Young people given a home

Before coming to the Cardinal Hume Centre, many young people are frightened and alone. They have often fled violent and abusive homes and been forced to live on the streets.

Assisted by Westminster City Council the Cardinal Hume Centre provides 32 bedrooms for homeless young people.

The Centre is not just a place to stay. It is a place where young people are encouraged to develop their true potential. Knowing they are safe, that they don’t have to worry about where they will be sleeping each night, means that they can start to think about their future. With one-to-one career guidance, lifeskills classes, and lots of one-to-one support, they slowly begin to realise their talents, and start putting the steps in place needed to build a brighter future.