Each resident has a personal support plan and a designated key worker who they meet with weekly to discuss employment, health, relationships and spiritual issues. It is for those who want to change and who also need accommodation.
The houses are drug and alcohol free and our aim is to help people to move into their own accommodation within two years.
A place in a Jericho Road Project house can be an important step into a more stable and fulfilled life. In providing a physical home for vulnerable people we hope they will also find a spiritual home.
We deliberately charge a rent that allows people to get back into work whilst still getting support. Training opportunities are provided for all residents, and include basic food hygiene and first aid.
We take referrals from treatment centres, day centres, prisons, The Feast and other places.
To be considered for a place, potential residents need to fulfil certain basic criteria (form below) for acceptance. If you wish to make a referral for someone on the basis of these conditions, please complete the short referral form and email it to Dave Barlow.
Where appropriate, we interview prospective residents as soon as we can. This is dependent on a suitable referral and also on vacancies within the houses. All applicants for a place in a house are expected to provide proof of identity.
Images from a squat in Catford that housed 8 people!
Thank you for giving me a launch pad for restarting my life. Resident, 2015
If you would like more information about the Jericho Road Project, please get in touch:
020 8690 5121