Oxford Homeless Pathways (OxHoP) provides a range of services for homeless and recently homeless people aged 22+. We help people tackle the issues that have led them to become homeless and to build confidence, develop new skills and put in place plans to change their lives.
We manage O'Hanlon House and Julian Housing, enabling homeless people to find and sustain stable housing by providing a broad range of services.
We also manage Oxford Homeless Medical Fund, which raises funds to support welfare and medical services for homeless people in Oxford.
And we oversee the financial management of Oxford Cooperative Training Scheme, which provides low-cost training for frontline staff working with vulnerable adults.
O'Hanlon House is a 56-bed hostel in the city centre providing emergency accommodation and day services for people who have been sleeping rough in Oxfordshire. It also is the hub for No Second Night Out, the entry point for rough sleepers into homelessness services.
Julian Housing has 100 units of varied supported accommodation for formerly homeless people, located across Oxford city and Abingdon.
Oxford Homeless Medical Fund
Oxford Homeless Medical Fund raises donations to support welfare, educational and medical services for homeless people in Oxford, and also runs the PATHS volunteering service to help clients attend health care and other vital appointments. The service is based in Luther Street Medical Centre, which OHMF founded.