Thames Reach supports homeless, vulnerable and isolated men and women through a range of services, activities and accommodation projects.
Our aim is for the people we help to have decent homes, supportive relationships and fulfilling lives.
We provide assistance to people who are:
Currently sleeping rough on the streets.
Living in temporary or insecure accommodation.
Struggling to keep the tenancy on their flat.
Isolated from support networks, family and friends.
Living with a drug or alcohol addiction.
Coping with poor mental health or behavioural problems.
Trying to find work.
The Thames Reach Employment Academy is helping people in South London find work. It is helping thousands of unemployed and economically disadvantaged people find employment in the capital.
Thames Reach is determined to help people escape
from a miserable life spent curled up on cardboard and under blankets in
alleyways and shop doorways. Every day and night of the year, Thames Reach’s rough sleeper services are out and about across London helping the capital’s rough sleepers off
the streets and into safe, secure accommodation.