able to live independently.

Homeless Teenage Parents' Service

Based in Stockwell, this service supports 7 teenage parents/families aged 16 to 25 before and after pregnancy.

Ingram Court

Based in Croydon, this service supports 44 single homeless young people with a range of support needs.

Keystone House

Keystone House provides emergency temporary accommodation.

King George's House

Based in Stockwell in the London Borough of Lambeth, this service supports 87 homeless young people from 16 years of age, to gain life skills and be able to live independently.

Mental Health Step Down Service

Based in Croydon, this service consists of Eva House, Emily House, and Crocus House and supports 27 people up to 65 years of age experiencing mental ill health.

Merton

Our Merton services are dispersed units across multiple sites, accommodating over 90 young people including people leaving care.  

Merton Care Leavers' service

Our Care Leavers’ service is based in the London Borough of Merton. This service contains 15 units based at two different sites.  

Merton Young Parents’ Service

Palmer House

Based in Croydon, this service supports 60 single people up to 65 years of age with a range of complex needs including experience of homelessness or rough sleeping, substance misuse and/or mental ill health.

Somewhere Safe to Stay Hub

Based in Croydon, the Somewhere Safe to Stay Hub (SSTS Hub) provides 78 hours of emergency shelter for people from Croydon.

See Services forHomeless young people

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