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The Nehemiah Project

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The Nehemiah Project transforms the lives of vulnerable men with a history of addiction who live in our homes, rebuilding their lives. All our residents have experienced drug or alcohol addiction, but most also come to us through homelessness, with mental health issues, or are ex-offenders.

We believe that we have a unique ethos which offers men a safe and non-judgemental place to change their lives. Residents, with the support of our trained and qualified staff, work  hard to rebuild their lives - we would like to ask your for help in supporting them.

Men who come to us for help are some of the most vulnerable and disadvantaged people in society - they need a home, support and friendship to help them recover a sense of personal worth. This process takes time, and Residents normally stay with us for between nine months and two years before they are ready for independent living.

Our Supported Housing Programme helps our Residents address their addictions, learn about self-care, life skills and motivation, how to improve their mental and physical health, how to manage money, about building relationships, and ultimately we help them gain employment and start to rebuild their lives.

We work with around 30 vulnerable men annually in South London, watching them recover their lives through our support and their determination. This is a journey we would be honoured if you would share  -  will you help us, to help them? If you would like to know more about how we work, do please get in touch or come and see us for yourself. 

Charity No: 1058536

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