SJOG supports people who are homeless by offering accommodation to provide a place of safety, warmth and hospitality, together with specialist support to help people begin to rebuild their lives, learn new skills and with the aim to move on to lead fulfilling lives. We deliver services in a way that makes people feel valued, always trying to hear their voice, and supporting people to regain self-worth and resilience.
Working in partnership with a number of organisations addressing health, education, training and support services, we support migrants, street homeless men and women, TB patients and homeless people on discharge from hospitals, all deemed vulnerable due to a range of factors which may also include substance misuse and poor mental and/or physical health.
Olallo House, London
Our flagship service in central London offers accommodation and specialist support to street homeless men and women, and provides a model of care where people can continue medical treatment on discharge from hospital, supported by a breadth of healthcare professionals and experts.