The government has reiterated its commitment to helping rough sleepers stay off the streets for good through a joined-up approach, working with local partners and treating the underlying causes of rough sleeping. Caridon Foundation welcomes the plans set out this week by Housing Secretary Robert
After a week of raising awareness for mental health and the importance of access to the right support, we are extremely proud of the Caridon Foundation Eagles, our very own adult mental health football team. After many months away from the pitch due to the
Having a safe stable environment to live is one of the most important foundations to life, which cannot be overstated, and is why homelessness, or the risk of it, is so often linked to issues with mental health. But it also works the other way
Caridon Foundation would like to say a huge thank you to Croydon Council, the Ministry of Defence and FareShare for donating food ration packs to us. These are now being distributed to those most indeed. FareShare is a national organisation that is fighting hunger and
It’s April, Spring and sprung and we are extremely happy to announce that Caridon Foundation Football Club is back! See here for details on how you can join today.
This month the Chancellor announced his Spring Budget, and despite promises to continue supporting those impacted by the pandemic, there was no sign of support for tenants to help them to clear mounting rent arrears and prevent evictions. Rishi Sunak spoken of turning “generation rent
The pandemic is having catastrophic consequences on millions of people’s lives, and with the third national lockdown coinciding with January blues, Caridon Foundation is extremely concerned about the impact on people’s mental health. More than 80% of Caridon Foundation referrals have complex mental health needs, so we
After fleeing an African country and arriving in the UK, Barbara had no status in the country and no recourse to Public Funds, she was taken into the care of the Red Cross. She had nowhere to live, was unable to find work and not
Once again, due to a rise in Covid-19 cases, National restrictions began in England on 5 November. We know that this has left many of our residents feeling anxious and we wanted to reassure you that we are here to provide you with whatever support
Caridon Foundation Eagles, an adult mental health football team in Croydon, set up by Caridon Foundation and run by Palace for Life Foundation, hosted and won a five-a-side football tournament on 9th October at Selhurst Sports Arena to raise awareness of World Mental Health Day.