Severe Weather Emergency Protocol

SWEP is an emergency humanitarian response to extreme weather, intended to be activated at short notice, and to alleviate the health impacts of such conditions. This primarily takes the form of shelter or short-term accommodation.Read more

Night shelters Wales

Housing Justice currently supports four church led Night Shelters in Wales.Read more

We All Have a Role to Play in Addressing Rough Sleeping

The Bureau of Investigative Journalism have identified 400 people who died in England and Wales in the last year alone. This winter, Housing Justice is launching our biggest drive yet to get people off the streets and into stable accommodation and we’re announcing record funding to support faith and community groups to act now, to do something about rough sleeping.Read more

Policies

Find here policies and procedures on issues affecting our workRead more

Privacy Policy

Housing Justice respects your privacy and is committed to protecting your personal data. This privacy notice will inform you as to how we look after your personal data when you visit our website (regardless of where you visit it from) and tell you about your privacy rights and how the law protects you. You do not have to take any action with regard this policy.Read more

Grants

Equipping Shelters presents a major opportunity to develop new community based projects and strengthen existing ones to provide sustainable routes off the street and to complement (but not duplicate) existing commissioned services.Read more

Get Help

If you are at experiencing homelessness or are at risk of homelessness it is absolutely vital you speak to an expert about your situation who can give you accurate advice. To speak to an expert who can help your situation please call the Shelter advice line. The helpline is open every day of the year: 8am - 8pm on weekdays or 9am - 5pm on weekends.Read more

London Christian homeless forum

Housing Justice convenes a forum for Christians involved in action on homelessness and housing need.Read more

Soup Run forum

Soup Runs have been involved in reaching out with essential food and hospitality to people on the streets in London and around the UK for decades.Read more

Tell us about development potential on church owned land

Through our Faith in Affordable Housing project, we work with churches of all denominations in England and Wales to release surplus land or buildings for affordable housing.Read more

London hosting network

Housing Justice convenes the London Hosting Network, with NACCOM, Homeless Link, Praxis, Spare Room, Jesuit Refugee Service, London Catholic Worker, Refugees at Home and others.Read more

Become a Partner

You can partner with Housing Justice as an individual or as an organisation. Our partnership year runs from 1st September to 31st AugustRead more

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Open courses

Click here to see what courses we have planned in the coming weeks and months.Read more

Housing Justice Quality Mark

Housing Justice offers a quality mark for Church and Community night shelters as a way of bench marking basic standards for shelters across the country and incorporate best practice in our work. Crucially, the Quality Mark is a recognised assurance to funders, local authorities, insurers, shelter guests and the local community that the shelter is run to the highest standard.Read more

Church and community night shelters

Housing Justice supports churches and community groups to set up, sustain and develop winter night shelters for people experiencing homelessness. Typically, a shelter is open from November to March and operates from a different church each night of the week. Guests are provided with a cooked evening meal, somewhere to sleep, and breakfast before they leave in the morning. Most shelters have a referral procedure and aim to help guests find accommodation and step back into settled society.Read more

London churches property forum

Join other senior leaders to discuss current housing and property issues.Read more

Shelters forums

Housing Justice helps to facilitate a series of forums that offer peer support and enable the sharing of best practice in both England and Wales.Read more

Housing Justice Cymru Consultancy Services

We offer advice and consultancy to Christian frontline organisations. This work is a natural offshoot of our work in supporting church shelters, day centres, soup runs and similar services nationwide.Read more

Overview of Homelessness

A one-day training workshop provided by Housing Justice the national Christian organisation working with churches and others to respond to the needs of people who are homeless or in housing need.Read more

Who we work with

See who our partners are in WalesRead more

FiAH Wales

Faith in Affordable Housing is our flagship project in Wales.Read more

Team in Wales- Welsh Steering Group

Our Welsh Steering Group provides support and advice to the Director and helps set the strategic direction for our work.Read more