If you are homeless, we can help

PLEASE BE AWARE THAT THE TELEPHONES CANNOT BE MONITORED WHILST ESSENTIAL BUILDING WORK IS CONTINUING, EXCEPT FOR THE DAY CENTRE 01905 25027 OPTION 1 ONLY.  Please make contact about our other services via email efay@maggsdaycentre.co.uk (Clothing Outreach/Navigation) mlata@maggsdaycentre.co.uk (volunteering).  

If you or someone you know is homeless, Maggs Day Centre offers a safe, warm and welcoming environment.

  • We provide hot drinks and breakfast.
  • We have showers and can give you a clean, dry change of clothes.
  • We provide individually tailored support

How to find Maggs Day Centre

Worcester

Maggs Day Centre is in Worcester on Deansway, in front of the Heart of Worcestershire College and opposite the old fire station.

Here are maps and current opening times. Due to the coronovirus you can either make an appointment on 01905 25027 or come to the day centre, but if the centre has reached its “social distancing” limit you may be asked to come back at a pre-booked time.  No one will be turned away in an emergency.

Malvern

Maggs Day Centre Malvern is located in the Salvation Army building on Newtown Road. We are open on Tuesdays and Thursdays.

Connect a homeless person with local support and services

If you’re concerned about someone sleeping rough (anywhere in England), you can get in touch with StreetLink so that they can connect them to local support and services: www.streetlink.org.uk or email Claire Hooper on the outreach team at mailto:chooper@maggsdaycentre.co.uk

Maggs supports the countywide homeless reduction initiative

We agree to cooperate with the local authority and other organisations to reduce homelessness by committing to:

  1. Preventing a local person from becoming homeless in their area
  2. Develop joint working procedures to prevent homelessness
  3. Work with other organisations to support the homeless person with all their needs, not just housing
  4. Promote the local authority housing options