Breakfast Provision for those Sleeping Rough - Monday and Friday
Specifically for those who have slept rough on the streets that night or who are in crisis not only join us for food but specialised support. With regular visits from drug and alcohol team key workers, a dedicated nurse, community psychiatric nurse and housing support workers it is about a lot more than breakfast. It is an important gateway for accessing hostel spaces and supported accommodation in the city from the streets. The open access welcome environment, that has been a trademark reputation at Zac’s Place, makes it an environment where vulnerable people not only feel safe, but also supported and loved. On a typical morning we would see up to 25 people each morning for breakfast, apx 250 days per year.
SA1 4DQ Swansea, United Kingdom