This small yet intimate project opened in 2001, to provide homeless and isolated members of the local community with a small, but friendly source of help. It is based in St Leonard's Church and offers a cutting edge service, providing advice, practical support and information to homeless people, drug users, alcoholics and people with a history of mental health problems. For many it is the first port of call and our dedicated team refer clients on to more specialist services where necessary.
We can not underestimate the importance of this service as it is a place of support for so many and somewhere simply for visitors to meet other people and make new friends.
In an average three months, nearly 2,000 visits can be made to the Centre. We also organise day trips out of London or visits to museums. For many, this is the only time they have a holiday or get out of the city.
Below is an example of a typical programme in any one week. However this changes frequently so please contact the Manager, Gary Davidge, for current details on opening times on 020 7613 3232 or on firstname.lastname@example.org
If you would like to donate food or clothing to the drop-in please click HERE
|9.30 - 12.30pm||2.00 - 4.00pm|
|Monday||Open Door Session||Closed for Staff Preparation
|Tuesday||Drop-In service at the Dunloe Centre
||Open Door Session|
|Wednesday||Open Door Session||Monthly cinema club
|Thursday||Closed for planning
|Friday||Drop-in service at the Tab Centre
||Closed for Staff Training|
You do not need to be referred to this project, so feel free to drop-in when we are open. We are based in St. Leonard’s Church (also known as Shoreditch Church) on Shoreditch High Street. You will find us located in the left of the church.
To see a map please click HERE
In-house TV spots about hope and recovery by students of the New Hanbury Project at Spitalfields Crypt Trust, 2010.
Created by Recovery CHANNEL UK