Crisis Intervention Service

Delivered by The Marie Trust
Note: this service is only for people who are homeless
  • Crisis support and emergency food

When people enter The Marie Trust, the first person they see is a Crisis Intervention Worker. This person welcome visitors through the door, signposts the most appropriate services and refers those who require immediate intervention for crisis work.

The specialised Housing and Welfare Service will see those in immediate crisis. Depending on the specific needs of the individual, they can provide support in many ways.

Service availability

Monday
10am to 5pm
Tuesday
10am to 5pm
Wednesday
10am to 5pm
Thursday
10am to 5pm
Friday
10am to 5pm

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