St Petrock's (Exeter) Ltd
Who we are
St Petrock’s is a local charity helping people who are homeless, or inadequately housed, lead more settled and fulfilling lives.
Open-access sessions in our centre provide a range of emergency, support and prevention services for some of the most vulnerable people in the area. These include basic survival services, advice on housing, benefits, health, employment and addiction issues, referrals to accommodation providers and to other services.
Since 2011/12, St Petrock's has seen a 56% increase in the number of visits to our centre. Between 45 - 84 individuals accessed St Petrock's centre each weekday in 2018/19.
Our supported housing services in the community provide emergency and resettlement accommodation for people seeking to make the transition to independent living. We also run a private rental & support (PRS) scheme to help people who are not entitled to statutory housing to access tenancies in the private rented sector, and work closely with tenants and landlords to help ensure tenancies are successfully maintained.
In 2018/19, 47 individuals were accommodated directly through our St Petrock;s supported housing projects.