People can become homeless or face homelessness for a variety of reasons…

Job losses, financial hardship, relationship break down, alcohol and substance dependence, or on-going health problems can all contribute to difficulty in maintaining a home.

People who experience physical or mental health problems and those with complex needs are particularly at risk if issues are not identified earlier to put preventative support in place.

We provide a range of services to meet the needs of people who are homeless or have experienced homelessness across Edinburgh, Glasgow and Angus.

Some of our services are gender specific or may cater for people who have additional and often complex support needs. All of our services support people to define their own goals and aspirations through person-centred approaches and by providing the practical and emotional support required to sustain longer term housing solutions.

Resource Hubs

Improving confidence, skills and wellbeing

Edinburgh Resource Hub

Our Edinburgh Resource Hub supports disadvantaged people to learn vital independent living skills, and experience recreational, educational and social opportunities.

The Hub offers activities running six days each week, including walking groups, IT skills and cooking classes.

Find out more

3 Gilmour St, Edinburgh EH8 9HR
0131 667 9407

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Dundee Futures Project

Our Dundee Futures Project works with people who would like to increase their confidence, meet new people, learn skills and improve their physical and mental wellbeing.

The service offers one-to-one support and delivers activities such as cooking, art and walking groups.

Find out more

235-237 Hilltown, Dundee DD3 7AN
01382 225100