To improve the lives and promote positive, long-term changes for people affected by homelessness and social isolation in Hampshire.
Trinity Winchester is proud to be an organisation devoted to helping people in our community. We work with people who are homeless and vulnerably housed in Hampshire through our drop-in day service and Women’s Service.
Our aim is to promote positive fulfilling lifestyles, emotional wellbeing and long-term changes for those experiencing the effects of homelessness, substance misuse, mental ill-health, poverty, domestic violence, unemployment and social isolation.
We support service users to identify and take positive steps towards change as individuals and as part of the wider community. This is achieved by working with service users to deliver tailored interventions through our drop-in, learning, healthcare, floating support and outreach services.
Trinity Winchester works closely alongside other local organisations and services, including the Winchester Churches NightShelter, (a separate charity which provides overnight accommodation for people who are homeless in Winchester) to provide help and support to people in Hampshire who are homeless or vulnerably housed and we are thankful for the backing of our many supporters without whose ongoing help none of what we do would be possible.
Trinity Winchester is governed by a Board of Trustees and is supported by the Director of Strategy and Fundraising, staff and a team of volunteers. View our Governance team here.
For a more thorough explanation of what Trinity does have a look at the Annual Review 2011-2012.Website hosted by Memset.