London’s first dedicated detox unit for homeless people set to open

Service, led by Public Health England London, was set up in partnership with the Greater London Authority, Guy's and St Thomas' NHS Foundation Trust, borough councils and the City of London Corporation Read more

Care leavers and homeless people could receive extra housing support

Thousands of vulnerable people, including care leavers, will get more cash to pay their rent, thanks to changes to housing benefits Read more

Almost 1,000,000 fear losing their homes as eviction ban ends

A ban on bailiff-enforced evictions designed to cut families some slack during the coronavirus pandemic has come to an end as of today Read more

Homelessness in London set to rise to highest-ever level by Christmas, say councils

Homelessness in London is expected to reach its highest-ever levels by Christmas, boroughs are warning Read more

Marylebone Music Festival celebrates historic style of the pleasure gardens with world class musical talent

The Annual Marylebone Music Festival, in aid of the West London Mission, is back in its sixth year, bringing local communities together safely to celebrate through music Read more

Take part in the Royal Parks Half Marathon for WLM this year!

Are you interested in running a half marathon and raising vital funds for WLM? Now is your chance! Read more

Government commits £203million to get rough sleepers off the street

The Government said the new money will be used by councils, charities and other local groups to fund up to 14,500 beds and 2,700 support staff Read more

Coffee machine supplier helps homelessness enterprise

Commercial coffee machine supplier Liquidline has partnered with Change Please, a social enterprise that helps lift people out of homelessness Read more

Over 3,000 people rough sleeping in London during third national lockdown

New figures from the Combined Homelessness and Information Network (CHAIN) reveal that from January to March 2021, 3,002 people slept rough across London Read more

98-year-old woman takes on Captain Tom-style cycle challenge for homelessness

Diana O’Flynn is cycling on an exercise bike in her front room in honour of her great grandmother Katherine Price Hughes who launched homelessness charity West London Mission in 1887 Read more

City of London aims to deliver at least 1,500 homes using empty office space

The City of London has set a target to deliver at least 1,500 homes over the next decade as part of its post-pandemic plan to use vacant office space Read more