Oxford Homeless Pathways

Oxford Homeless Pathways

Charity information

Oxford Homeless Pathways

Oxford Homeless Pathways provides a range of services for homeless and recently homeless people aged 18+. We help people tackle the issues that have led them to become homeless and to build confidence, develop new skills and put in place plans to change their lives.

Founded 1985

  • Mission statement

    The core of the work we do with all of our clients is about resilience, building social assets, helping them to absorb/cope with life’s ups and downs, ultimately aiming to become self-reliant. Giving them the resilience to not return to old habits when the going gets tough but to either seek help and support or to feel confident enough to be able to ride the storms themselves. OxHoP work with some of the most socially excluded individuals in society who are extremely vulnerable and have very complex needs.

  • Aims

    Oxford Homeless Pathways aims to:

    • It costs over £3 million per year to provide the full one to one support for our clients. Life is complex, people are complex but we all deserve the chance to get back on track.
  • Overview

    Established: October 1985

    Registered Charity Number: 297806

    Board members: 9

    Full time staff: 51

    Part time staff: 14

    Volunteers: 170

    Phone number: 01865 304697

    Address: O'Hanlon House, Luther Street OX1 1SF

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  • Re-Connect

    OxHoP provides support to people who are homeless to help them develop new skills, manage ... More