For people whose lives have been chaotic and unsettled, it isn’t always easy to find a job, or even to plan for the future.
Thames Reach helps homeless, vulnerable and socially excluded people to take up training, education, volunteering and work opportunities. This raises people's self-esteem and combats isolation and depression. For many, it will lead to financial independence.
We help people into mainstream training and work, but also run schemes that offer more specialised support. These include:
22 per cent of Thames Reach's workforce is made up of formerly homeless people.