Salvation Army HA - Edward Alsop Court
18 Great Peter Street
020 7641 1000
Who is the project for?
Who do we help?
Homeless older men with a range of support needs including: health, mobility, alcohol, mental health and care needs who require on site support to stabilise, engage with treatment services then move on via our housing pathway.
Who we cannot help
Schedule 1 offenders. Those with a history of violence.
- Minimum age accepted: 35
- Maximum age accepted: 70
How to get a referral
Only accept referrals from Westminster Outreach Services Probation Service and Westminster Housing Options. Referrals from LA commissioned outreach services.
All referrals must be completed on the Westminster BBS referral form and emailed - essential that referrals can provide proof of ID and entitlement to benefits.
Length of stay
- Minimum stay: ? 1 Month
- Maximum stay: 3-6 Months
Support and accommodation
15 staff, 24 hour waking cover. Compulsory keywork system and individual support plans. Look ahead provide housing related and recovery support within a Psychologocally Informed Envrironment - CGL, Turning Point, Groundswell, EASL and Crisis Skylight provide in reach services.
Rooms and charges
- Single 79
- Total spaces: 79
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- Disabled facilities: 2 bedsits and adapted bathroom in the emergency unit are wheelchair accessible with grab rails, low level furniture and emergency pull cords.
Rules and policies
St James's Park tube - 5 mins. Buses 11, 24, 211 (Victoria Street), 507 (Greycoat Place).
Currently have 4 volunteers. Phone 020 7 222 8953 for further information.
Please phone 020 7233 0296 regarding potential donations.
Is this page accurate?
If you work for Salvation Army HA - Edward Alsop Court and would like to tell us about any of this information that needs updating please email the Homeless Link Information team. Please note this email address does not contact the service listed above so do not use it if you are looking for help or advice.