Amicus Trust are piloting an accommodation project for a homeless veteran and their family in Bedford. The house is available for veterans from anywhere in the UK. Read more
Amicus Trust provides support and accommodation for homeless individuals in Bedfordshire, Northamptonshire, Buckinghamshire, Cambridgeshire and Leicester. Read more
Amicus Trust can provide mental health support and signposting to homeless individuals. Read more
Amicus Trust provide homeless veterans (16 - 65 years) with accommodation and support. Read more
Providing individuals with complex needs with somewhere safe to live and the support to achieve a future free from homelessness.
Amicus Trust provides support and accommodation for homeless individuals in Bedfordshire, Northamptonshire, Buckinghamshire, Cambridgeshire and Leicester.
Providing education, employment and basic skills support for homeless adults in Bedfordshire
Amicus Trust's dedicated veteran horticulture project in Buckinghamshire teaches new skills, improves mental well-being and reduces isolation.
Staff at the St Neots projects have supported Service Users
with their plans to launch a Summer Walking Group.
individuals provided with accommodation
individuals accessed one-to-one mental health support
individuals moved on to independent living
After the death of her husband, S found it difficult to deal
with the loss and grief, and to make things worse developed breast cancer and faced growing debt. Read more
In 15 years when my son has carved a career in the security business he will never forget Stepping Stones. Read more
With thanks to Amicus Trust, after I moved out of home I moved into the supported accommodation and built my confidence Read more
Amicus Trust were joined by HM Lord Lieutenant of Buckinghamshire Sir Henry Aubrey Fletcher and the Earl and Countess of Buckinghamshire to celebrate the launch of new veteran project. Read more
Amicus joins forces with ABF The Soldiers Charity to support veterans with mental health issues Read more
Support has been more critical than ever during the pandemic. Read more