The Hope Centre's aim is to work with vulnerable and disadvantaged people in St Helens across two centres by developing advice, advocacy, support, life skills and vocational training programmes. Hope House provides various services for the homeless, those at risk of homelessness and substance misusers.
The Urban Caf? provides essential nutritional and personal care including breakfast club, emergency food hampers, shower and laundry facilities to vulnerable and disadvantaged adults who are classed as street homeless, at risk of homelessness, substance misusers or those in recovery
An advice and advocacy service that aims to provide service users with support to secure accommodation, access drug/alcohol treatment and health services
How to Access the Service:
The Breakfast Club at Hope House is open between 9am and 10.30am on a Monday to Friday.
Hope House, 103 Church Street, St Helens, Merseyside, WA10 1AJ