Emmaus supports people to work their way out of homelessness.
Emmaus provides a home and meaningful work for as long as someone needs it.
Emmaus Medway has sadly had to close its doors after 10 years of supporting homeless and socially excluded people.
This is due to the lease on the community home coming to an end and no suitable alternative being identified.
Since it opened, Emmaus Medway has supported around 600 people to overcome homeless.
Companions who were living at Emmaus Medway when it closed have been supported to move to new local accommodation, or to relocate to another Emmaus community in the UK.
Trustees, staff and companions would like to thank everyone who has supported Emmaus Medway.