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Soup Kitchen

Other organisations

At Centre 33 we believe strongly in working with other organisations to help ensure that a wider range of services are more easily available to those that require help.

The Charity funds improvements to the Open Door shelter, as well as covering the costs of outreach services and the volunteer coordinator.

Hightown Housing Association now operates the Open Door facility.

Open Door provides 12 bedrooms in St Albans, Hertfordshire for homeless people. There is support onsite for help and advice with housing, employment and welfare issues.

Our focus is on preventing homelessness - from education in schools and family mediation through to supporting 16-24 year olds in their first homes or caring for adults of all ages who have mental health issues and housing needs

We offer people who have experienced homelessness with a place to call home for as long as they need it and meaningful work in our social enterprises. All those living here at Emmaus Hertfordshire receive training and support so they can rebuild their lives after homelessness.

We ensure individuals have access to temporary and short-term accommodation, and individuals and families have access to emergency food and provisions.

Communities 1st develops, connects and supports local voluntary and community organisations, helping to improve the quality of people’s lives across the districts of St. Albans and Hertsmere.

We are the national membership charity for organisations working directly with people who become homeless in England. We work to make services better and campaign for policy change that will help end homelessness.

We register and regulate charities in England and Wales, to ensure that the public can support charities with confidence.

We don’t think anyone in our community should have to face going hungry. That’s why we provide three days’ nutritionally balanced emergency food and support to local people who are referred to us in crisis.

The Living Room want to support everyone from Hertfordshire seeking help for an addiction or if you are a family member or carer of someone living with an addiction.

The Council’s Housing webpages provide information and guidance for our housing tenants and leaseholders, and advice for people seeking help with housing or facing homelessness.

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