Who we help

Young people     /     Complex needs     /     Women

Formerly homeless woman helped by HARP Southend
HARP resident and staff laugh
HARP Southend staff and formerly homeless woman

24% of the people we helped in the year ending March 2017 were aged between 18 and 25.

At HARP, we support young people with any problems that they might be experiencing, whilst helping them to prepare for life and work.

In 2016/17, over half of our service users reported to have had experienced issues with their mental health.

Homelessness and the issues within it can be incredibly complex, but our team are on hand to support people through the challenges they are facing.

24% of the people we helped in the year ending March 2017 were female.

Women can have a very different experience of homelessness to men. We believe that they should be given time and a safe space so that they can recover and regain their strength.

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