We help people make a home for themselves.
We provide temporary/ permanent housing with supportive services meeting the long-term needs of chronic homeless individuals, thereby establishing mentoring relationship and trainings to secure stable employment for our clients.
Overall, Crisis estimated that around 227,000 people were experiencing the worst forms of homelessness – rough sleeping, sleeping in vans and sheds, and stuck in B&Bs – across England, Scotland and Wales in 2021.24 Dec 2021
Over 9,000 households in Kent face homelessness. Together, we can be there for them.
At Broadreach, we espouse the principles of self-determination and opportunity within a caring and morally responsible community. Our mission at Broadreach Homeless Services is to help people make a home for themselves.
Why we do this?
To provide temporary/permanent housing with supportive services meeting the long-term needs of chronic homeless individuals and promoting the gospel of Christ to those who are willing to know Christ.
To alleviate chronic homelessness by providing short term shelter that seeks to obtain long-term housing, establishing mentoring relationship and trainings to secure stable employment for our clients.
In addition, we provide all the paperwork, expertise and ongoing support to operate a successful supported housing project. We are one of a network of over 55 partners (churches and Christian charities), who house and care for over 1,000 people in the UK.
Achieved to date
Broadreach Homeless services staff and volunteers are committed to empowering their clients and creating youth awareness of the homeless and homelessness situation in the community. Involving them to show compassion and support to the less privileged of the society. Broadreach Homeless services offers its staff and volunteers opportunities to make a material and emotional difference in the day to day life of its client’s .i.e. Pastoral care, training, education. Broadreach Homeless services staff and volunteers will treat one another with consideration (irrespective of a person’s ethnic origin, religious background or sexual orientation). We currently have 11 Bed spaces spread over 3 Boroughs (Dartford, Gravesham and Thurrock).
Perth House, Tilbury
Princes Street, Gravesend
Some of our bedrooms
Activities & Events
From our residents
We want to do more for more homeless people in more places across the UK and help to change their lives for good especially within and around South East. We want to change the way society thinks and acts towards homeless people. Help give every homeless person a new chance at Training or Employment.
Are you interested or willing to volunteer?