St Mungo's - Westminster Move On and Resettlement Service
Who is the project for?
Who do we help?
Single homeless people with additional support needs, including substance use, mental health, physical health, life skills and employment and training. Referrals must have a Westminster connection and a CHAIN number.
Who we cannot help
Clients who present a risk that the project is not equipped to manage. Please ring to discuss.
Mixed and men only
Minimum age accepted
Maximum age accepted
How to get a referral
Referrals accepted from agencies in the Westminster Rough Sleepers Pathway.
Phone Mon-Fri 9am-5pm or email referrals inbox to discuss. WARF referral on CHAIN . Interview. Require proof of ID, e.g. passport, benefit documents.
Length of stay
≤ 1 Month
Support and accommodation
Staff based on site in five projects. All accommodation is within walking distance of an office. Staff work on a 7 day rota 9-5 and visit all projects regularly. Emergency on-call manager. Flexible keyworking with monthly meetings or more depending on need. Joint action plans with agreed outcomes, reviewed quarterly. Action plans include goals around employment and training, substance use, resettlement and independent living skills. Access to St Mungo's work and learning projects.
The service consists of 94 beds in a number of locations – all within walking distance from Shirland Rd Accommodation includes shared houses, shared flats, self-contained flats and studios.
Office: Warwick Avenue tube station - 3 minutes walk. Buses 18, 36.