Crises work directly with thousands of homeless people every year. They provide vital help so that people can rebuild their lives and are supported out of homelessness for good. They offer one to one support, advice and courses for homeless people in 12 areas across England, Scotland and Wales. How Crises help someone depends on the person’s individual needs and situation. It could be with finding a home and settling in, getting new skills and finding a job, or help with their health and wellbeing. Crises use research to find out how best to improve our services, but also to find wider solutions to homelessness. Together with homeless people and Crisis supporters, they campaign for the changes needed to end homelessness for good.
All of Crises work is integrated, and all contributes to their purpose of ending homelessness. The services they provide are carefully informed through decades of experience of working with homeless people, and the research they’ve carried out over the years. Crises research is driven by their knowledge from working side-by-side with homeless people every day. And this influences their campaigning for permanent change.
Crises support people out of homelessness for good. They do this through education, training and support with housing, employment and health.
They offer one to one support, advice and courses for homeless people in 12 areas across England, Scotland and Wales.
Crises help homeless people find and keep a rented home. They do this by working with landlords to ensure a supply of places to live, and giving homeless people the tools and knowledge they need to rent successfully.
Research and campaigning
They carry out pioneering research into the causes and consequences of homelessness, and campaign for the changes needed to end it for everyone, for good.