This can be a testing time for anyone’s recovery, so we’re hosting a feast of events through the festive period and beyond.
Paper & Cup 2, our Bow branch closes its doors.
Read about Choices, our 'wraparound' services for people in recovery from addiction.
A brief profile of John, artist and key member of the Choices recovery community.
The New Hanbury Project's Art Exhibition is an opportunity for our students to showcase their work to art lovers and buyers from across the capital and beyond.
A profile of Amo, trainee at SCT's vintage furniture social enterprise, Restoration Station.
After an incredible 40 years, Graham announced last week that he is stepping down from his role leading the charity.
An exhibition of black and white portraits to celebrate our 50th anniversary, by celebrated music photographer, Lawrence Watson.
Sarah Barratt caught up with Helen, our marathon runner to see how her training is going.
Not just a pretty face, our coffee bookshop has tasty treats and awesome books inside too!
Adam tells Sarah Barratt how he hopes that through telling his story he “might prevent someone, somewhere from passing 'the point of no return'” the way his father did.
Men dressing up, biscuits and lipstick - all in aid of raising the day's takings at our charity shops.
Ken talks to Nigel, Editor of Normal, about his recovery.
Sarah Barratt interviews Laura Bradshaw, SCT's Progression Officer for people in recovery from addiction.
Join us for this art fair in aid of SCT.
Jonathan tells us about his plans and preparations in taking on the Tube challenge in aid of SCT
Our free MOTs for the homeless are becoming a bit of institution amongst local Shoreditch pop ups!
"I have a challenging and diverse job that allows me to manage and make a difference to people who really need it" says SCT's Deputy CEO.
Bend over backwards and help the homeless this Valentines!