If you have become homeless and have no money, friends and family support or a bed for the night, organisations are available who will try their best to help you today and in the future.
If you are at risk of becoming homeless for financial or personal reasons, there are a number of ways to seek support.
Poor quality housing & Landlords
Preston City Council can help with a range of house related issues, from advice on landlords, affordable housing to homeless help.
Need furniture and household items
Millions of household items are sent to landfill every year, find out where you can pick up free or low cost second hand furniture and household items.
No money for food?
Mondays and Thursdays 10am – 2pm
Mill Bank Court, Edmund Street, Preston, PR1 1ED
This Community Cafe provides free tea and coffee and an all day breakfast. Prices range from 55p to £1.50.
Wednesday 6.30pm – 8pm
St Wilfrid’s Church, Preston, PR1 8BU
Run by Metanoia Project, this session provides clothes, sleeping bags, toiletries as well as a warm welcome, a cup of tea and a chance to have a chat.
This session is still running through the current COVID-19 pandemic but with social distancing in place. Tea and coffee are still offered to take away.
Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday – 9.30am – 2.30pm
The Foxton Centre, Avenham.
This Community Cafe and Breakfast Club offer free tea and coffee and hot meals for £1 and 50p for sandwiches.
St Wilfrid’s Parish Centre, Preston, PR1 8BU
This service is Run by Luv Preston soup kitchen.
This Tuesday service is suspended due to the current COVID-19 pandemic.
The Metanoia Project team are offering some takeaway snacks and hot drinks from the church at the same time instead.
Monday, Wednesday and Friday nights from 8.30pm
The Street Kitchen at Preston’s Outdoor Market
Run by IHSAN provide free hot meals, refreshments and tea and coffee.