All People All Places:
All People All Places (APAP) is a registered charity, established in 2010. It was set up to provide accommodation and support to people facing homelessness in the London Boroughs of Haringey and Enfield. APAP is a Christian charity, but we work with people of all faiths and of no faith.
We believe that nobody should face sleeping on the street. Homeless people often face multiple personal, social and economic disadvantages, which need to be overcome before they can maintain accommodation and play a full part in society. To this end, we provide short-term accommodation to help people off the street, alongside compassionate, non-judgmental advice and support to help our guests rebuild their lives.
APAP’s central aim is to break cycles of poverty and homelessness. The charity provides emergency accommodation alongside casework to support people into longer-term accommodation, as well as addressing wider issues such as accessing help with benefits, mental and physical health, drug/alcohol issues, debt, and employment. We aim to tackle homelessness in three ways:
- By providing immediate shelter to people facing street homeless.
- Supporting people out of homelessness through the provision of specialist housing advice and advocacy.
- Preventing people from becoming homeless in the future by offering holistic support to address wider issues and causes of homelessness.
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