Are YOU ready to take on the #runforheroes challenge in support of Single Homeless Project? Read more
On the anniversary of Everyone In, our CEO reflects on the key contributors to ending street homelessness in London Read more
Marking 12 months since the first coronavirus lockdown, our CEO Liz Rutherfoord reflects on a year like no other Read more
Our Sport and Health Project aims to transform the health and wellbeing of homeless and vulnerable people through sport and physical activity. Read more
Homelessness has no place in 21st century London – yet we are in the grip of a homeless crisis.
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FLIC works in partnership with local statutory and voluntary agencies to improve services for people experiencing multiple disadvantage and drive systemic change, influencing how services are designed and delivered.
With your help, we can transform lives. At home or in your workplace, you and your friends, family or colleagues can make a difference.
Our Opportunities Programme offers a wide range of therapeutic and skills-based activities to build our clients' confidence and skills
Alexi, 18, won’t let anything get in the way of achieving her dreams. After becoming homeless at just 16, she moved into our Young People service in Greenwich and focused her energy into studying, recently receiving an offer from Oxford University.
We believe that engaging people in the importance of their mental health and wellbeing is critical to their recovery. Many of our clients have experienced traumatic issues in their lives and that is why our trauma-informed approach is a cornerstone of our growing mental health services. This Mental Health Awareness Week, we celebrate the first anniversary of East London Mental Health Services (ELMS) joining us. Read more
One year on - we take a look at Project Kali, a female-focused service working with women with complex needs Read more
FLIC and Standing Together are passionate about ensuring survivors of domestic abuse receive the support they need, and we know that identifying and working with perpetrators plays a crucial part in this. Read more