Our main client groups are people who are rough sleeping, experiencing homelessness, or at risk of homelessness, people in recovery, families with support needs, people with multiple complex needs, destitute asylum seekers and people with no recourse to public funds.

All of our services, which supported over 1,000 people during the calendar year of 2022, are delivered with the overall aim of fulfilling three ambitions: Ending homelessness, supporting recovery and creating pathways out of poverty.

Ending Homelessness

Housing advice, street homeless engagement and AfEO projects

Supporting Recovery

LEAP and meaningful activity programme

Pathways out of Poverty

Food and advice services

Good Shepherd Move On From Housing First

After five years delivering the Housing First project, the Good Shepherd has decided to refocus its operations and move on from working on the initiative...

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