If you're concerned about someone sleeping rough, let us know (through StreetLink) and we'll connect them to the local support and services they need.
Local support and services
Plymouth Access to Housing (PATH)
We fund PATH's Rough Sleepers Team to help people on the streets in Plymouth get into accommodation. PATH also offer a range of services to reduce and prevent homelessness. Visit the PATH website or call 01752 255889 for more information.
Shekinah offer rough sleepers a range of advice services, shower/laundry facilities and a healthy breakfast. Visit the Shekinah website, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01752 203480 for more information.
Shelter give free, expert advice on issues such as homelessness, rent arrears and what to do if your rented home is in need of repair. Their solicitors can help with free, confidential legal advice for anyone eligible for legal aid. Visit the Shelter website or call 0344 515 2399 for more information.
The Salvation Army offers hostel accommodation for single people with support needs. All age groups are accepted but we'll need to refer you. Email email@example.com or call 01752 305496.
Plymouth soup run
The soup run starts daily at 9.30pm by Charles Cross Police Station, then moves to the 'wedding cake' on The Hoe, then Devils Point, ending at Kings Road (by Stonehouse Bridge) at approximately 10pm. Visit the Plymouth soup run website, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01752 404134 for more information.