Caritas Anchor House

Working at the heart of homelessness

Our News in Brief

Our News in Brief

15th May 2020
That’s why we’d be really grateful if you could nominate us in the Ecclesiastical Movement for Good awards. Your nomination could be the one that wins us £1,000. The awards are designed to give eligible charities in the UK and Republic of Ireland the financial assistance they need to help them...
14th May 2020
We have entered yet another week of social distancing albeit under a new set of rules and no doubt new sets of challenges. So in the midst of the continuing uncertainty we all face, I wanted to reach out and update you on how your support is helping to protect people experiencing homelessness...
4th May 2020
When coronavirus began to sweep across the world, like many others, we didn’t know what the impact might be on our residents and services. In fact, the impact has been significant and multi-faceted, and we’ve had to do lots of things differently. One way it has impacted our resident group is...
17th April 2020
On Sunday 26th April 2020, tens of thousands of people were meant to run just over 26 miles through the capital, many in support of charities. This and thousands of other fundraising events have been cancelled or postponed as a result of the coronavirus pandemic, and so the organisers came together...
8th April 2020
Elif Huseyin is a member of our frontline team at Caritas Anchor House. She is our Mental Health Specialist and leads on our work around resident's health and wellbeing. This week, Elif shares how the team have had to change how they are supporting people experiencing homelessness in the face of...
26th March 2020
Right now, our work is as important as ever and we’re still here doing what we do best. It’s essential that we carry on providing a home and support to those who really need it, but we are now working slightly differently in line with guidance from the Government and Public Health England. The...
17th March 2020
Caritas Anchor House, alongside many homelessness charities including Crisis, are deeply concerned that the measures set out do not go far enough and so we urge the Government to go much further to protect homeless people. People experiencing homelessness, particularly those rough sleeping, are...
8th March 2020
The grant supported our Peer Led Recovery Programme, the goal of which is to support our residents to understand more about their mental and physical health, and to empower them to take more responsibility to improve their wellbeing. The programme includes ten core topics in 90 minute sessions, co...
6th March 2020
Our female residents, and indeed all of our residents, have achieved so much in the face of adversity and we’re so inspired by them. For some, it might be escaping an abusive relationship, getting accepted on to a training course or securing a job, improving their confidence and wellbeing, or...
5th March 2020
Eating disorders do not discriminate - they can affect anyone. For individuals who may be homeless and dealing with little to no income, food insecurity can be a monumental factor that contributes to the development of an eating disorder. That’s why this Eating Disorders Awareness Week, from 2nd...

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