Bishopbridge House is a 30 bed 'direct access' hostel, the only such facility in Norwich.
We do several street outreach sessions each week, either early in the morning or late at night. We engage directly with rough sleepers to inform them of our services and anything else they can access in the Norwich area.
Real people, who have been homeless in Norwich and supported through St Martins, tell their own stories in their own words to young people in Norfolk schools
To follow from the emergency and short term accommodation at our direct access hostel Bishopbridge House, we offer second stage housing at various locations across the city, where residents are able to stay for up to two years and receive varying degrees of support to enable them to further stabilise their lives and, in a majority of cases, move on to their own tenancies.
Our donations project makes the most of generous gifts of items from the public and as a way of providing our clients with volunteering opportunities.