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A Path out of Homelessness – New Belvedere House

In September 2018, the transformed residential facility, owned and operated by Veterans Aid, was officially re-opened by London Mayor Sadiq Khan. Work started on the redevelopment of New Belvedere House in 2015, which was the beginning of a project that would last for four years and cost more than £8.2m.

It is a flagship facility, offering high quality single room accommodation to 66 Veterans.  Since it opened in 1973, New Belvedere House has turned around the lives of more than 1,000 homeless, socially isolated or vulnerable ex-servicemen and set them on the road to sustainable, independent living.

Uniquely it is a facility designed around delivery of a process – the Welfare to Wellbeing pathway that guides Veterans from dependence and social isolation towards empowerment and independence.

Read more about the unique facility here.

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