Our clients are our reason for existing, which is why we place them at the centre of everything we do, from involvement in our Fundraising Forum through to service development and personalised development programmes.
Our main clients include;
Adults between the ages of 16 – 65 who are rough sleeping or considered homeless can access a safe home with Amicus Trust and the support they need to get back on their feet. Many of these individuals have complex needs including mental health issues, drug and alcohol dependency, early life trauma or family breakdown. (Read more about the services available for single homeless >>)
Amicus Trust delivers education and training support to vulnerable adults from the community. Individuals are invited to self-define their vulnerability but will usually have to fall into one of these broad categories; poor educational experience (i.e. fear of learning), mental health difficulties, unemployment, early life trauma, family breakdown, socially exclusion or being at risk of homelessness (Read more about the services available for vulnerable adults >>)
Single homeless veterans
Amicus Trust offers dedicated support to 16 – 65 year old veterans of the British Forces who are homeless or at risk of homelessness. Veterans may or may not face additional challenges such as PTSD, pre-exisitng mental health conditions, drug or alcohol dependency and family breakdown. (Read more about the services available for homeless veterans >>)