Our individual skills, passions and interests are often the very things that make us feel human and resilient.
But these may be the first parts of someone’s life that are forgotten when they become homeless, and we know that this can contribute to feelings of isolation and poor mental health.
Our recovery programme encourages people to develop essential skills and express themselves through art, music and discussion.
Art is a great way of helping people who have experienced trauma. Having access to these creative outlets can have a really positive effect on their recovery.
It also gives people the chance to build confidence and skills in a safe environment that they can take forward into the future.
The Skills and Opportunities service has been able to support many people in gaining employment or beginning training opportunities across the hospitality, construction and advertising sectors.
Our programme of groups and events also includes: