Thames Reach
Tuesday 21 November 2017
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As well as supporting vulnerable people, Thames Reach hopes to influence policy-makers and public opinion on the issues that surround homelessness. Occasionally, we might debunk some of the myths.

See our recent campaigns below, or talk to us on twitter about what you think of our campaigns.

Thames Reach also responds to government policy and strategy consultations on issues surrounding homeless and vulnerable people. 

Drugs and super strength

A campaign highlighting the serious damage to health, premature deaths and social devastation caused by super-strength drinks among marginalised and homeless people. 

A young man becomes old

'Young olds' are vulnerable, middle-aged former rough sleepers who have the health problems of those twenty years older, and who often can't get the support they need.

Photograph of coins

If you give money to people who beg it will probably be spent on drugs. In most cases, you'll be helping them to buy the heroin and crack cocaine that could kill them. 

The No Second Night Out logo

Thames Reach’s outreach teams work closely with the Mayor of London’s No Second Night Out (NSNO) project, working to ensure that no one arriving on the streets of the capital will sleep out for a second night.