Local day centres and support services for rough sleepers

Glass Door  
Chelsea Methodist Church,155a King’s Road, SW3 5TX
Drop-in service on Mondays, Tuesdays and Thursdays between 9am and 2pm. Women only drop-in on Wednesdays between 3pm and 5pm. Access to showers, casework service, a GP, clothing store, laundry facilities and a free lunch.  Access is limited to 100 people.

St Cuthbert’s Drop-in Centre
The Philbeach Hall, 51 Philbeach Gardens, Earl’s Court, SW5 9EB 
Open Monday to Friday 10.30am to 3.30pm for a hot meal (small cost), showers, clothing, laundry, internet access and advice. 

Earl’s Court Community Project (ECCP)
West London Family Church, 230 Lillie Road, SW6 7QA
Open Wednesdays 2pm to 4pm for hot drinks and food in a warm, friendly, non-judgmental atmosphere.

HTB St Augustine’s
Queen’s Gate, SW7 5LP
Drop-in centre on Wednesdays (9am to 3pm) and Fridays (9am to 1.30pm). Provides shelter, food, friendship and practical support in a non-threatening Christian environment. Also offers a signposting service, an art area and a music area.

Upper Room
St Saviour's Church, Cobbold Road, W12 9LN
Open Monday to Friday 5.30pm to 6.45pm (free food) and Monday and Tuesday 12pm to 5pm (migrant worker job club). Provides a range of services including a drop-in project for A10 nationals and support in Polish, English, Romanian and Russian.

Streetlytes
St Stephen’s Church, 1 Coverdale Road, W12 8JJ
Drop-in service Mondays 6pm to 9pm offering a free hot meal, friendship and donated items. 

Nova
2 Thorpe Close, W10 5XL
Drop-in Tuesday and Thursday 4pm to 5pm, no referral necessary. Help for people wishing to gain employment, group and one to one support.

240 Project
240 Lancaster Road, W11 4AH
Drop-in Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday 11am to 4pm. Centre offering a range of creative arts and health groups, also support with life skills, independent living and budgeting.

Baron’s Court Project
69 Talgarth Road, London W14 9DD
020 7603 5232
services@baronscourtproject.org
Drop-in Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday 2pm to 5pm. Social rooms to sit, rest, talk and watch TV, café serving cheap meals and drinks, free showers for homeless people, book in to use the washing machine and dryer. Staff available to give advice and support.

The Drug and Alcohol Wellbeing Services (DAWS)
020 8960 5599
Provides a range or support and treatment for people, and their families, affected by drugs and multiple substance misuse. Run by Blenheim and Turning Point.
DAWS has produced an online Roads to Wellbeing map, showing activities and events in the local area.

Alcohol Service
0800 014 7440
Help for people who have difficulty with alcohol use or are affected by alcohol use.

The Outreach Team can refer you to these services or you can call the numbers above. The Services can arrange for someone to meet you in a local venue.