Oxfordshire Homeless Pathways (OxHop) http://www.oxhop.org.uk/, which works alongside other organisations to provide life-changing services for homeless people in Oxfordshire. OxHop’s aim is to provide swift, effective, creative and lasting responses to transform the lives of people who find themselves homeless. The charity manages two refuges, enabling homeless people to find and sustain stable housing. It also manages the Oxford Homeless Medical Fund, which raises funds to support welfare and medical services for homeless people in Oxford, and oversees the financial management of Oxford Cooperative Training Scheme, which provides low-cost training for frontline staff working with vulnerable adults.
The Abingdon Bridge (https://www.theabingdonbridge.org.uk/), which supports young people aged 13-25 with issues such as drug and alcohol addiction, diet and lifestyle, anxiety and stress, family issues, mental health and self-harming. The organisation aims to provide them with the knowledge and skills they need to realise their potential, and it does this through community based outreach projects and delivering issue-based advice and guidance through workshops, group work and 1:1 sessions.