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Get help

If you are currently sleeping on the streets of Westminster please contact Streetlink.

By sharing your location and details with Streetlink, this will allow The Passage Community Outreach team, local authorities, and other homelessness organisations to find you and offer support.

If you have received support from The Passage in the past, and need further assistance please contact your key worker or email [email protected]

During the day, you are welcome to visit our Resource Centre. See details below.


Visit our Resource Centre

St Vincent’s Centre, Carlisle Place, London, SW1P 1NL

Monday – Friday | 9am – 12pm and 1pm – 3:30pm

Here you can arrange a time to have a one-to-one chat with our experienced Resettlement Team, to discuss your situation and build a plan of action.

You will also be able to access:

  • Showers, toilets and laundry
  • Breakfast and lunch service
  • Benefits advice
  • Housing advice
  • Mental health support
  • Nurses and GP services
  • Education and employment
  • Welfare rights advice
  • Support groups including art, literacy, emotional wellbeing, addiction management and more.

Finding us

The Passage Resource Centre is close to London Victoria Train Station and Westminster Cathedral.

St Vincent’s Centre, Carlisle Place, London, SW1P 1NL

Carlisle Place is a turning off Victoria Street. If you are walking from London Victoria Station, take the (right) turning immediately after Pret.

Keep an eye out for the large red brick building on the right hand side of the street.

Please enter our Resource Centre via the gate on the corner of King Scholar’s Passage.

No Night Out

It is our mission to prevent street homelessness by intervening quickly before people reach crisis point.

For those at risk of spending their first night on the streets, there is our No Night Out prevention scheme.

We provide emergency accommodation to those at risk of homelessness, whilst we work to find a more sustainable solution suited to each individual.

In the case of an emergency

Please call 999 if you are concerned about your safety, mental health or physical health.

The Passage and Streetlink are not emergency services.