Alabare Christian Care & Support

Alabare Christian Care & Support

Charity information

Alabare Christian Care & Support

We are primarily a supported accommodation service for the homeless and disadvantaged across a wide demographic of ages and needs located in projects throughout the south west of England.

Founded 1991

  • Mission statement

    At Alabaré Christian Care & Support we help some of the most vulnerable people in our communities, enabling them to overcome the barriers they face and achieve fulfilling lives.

    Through more than 45 projects in the South and South West, we provide support, accommodation and training for people who are homeless or at risk of becoming homeless; people with learning disabilities; prisoners & ex-offenders; people with mental ill-health; women leaving the sex industry; young people; ex-armed forces personnel.

    Our mission is to support people to find purpose, hope and meaning in their lives, by providing
    Good quality accommodation - a safe home till they can find a permanent home.
    Professional support and advice - offering choice and explaining consequences
    Training in life skills
    Care, compassion and respect - listening to their needs and aspirations
    Support in overcoming the barriers they face in transforming their lives.

    The values that lie at the heart of our work are:
    CARE for service users, who are often vulnerable and marginalised
    COMPASSION for those in difficulty or in distress
    GENEROSITY in allowing people another chance
    RESPECT for all, valuing each person, their experience, opinions and choices

  • Aims

    Alabare Christian Care & Support aims to:

    • We aim to ensure that we provide appropriate and quality care to enable the service user to lead a more independent and fulfilling life.
    • To ensure that everyone in need has access to the right support that enables them to find and keep their home.
    • The primary goal of AlabarĂ© is to end homelessness for our service users. We want to ensure that there are appropriate services that actively prevent homelessness. This
    • The provision of formal or informal training to support service users to gain new skills which can help them to become involved in their local community, training or undertake paid or voluntary work
  • Overview

    Established: November 1991

    Registered Charity Number: 1006504

    Board members: 12

    Full time staff: 104

    Part time staff: 174

    Volunteers: 168

    Phone number: 01722 322882

    Address: 33 Brown Street Salisbury SP1 2AS

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