The Connection at St Martin’s works with people who are rough sleeping to move away from, and stay off, the streets of London. We do this at our day centre, just opposite Charing Cross station.
What we do focuses on working alongside people as they recover from life on the streets and move towards a meaningful, fulfilling future.
You can learn how we support people facing homelessness so they’re never alone below.
What we do at The Connection:
Finding Somewhere To call HomeHelping people to find accommodation is a vital part of what we do. Learn more here
Our ServicesWhatever you face, The Connection will be there to support you. Explore the support we offer
We work with people, not for them. There is no ‘one size fits all’ approach to tackling homelessness – everyone is unique. Our job is to help people with homelessness and rough sleeping, changing their lives in the way that they want to, at their own pace.
Everybody can leave homelessness behind, but recovery from homelessness is often a very long process, and can be full of stops and starts. We build trusting relationships and offer services that build confidence and self-belief to support people every step of the way.
Our frontline services are delivered in and around our resource centre at Adelaide Street and at St Martin’s House, our supported housing project in South London.
To discover more about our work, watch this video: