What Do We Do?




Helping those in their hour of need.

BOSH provides an outreach service providing, not only the basic necessities for survival on the streets, but anything we reasonably can to make our street friends' lives more comfortable, whilst they are waiting for accommodation.  We also provide advocacy, advice, one to one support and help settling in to a new home and maintaining a tenancy.


Individual support for individuals.

Advocacy involves individually tailored support to people who fear being treated with a lack of dignity and respect, and who feel disempowerment over choices and decision making.


Support is available to accompany people to appointments, assist with housing applications, benefits, registering with a GP, dentist, accessing other services.  We also provide talking therapies and floating support.


Service user inclusion is vital to the development and continued growth of our project.  We have regular meetings to find out how we can improve our services.


A safe space.

The Hub will be a central point for services, breakfast will be provided daily.  The hub will then remain open throughout the day for one to one advocacy and support appointments, benefits drop in, housing, art classes, life skill classes, computer access, lockers for rough sleepers, laundry service, clothing, toiletries, partner agencies will have access to an office for appointments with clients.