St Anne's Hostel

St Anne's Hostel

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  • Housing and homelessness

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For over 30 years, we have played a vital role in caring for Birmingham’s homeless, providing a bed, food and support for homeless men aged over 25, a group often overlooked and sidelined. Thanks to the work of our dedicated team and help from supporters, our residents have a place where they can achieve a degree of stability, with many finding new homes and starting new lives.

The hostel has always provided a safe and secure alternative to life on the streets, giving men the opportunity to rebuild their self-confidence and for an increasing number, make permanent changes to their lifestyle.

One of the most important aspects of St Anne’s’ service is that we let residents keep their dogs on site – we are one of only a couple of hostels in the West Midlands that does this.


  • Good quality, 24 hour, direct access accommodation for homeless men over 25 years of age.
  • A safe and secure environment where we can offer a service which meets the immediate welfare needs of our residents
  • A signposting service to agencies appropriate to each resident’s individual needs
  • Encouragement in obtaining and then retaining move-on accommodation
  • A range of welfare services and advice to the homeless in Birmingham

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