Alabaré is delighted to have benefited from £10,000 in funding as a result of a partnership between Wiltshire Council and its contractor Tarmac.
We have been informed that Wiltshire Council have triggered SWEP (Severe Weather Emergency Protocol) until Monday, 4th December, after which it will be reviewed.
As a charity committed to ending homelessness, we are alarmed by the Home Secretary’s statement in which she suggests that being homeless is a lifestyle choice.
We all know that to get paid when you have a job, you need one, or if you wish to have a tenancy, you will need one to pay your bills, so what do you do if you cannot open one? Here are details on how we are working locally with HSBC to help.
SWEP provides emergency support for rough sleepers when the temperatures are expected to drop below 0 degrees for 3 consecutive nights or more.
Ed came to Alabaré after finding themselves on the brink of homelessness after returning from Japan, where they had been studying Japanese studies and English literature until the pandemic.
Neil says he was a total mess when he moved in, but he says that our support changed his life, helping him get doctors appointments and onto a drug programme.
Over the years, his chaotic lifestyle meant Stu had lost touch with his family, but through staff assisting in him setting up social media accounts, he has been able to reconnect with his brother.
Robert spent the majority of his adult life addicted to drugs. He attempted to get clean multiple times but says that although he could get medical help to stop physically using the drugs, he couldn’t get help processing the anguish he was trying to escape.