Clients

Our drop-in centre supports more than 70 people a day, many with multiple problems who struggle to access other services.

Many are homeless, threatened with eviction, unemployed and with histories of mental illness, alcohol or drug misuse.

We work with many people who find it difficult to access mainstream services including people from black and ethnic minorities, ex-servicemen, ex-offenders, prisoners on license, refugees and asylum seekers.

All are individuals with their own unique story and needs.

Our services provide opportunities for development - helping people rebuild their lives in ways that works for them. We also hold members' monthly meetings, chaired by clients

Robert's story

"I found the centre warm and welcoming."

Melvyn's story

"I lost my job when the company I worked for went bust."

Brittany's story

"Deptford Reach is an absolutely amazing place."

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We work with many people who find it difficult to access mainstream services