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Thames Reach help homeless people to find and sustain a decent home, build supportive relationships and lead fulfilling lives.
Thames Reach was founded in the early 1980's to respond to the problem of people sleeping rough in London. They have grown from a small team of outreach workers to an organisation that runs hostels and supported housing, prevents homelessness, and provides specialist employment and health services.
Despite this growth over the years, the organisation is still rooted in their original vision of ending street homelessness by helping people to find decent homes, build supportive relationships and lead fulfilling lives.
Their core values of never giving up on people and of believing in individuals capacity for change and growth are central to their work and vision.
Staff are characterised by their compassion, integrity, and commitment, and Thames Reach support them to make the best decisions that they can for the people who use their services. Everyone in the organisation has an important contribution to help them fulfil this mission.
Thames Reach want to be a great place to work, they train people to grow and provide transparent and accessible routes into more senior roles including those in management. Their work is important and challenging and can be stressful, but they work hard to support staff and to help them increase their wellbeing.
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