What we do
The Saviour Trust believe that before support can begin,
an individual's basic needs must be met.
Warmth, food and a safe space to sleep.
Once a person has their own space, a warm bed and food,
we will begin to support them in other areas.
We provide a non-judgmental environment. We recognise
that everyone has a past but to have a future they need a
chance to recover and be supported to make a change.
The Saviour Trust recognise that simply giving someone
a home is not all that is needed. All our clients require a
level of support and this can vary from person to person
and over the course of a persons stay with us. For this
reason, we we offer a variety of support pathways that can
be adapted by our support workers. We currently offer
9 - 5 'drop-in support', weekly house visits, appointed
Support sessions and Support hubs in local churches, extra spaces as
well as specially tailored packages that look for new and
innovative ways to engage with and help those individuals
on the fringes of society.
Our positive working
enable us to provide
targeted support to
service users from the
first day they come to