In 1980, at the suggestion of Cardinal Hume, the Daughters of Charity opened a day centre – now the Resource Centre – with a single paid employee and a handful of volunteers.
Now the UK’s largest centre for homeless and insecurely housed people, The Passage not only offers immediate help and longer-term support, but also provides and develops a wide range of value-led support services, including innovative accommodation projects.
We welcome and treat clients with respect and dignity, and find out what they need and want. We offer professional and appropriate advice and help according to the client’s needs and aspirations. We agree an action plan with clients which is time limited with the aim of supporting clients out of homelessness.