Our city centre project is a daycentre

Due to the ongoing pandemic, the majority of services provided at our City Centre Project are currently on hold until further notice. Please visit our COVID-19 page to find out more information.

Our city centre project is a daycentre where we work with adults affected by homelessness, addiction, loneliness and poverty.

Our guests may be staying in hostels, hotels, temporary flats or rough sleeping. We meet immediate needs, work with our guests on improving their physical and mental health, help them access more suitable housing, support them to address their addiction issues and enable them to fulfil their potential and to flourish in their communities.

With the onset of the Covid-19 pandemic we have evolved and adapted our services to maximise our contact with and provide help to our guests. Presently we are open to provide takeaway food and advocate for our guests individually. Once food has been passed to our guests we advise them to take the food home to keep them safe.

To comply with government restrictions, we only invite a guest inside the building if there is a serious issue we need to attend to. Our staff wear masks, we take our guest’s temperature on arrival and ensure they wash their hands and keep a safe distances from our staff.

If you are experiencing homelessness or would like to know more about how we can support you.