About Us

Streets2Homes is a charity based in Harlow, Essex and we provide a day centre which seeks to reach out to and help homeless people. We provide a safe and friendly environment in which we can assist them in a number of ways including finding accommodation.

The demand for housing in this area always outstrips availability so it can take time to find suitable accommodation we are always looking for good landlords to work with us. The day centre provides a place to access housing advice and practical assistance to secure accommodation, social contact, training sessions, employment advice, health services, washing facilities, food, clothing, general guidance and support.

We cannot do all the work ourselves but we have links with a wide range of agencies and organisations that we can contact to try to get the appropriate type of assistance to meet the needs of our clients.

Sleep Out 2019

To highlight homelessness and to sponsor Streets2Homes who work for the homeless.

We invite you to join us and sleep rough in whatever the weather throws at us.

Anyone of 18 years old can join or children of 12 years old as long as they have a parent or guardians permission.

No Pets Please

Donate

We appreciate all monetary gifts and useful items we receive. Find out how you can donate.

 

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Volunteer

Volunteer to help with  cooking, support work, assist the running of the day centre or administration duties.

 

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Fundraising

Visit our Upcoming Events page and get fundraising for Streets2Homes.

 

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Stories

I looked after my wide when she had cancer and when it came to her final days it hit me like a hammer. Me and my stepson could not get on with other any more, so I went back to Harlow to see, and be closer to, my family, but they had moved to another town. I started to sleep rough and had to lie on the grass so there was nowhere else to go. Then some people found me and took me to the centre called Streets2Homes where they took care of me. At the centre someone set up a tent for me so that I could keep dry instead of sleeping on the ground. Within a few months I was asked if I would like to have a room. I was over the moon with excitement and very happy that there was a light out there to help me. That was in July so I have been safe and secure since then. I offered to do some volunteering at the centre, which is good as it gives me my dignity back and helps me to give something back to them for all the help I've received.

I looked after my wide when she had cancer and when it came to her final days it hit me like a hammer. Me and my stepson could not get on with other any more, so I went back to Harlow to see, and be closer to, my family, but they had moved to another town. I started to sleep rough and had to lie on the grass so there was nowhere else to go. Then some people found me and took me to the centre called Streets2Homes where they took care of me. At the centre someone set up a tent for me so that I could keep dry instead of sleeping on the ground. Within a few months I was asked if I would like to have a room. I was over the moon with excitement and very happy that there was a light out there to help me. That was in July so I have been safe and secure since then. I offered to do some volunteering at the centre, which is good as it gives me my dignity back and helps me to give something back to them for all the help I've received.

I looked after my wide when she had cancer and when it came to her final days it hit me like a hammer. Me and my stepson could not get on with other any more, so I went back to Harlow to see, and be closer to, my family, but they had moved to another town. I started to sleep rough and had to lie on the grass so there was nowhere else to go. Then some people found me and took me to the centre called Streets2Homes where they took care of me. At the centre someone set up a tent for me so that I could keep dry instead of sleeping on the ground. Within a few months I was asked if I would like to have a room. I was over the moon with excitement and very happy that there was a light out there to help me. That was in July so I have been safe and secure since then. I offered to do some volunteering at the centre, which is good as it gives me my dignity back and helps me to give something back to them for all the help I've received.

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I looked after my wide when she had cancer and when it came to her final days it hit me like a hammer. Me and my stepson could not get on with other any more, so I went back to Harlow to see, and be closer to, my family, but they had moved to another town. I started to sleep rough and had to lie on the grass so there was nowhere else to go. Then some people found me and took me to the centre called Streets2Homes where they took care of me. At the centre someone set up a tent for me so that I could keep dry instead of sleeping on the ground. Within a few months I was asked if I would like to have a room. I was over the moon with excitement and very happy that there was a light out there to help me. That was in July so I have been safe and secure since then. I offered to do some volunteering at the centre, which is good as it gives me my dignity back and helps me to give something back to them for all the help I've received.

I looked after my wide when she had cancer and when it came to her final days it hit me like a hammer. Me and my stepson could not get on with other any more, so I went back to Harlow to see, and be closer to, my family, but they had moved to another town. I started to sleep rough and had to lie on the grass so there was nowhere else to go. Then some people found me and took me to the centre called Streets2Homes where they took care of me. At the centre someone set up a tent for me so that I could keep dry instead of sleeping on the ground. Within a few months I was asked if I would like to have a room. I was over the moon with excitement and very happy that there was a light out there to help me. That was in July so I have been safe and secure since then. I offered to do some volunteering at the centre, which is good as it gives me my dignity back and helps me to give something back to them for all the help I've received.

I looked after my wide when she had cancer and when it came to her final days it hit me like a hammer. Me and my stepson could not get on with other any more, so I went back to Harlow to see, and be closer to, my family, but they had moved to another town. I started to sleep rough and had to lie on the grass so there was nowhere else to go. Then some people found me and took me to the centre called Streets2Homes where they took care of me. At the centre someone set up a tent for me so that I could keep dry instead of sleeping on the ground. Within a few months I was asked if I would like to have a room. I was over the moon with excitement and very happy that there was a light out there to help me. That was in July so I have been safe and secure since then. I offered to do some volunteering at the centre, which is good as it gives me my dignity back and helps me to give something back to them for all the help I've received.

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