When I first came to Providence Row three years ago I was sleeping in a garage. There was a camp bed and a stove. Sometimes I’d get a wash and I could stay reasonably clean. I was there for a few years before the owner asked me to leave as he needed the space.
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We are looking for an experienced coordinator, to deliver and develop our innovative Wellbeing Programme.
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An introduction to our Recovery & Progression Services
Debs (pictured left with Pooja) lived in East London for more than 20 years, but around a year ago things started to go wrong for her.
“So many in our society are cast aside and dismissed so readily, they have so much to give, it’s heart-breaking”.
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O introducere în limba română a serviciilor noastre
Many of the people we work with are economic migrants who are, or have been, involved in casual labour or trades. We know that casual labour is a direct cause of becoming homeless as it leaves people with little or no savings and security when their jobs come to an end.
Providence Row has appointed Tom O’Connor as its new chief executive.
Many of you may have seen the current trend sweeping social media – the #MannequinChallenge has seen everyone from the Obama’s to the England football squad getting involved.
Providence Row invites you to their annual Christmas Carol Service - a beautiful evening to sing carols, give thanks and raise much needed funds for people affected by homelessness in London.
Wednesday 13 December 2017, 7pm
Providence Row will be opening up their fantastic roof and courtyard gardens to the general public for tours as part of the Open Garden Squares weekend on Saturday 17 June between midday and 4pm.
It's Men's Health Week this week, so we spoke to Raph our wellbeing coordinator, about why we run a Men's Group and how it helps men affected by homelessness.
It’s Mental Health Awareness Week and we caught up with Raphael, our Wellbeing Coordinator, to find out more about mental health, homelessness and what we’re doing at Providence Row to help people with their recovery.
My name is JC and I have been working in the homeless sector for 15 years.
Today we celebrate International Women's Day at Providence Row.