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For the last 7 years we have captured the experiences our homeless clients were having when visiting our local hospitals. A common issue was being discharged as street homeless with Discharge Notifications that stated ‘Discharged to own home’, but with the listed address as ‘NFA’,  ‘Street homeless’ or even simply ‘Care of Catching Lives, Homeless Day...
Right now, donations to Catching Lives mean more than ever. The government has begun to withdraw its support for homeless people during the pandemic and our focus is now on helping as many people as possible, both in the short-term by providing equipment such as tents, sleeping bags, a place to come to do laundry...
Usually during the winter months churches open their doors and provide overnight shelter for people with no home to go to. The need for social distancing during the pandemic means this has not been a viable option this winter. The government issued funding to enable local authorities to address this and provide emergency winter provision....
We’re excited to be going on the road from Wednesday 9th June, to two different locations around Kent on a weekly basis. Our wonderful volunteers will continue to run the day centre, providing our normal facilities and in addition, we will be taking a minibus to Whitstable on a Wednesday and Herne Bay on a...
During the winter of 2020/21 Catching Lives worked alongside other agencies, such as Canterbury City Council to offer a form of emergency accommodation under Winter Provision to as many rough sleepers as possible. Thank you to everyone who made this possible including The Youth Hostels Association, our staff and volunteers and everyone in our community...
Over the last two years Catching Lives has been engaged in an EU Erasmus+ project in the form of a research programme, with partners in the UK, Spain, Belgium and Germany, to develop training for practitioners who work with people with severe mental disorders. The aims of the project were to have the following impacts:...