The accommodation is made up of 64 single en-suite rooms, five one bedroom flats and five studio flats.
Support is provided through the client's named key worker. William Booth Centre is currently contracted by Birmingham City Council to provide first stage accommodation and support for three months. This means people are supported who have just become homeless and those who would otherwise be sleeping on the streets.
During their time with us, we work with clients to identify their particular needs and aspirations and begin to provide support or link them with other agencies before they move onto other accommodation.
We work with Crisis, Employment Plus Local, Business in the Community, Cocaine Anonymous and many others to help our clients make sustainable change in their lives. We believe in people and transforming the lives of the most vulnerable and marginalised people in Birmingham.