FAQs

Frequently Asked Questions

Who is the Merton Homeless Drop-In for?
The Drop-In provides support for homeless and vulnerably housed people. See What we Do.

What services do you offer?
We offer a warm welcome on Wednesdays and Fridays, 10am-3pm. There are meals, support, advice and help with moving on 
for the homeless and vulnerably housed. See What we Do.

Do you provide accommodation?
Sorry, we do not provide accommodation. We can offer help and advice about how to find suitable accommodation. Please visit the Drop-In for advice. See Contact Us. Meanwhile, here are some organisations who may be able to help.

– The SPEAR Housing Association Outreach Team attend the Homeless Drop-In every week, and can advise on referrals to SPEAR hostels.
Streetlink will engage with rough sleepers to support them into housing (via SPEAR in our area)
– The Drop-In can support local homeless people in their housing application to the London Borough of Merton
– Between late November and February the Drop-In can arrange a referral / interview for the Merton Winter Night Shelter.

I’ve got some donations – how can I get them to you?
We welcome suitable donations. See the Donate page. Download the list of what we currently need for our service users.
>> FiA useful donations.
Please bring donations to the Homeless Drop-In at the Salvation Army hall, 109 Kingston Road, SW19 1LT, Wednesdays and Fridays 10am–3pm.  See Contact Us.

I’d like to donate some clothes – would this be helpful and what should I do?
See the Donate page and the list of what we currently need for our service users.
>> FiA useful donations.

Could you provide a speaker to talk about your work?
Please contact Andy, the Homeless Drop-In Manager, to discuss what you want and what we can offer. See Contact Us.