Refuges, hostels & homeless shelters

Refuges, hostels & homeless shelters across North, South, East, West & Central London for men and women. Charities providing shelter and accommodation overnight, providing advice, support and working hard to help rough sleepers to find somewhere off the streets. Family-like communities providing transformative support for homeless, vulnerable, marginalised people and refugees, provide for immediate needs of those in desperate circumstances including safety, food, warmth, clothing, laundry, showers.

    Thames Reach
    Thames Reach works directly with homeless people on the streets & in hostels, their outreach teams work across London helping people sleeping rough to get off the capitalís streets. Their hostels provide support & accommodation.
    SE5 8UA
    0300 500 0914

    Shelter from the Storm
    Shelter from the Storm is a completely free purpose built emergency night shelter providing bed, dinner & breakfast for 40 homeless people every night of the year. Meeting & counselling space, clothing store, IT facilities, lounge & dining area.
    Upper Holloway
    020 7697 9569

    Doorstep Homeless Families Project
    Situated in the Abbots & Levine Hostel South Hampstead, Doorstep serves 45 families accommodated & those living in other temporary North Camden accommodation providing goods, services & comfort as they await permanent housing.
    South Hampstead
    NW6 3QX
    020 7372 0413

    Highway House
    Award winning Highway House in Tottenham North London is more than just a homeless shelter, it's a home. They house up to 45 men at a time helping with shelter, food, counselling & the opportunity for much needed companionship.
    N15 4QL
    020 8808 4444

    Caritas Anchor House
    Caritas Anchor House in Canning Town East London is a homelessness charity providing accommodation & life-skills support for single homeless adults. Ensure residents receive education, guidance, counselling & personal rehabilitation.
    Canning Town
    E16 4HB
    020 7476 6062

    Look Ahead Care and Support
    Look Ahead in London & South East, open 24/7, helps with homelessness, complex needs, mental health, learning disability, young people & care leavers, assisting them with housing, goals, controlling their lives with care & support.
    London - South East
    0333 010 4600

    St Mungoís
    St St Mungoís 17 outreach teams go out nightly to meet people who are homeless & help them off the streets. Each night they offer beds & support to over 2,850 people across London, the South & South West, helping at every step of their recovery.
    London - South East England - South - South West
    020 3856 6000

    Webber Street Day Centre
    Webber Street is London City Missionís day centre welcoming 100 homeless men & women near Waterloo Station, a refuge from life on the streets. Cooked breakfasts, tea, coffee, hot showers, clothing. Access to a nurse, benefits advisor, film club, more.
    Webber St, Bishop's
    SE1 8QA
    020 7603 1692

    StreetLink London
    StreetLink London is a website, mobile phone app & telephone service helping to end rough sleeping in the capital by enabling members of the public to connect people sleeping rough with the local services that can support them.
    0300 500 0914

    Homeless Link
    Homeless Link is the national membership charity for organisations working directly with people who become homeless in England. They work to make services better & campaign for policy change that will help end homelessness.
    EC3N 1BJ
    020 7840 4430

    Glass Door
    Glass Door partners with churches because no one should have to sleep on the streets of London. London's largest open-access network of emergency winter shelters & support services for men & women affected by homelessness.
    SW3 5TX
    020 7351 4948

    North London Action for the Homeless
    North London Action for the Homeless (NLAH) is a charity that runs a drop-in centre based in Stoke Newington (N16) for the homeless & those in needy circumstances. We are funded by donations and rely on volunteers to operate.
    Stoke Newington
    N16 7UE
    07421 032553

    Ace of Clubs
    Ace of Clubs in Clapham SW London is a family-like community providing transformative support for homeless, vulnerable, marginalised people locally, provide for immediate needs of those in desperate circs: safety, food, warmth, clothing, laundry, showers.
    SW4 7AS
    020 7720 2811

    Robes operates across Southwark & Lambeth provides shelter for people who find themselves homeless in London. They help with vital welfare advice, enabling access to services & accommodation, supported by 30 church venues in South London.
    Southwark - Lambeth
    020 7407 5623

    Shelter helps millions of people every year struggling with bad housing or homelessness through advice, support & legal services. They campaign to make sure that, one day, no one will have to turn to them for help.
    London - Nationwide
    0808 800 4444

    The Marylebone Project
    The Marylebone Project is a 24/7 drop-in service providing 112 long & short term beds to homeless women, offers essential facilities, training & support to women who visit their rough sleeperís drop-in at the Marylebone Centre.
    Marylebone NW1 5NX - Marylebone NW1 5NR
    020 3959 1440