The Passage exists to provide homeless people with the tools and support they need to transform their own lives.

As London’s largest voluntary sector resource centre for homeless and vulnerable people, The Passage works to encourage, inspire and challenge up to 200 homeless people each day.

It does this by:

  • Making contact with people sleeping rough on the street through their eight-strong team of Outreach Workers.
  • Operating a Resource Centre - the UK’s largest centre for homeless people.
  • Offering accommodation at Passage House, a 40 bed direct access hostel, and at Montfort House, 16 studio flats and providing support workers on site for 16 of Westminster's longest-term rough sleepers

Of those seen sleeping rough by our outreach team, 75% were not rough sleeping rough three months later. Last year 60 homeless people were helped into employment by the charity's employment, training and welfare rights team

Did you know...

1,906 individuals were helped by The Passage's Resource Centre last year? And the charity's hospital discharge team found accommodation for 161 patients who would otherwise have been homeless on discharge.

What makes The Passage different

94p in every £1 is spent on front line services, and The Passage works in an area with one of the highest incidences of people sleeping rough.

Other ways to support

You could support Passage by joining their 400 volunteers.


St Vincent's Centre, Carlisle Place


Contact Number

020 7592 1855