Pathway Homes


At Pathway Homes Group, we are committed to helping homeless and vulnerable adults on their journey to better living opportunities and are dedicated to helping individuals secure sustainable, long-term tenancies.


National Homeless Charities


Crisis was formed in 1967, as an urgent response to the growing homelessness crisis. Since then, the charity has helped tens of thousands of people out of homelessness and campaigned for change.


Shelter helps millions of people every year struggling with bad housing or homelessness through advice, support, and legal services; they campaign to make sure that, one day, no one will be in need of such help.

The Big Issue Foundation

The Big Issue Foundation supports vendors to achieve financial stability through their magazine sales whilst helping them to overcome social exclusions that have previously held them back. They achieve this through a model of Service Brokerage.

Their frontline workers – Service Brokers – are trained to accurately identify the needs of a Big Issue vendor and provide expert information, advice, and guidance best able to address these needs.


Centrepoint provides housing and support for young people in London, Manchester, Yorkshire, and the North East and through partnerships all over the UK.

The charity aims to give homeless young people a future and we want to end youth homelessness.

DePaul UK

Their mission is to end homelessness and to change the lives of those affected by it. Every person the charity helps has a unique situation and a unique set of needs, so they focus on the individual and offer tailored support.

For those with nowhere to go, they offer accommodation. When relationships break down, they provide support to keep families together.

St. Mungo’s

For over 50 years, St Mungo’s has been at the forefront of efforts to tackle homelessness. Each night their 17 outreach teams go out to help people sleeping rough to move away from the streets, providing a bed and support to over 2,850 people. They work to prevent homelessness and support people at every step of their recovery from homelessness.

The Salvation Army

The Salvation Army is an integral part of the Christian Church, although distinctive in governance and practice. The Army’s doctrine follows the mainstream of Christian belief and its objectives are ‘the advancement of the Christian religion… of education, the relief of poverty, and other charitable objects beneficial to society or the community of mankind as a whole’.


Emmaus are working together to end homelessness

Emmaus (pronounced em-may-us) is a homelessness charity with a difference. They don’t just give people a bed for the night; they offer a home, meaningful work and a sense of belonging.

Homeless Link

This is the national membership charity for organisations working directly with people who become homeless in England. The network works to make services better and campaign for policy change that will help end homelessness.

Street Link

Street Link exists to help end rough sleeping by enabling members of the public to connect people sleeping rough with the local services that can support them.

Charities by Regions


The Whitechapel Centre

The Whitechapel Centre was started in 1975 to meet the needs of homeless people in Liverpool. Whitechapel believe in empowering and enabling people to live independently. Their daily activity sessions build confidence, skills, and capability. Support workers from Whitechapel prepare vulnerable people to take on a tenancy, provide support with health issues such as addictions, develop budgeting skills and move into quality accommodation.


The Basement

The Basement’s Mission is to challenge homelessness and substance misuse by promoting recovery and empowering people to transform their own lives. 

They believe in offering a person-centred approach to support people through their issues, whether they be financially, physically, or mentally.

Their team provide people with real life role models, which helps to build trusting relationships with clients to ensure they make positive life changes that benefit both the individual and the community.


The Amazing Graze

The Amazing Graze in Blackpool is a hub for the homeless in the area. The café provides a warm safe-place and food for the homeless in the town as well as regular evening entertainment including bands, singers and much more.


Street Life

Street Life provide support for children and young adults up to the age of 26. The charity offers support from The Base, our Day Centre, and Night Shelter, which also serves as emergency accommodation for those who are in need in the Blackpool area.

Established in 1982, the charity aims to support vulnerable young people by empowering them to make informed choices about issues effecting their lives.


The Foxton Centre

The Foxton Centre, through their outreach work, identify rough sleepers offering support, safety and resources – the winter watch programme, community cafe, Housing First accommodation scheme, work experience and volunteering programmes all provide solutions to help people to learn, grow and flourish.


LUV Preston

Luv Preston is a local charity which aims to provide care and support to those who find themselves disadvantaged and disconnected in the local community.

LUV are committed to providing help, support and, above all, friendship, to people who need it most. The charity does not hesitate when it comes to a person’s past, it is about the future and how they can help shape it for an individual.


Barrow Food Bank

The Trussell Trust supported Barrow Food Bank are a part of the national battle against homelessness. The Food Bank provides local people in crisis with emergency food and emotional support when in need.


The Salvation Army

The Salvation Army in Barrow-in-Furness is a place where everyone can experience God through a friendly welcome, hospitality, and support. The service offers a listening ear or practical support, and work in collaboration with other agencies in the town to get the best support possible.


Morecambe Bay Food Bank

The Morecambe Bay Food Bank are part of a nationwide network, supported by The Trussell Trust, working to fight poverty and hunger across the country. The Food Bank provide three days’ nutritionally balanced emergency food and support to local people who find themselves in crisis.


Morecambe Homeless Action

Morecambe Homeless Action run drop-in sessions throughout the week at a number of different locations in the area and provide hot food and drink, shelter, housing information, advice or a friendly chat to those in need.

They also offer essentials such as clothes, bedding, pots, pans, that have been generously donated by the community. This goes towards helping people who are struggling get through challenging times.


The NOAH Enterprise

NOAH Enterprise is a charity which help the most disadvantaged in the local community. NOAH is concerned with providing a practical, empowering, and caring service to people who are homeless, primarily those who are rough sleepers and fallen into poverty.


Luton Food Bank

Luton Foodbank is run entirely for the benefit of people in and around Luton who need emergency food. The charity aims to eradicate food poverty in Luton and strives to support those in need who use the services find the guidance and help needed to overcome their issues.


St. Petrocks

St. Petrocks are a homeless charity for those vulnerable in Exeter. For over 20 years they have provided a range of support, housing, and prevention services to the local community.


The Julian House – Outreach

The Julian House have an Assertive Outreach team based in Exeter, who are out on the streets regularly, ensuring anyone who is sleeping rough, or is leading a street-based lifestyle, understands the availability of support services to them.


The Community Fridge and Larder

The Plymouth-based Community Fridge and Larder helps those in need by suppling surplus food free of charge, helping individuals and families in need of support.



Shekinah provides opportunities for people who are experiencing a wide range of issues, including homelessness, drug and alcohol, offending, or mental ill health. The charity believes in second chances and have a passionate and dedicated team of staff and volunteers who work tirelessly ensuring that people in crisis are given a variety of opportunities to succeed.

National Charities by Issues.

Motivation/Taking Responsibility

Motivation and Learning Trust

The vision of The Motivation and Learning Trust is to support, develop and enhance life opportunities for MPCT learner’s past, present and future. They raise and administer funding in order to offer young people support in crisis and facilitate bespoke, inspirational educational opportunities that will ensure they become meaningful and contributing members of society who are confident, competent, and fully aware of their role in being the best they can be.

Self-Care Living Skills

The Self Care Forum

The Self Care Forum is a charity which aims to further the reach of self-care and embed it into everyday life. Self-Care is the actions that individuals take for themselves, on behalf of and with others to develop, protect, maintain, and improve their health, wellbeing, or wellness.

Managing Money

Step Change

Step Change’s team of debt experts help 635,000 people a year to deal with their debt problems. With 25 years’ experience, you can be confident that they can provide the advice and support you need to achieve long-term financial control.

The organisation offers free debt advice that is based on a comprehensive assessment of your situation. They will then provide practical help and support for however long it’s needed.

Social Networks/Relationships

Relate: The Relationship People

The UK’s largest provider of relationship support, and last year we helped over two million people of all ages, backgrounds, sexual orientations, and gender identities to strengthen their r

Drug/Alcohol Misuse

Turning Point

Turning Point are a leading social enterprise, providing health and social care services in over 300 locations across England.

The network work with people who need our support with their drug and alcohol use, mental health, offending behaviour, unemployment issues and people with a learning disability. They aim to inspire and empower them to discover new possibilities in their lives.

Physical Health

Realise Charity

Realise charity is part of we are aspire. With gift aid from PM Training, donations from local people and business, Realise provides essential support to over 650 people in Staffordshire each year to progress in their education and gain employment.

They also support a number of progressive initiatives to improve neighbourhoods and disadvantaged communities; help people overcome barriers to skills, support people into employment, tackle health inequalities, and assist in the development of people’s confidence, independence, and self-reliance.

Emotional & Mental Health


The Campaign Against Living Miserably (CALM) is leading a movement against suicide. Every week 125 people in the UK takes their own lives – 75% of all UK suicides are male. CALM provide essential support services that aim to combat suicide throughout the country. 

Managing Tenancy/Accommodation

TDS Charitable Foundation

Works to advance education about housing rights and obligations in general, and in particular about:

Best practice in the management of private rented housing.
Legal rights and obligations of those involved in the provision or management of private rented housing.
Using alternative dispute resolution for more efficient and effective resolution of disputes between landlords and tenants.


St. Giles

St. Giles is a charity using expertise and real-life past experiences to empower people who are not getting the help they need including, people held back by poverty, exploited, abused, dealing with addiction or mental health problems, caught up in crime or a combination of these issues and others.

They show people there is a way to build a better future – for themselves and those they care about – and help them create this through support, advice, and training.

Moving On


At all times, Moving On’s overall goal is to prepare homeless young people to live independently.

Building young people’s confidence, improving their health, and providing training is all focused on seeing them move on in a positive way.