Ashford Place provides practical solutions for people experiencing homelessness or suffering alcohol and substance abuse, while facilitating ground-breaking support to those struggling with mental health, dementia, and age-related issues.

Its work emphasises the need to prevent and end isolation through inclusion in the community, having a decent home, keeping healthy, undertaking employment or meaningful activity, and having a strong community spirit that works for everyone and is sustainable now and in the future.

If you would like to find out more about Ashford Place or get involved in the Generations of Learning project, please contact us below: