Barons Court Project

Barons Court Project

At a glance


  • Housing and homelessness
  • Mental health
  • Poverty relief

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The Barons Court Project is a drop-in centre funded by Hammersmith & Fulham Council and the NHS. We also receive and rely upon financial support from numerous charitable trusts. The Project is for residents of Hammersmith & Fulham and street homeless people who have a mental illness. The project aims: To maintain and promote the partnership of Barons Court Project with service users To reduce isolation To reduce the risk of people becoming homeless To provide free or subsidized practical services To offer opportunities for self-development and participation To strengthen partnerships between internal and external stakeholders To support people on low incomes who are vulnerable to mental ill health and/or homelessness.


We provide practical services such as showers, laundry, postal address, phone charging and haircuts for our service users who are homeless. We also have a full programme of activities and support for all our Service Users which are educational, skills based and also about increasing quality of life and preventing relapse. Meals are provided to all who want them in the café. Specialist Groups include life-skills sessions, a Women’s peer support group and a Black and Minority Ethnic Group. 1-1 sessions are also available for people who need extra support in areas such as housing, benefits, getting into employment etc.

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