Forty years ago, a group of people with first-hand experience of homelessness laid the foundations of our work today when they set up a shared house for homeless men in Pimlico. Read more
SHP was established 40 years ago as part of a move toward a more progressive approach to tackling homelessness. But how far have we really come, asks our Chief Executive Liz Rutherfoord - and what would the next great step forward look like? Read more
Supported housing is a vital lifeline for some of the most vulnerable people in our communities. Find out how what you can do to secure its future. Read more
"Since I started tending these allotments my depression has vanished...the senses that I thought had died have been revived." Read more
SHP’s Big Lottery-funded Fulfilling Lives in Islington and Camden (FLIC) project supports people with complex needs to break the cycle they are in.
Our Opportunities Programme helps people tap into their individual strengths and potential, to put them in the driving seat of their own recovery.
With your help, we can transform lives. At home or in your workplace, you and your friends, family or colleagues can make a difference.
"Now I’m chemical free I’m able to sit with myself and absorb life for what it is."
Waltham Forest has welcomed the first Syrian refugee family to arrive in the borough as part of the Syrian Vulnerable Persons Resettlement Scheme. Read more
Two ‘recovery champions’ shared their experiences of overcoming addiction as part of SHP’s SHINE event, which celebrated and championed the achievements of people in recovery. Read more
SHP has launched a new brand identity and website to coincide with the charity’s 40th anniversary. Read more