Are you at risk of homelessness?

Are you at risk of homelessness?

Supporting people experiencing homelessness since 1993

We believe that everyone has the right to live in a decent, suitable and affordable home.

Everyone should have access to services that support and enable them to live independently. We help people in across West Norfolk with housing, wellbeing and support needs through our services in King’s Lynn.

Our goal is to help give people a pathway to a brighter future.

Our Services in King’s Lynn

clients at a workshop
Health & Wellbeing Centre
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Purfleet Pathways
purfleet pantry volunteer stocking shelves
Purfleet Pantry
new home
Training Houses

Our Services in King’s Lynn

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Do you know someone rough sleeping? Contact StreetLink

Changing lives

We show people that there is a path to a more promising future – for themselves and their loved ones – and assist them through guidance, support, training, and showing that we care.

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30 Years of Purfleet!

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Our Impact in King’s Lynn in 2023

People supported last year.
1-to-1 sessions last year.
Rooms in our Training Houses.
86% of clients report improved mental health.
Skills and wellbeing workshops.
Meals provided last year.

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Tell Us About A Rough Sleeper

What Is Street Link?

Street Link are funded by the Government as part of its commitment to end rough sleeping. Their aim is to offer the public a means to act when they see someone sleeping rough, and provide the first step someone can take to ensure people sleeping rough are connected to the local services and support available to them.

How Can You Get Involved?

Where Does Your Money Go?

Purfleet Trust’s Health & Wellbeing Centre in King’s Lynn provides access to showers and laundry facilities, hot food, telephone and internet access and access to housing advice, advocacy and education & training. We have a supported volunteering programme and access to specialist support services including mental health, drug and alcohol and employment services.

Who we work with

We are proud to be working collaboratively in West Norfolk with a range of local specialist support agencies and local businesses who enable us to provide a comprehensive range of services to people who are experiencing homelessness and vulnerable people with complex needs.