Welcome to Nehemiah

The Charity

Nehemiah has operated throughout lockdown for England, as we have adapted our processes to stay within the rules. We have re-opened our Streatham house and look forward to accepting new Residents in the smart new surroundings.

  • We are still accepting referrals
  • We are still delivering face-to-face interventions on a case-by-case basis
  • We are currently facilitating groups - some in person and socially distanced, some via Zoom

Depending on local infection rates and restrictions, our staff will vary our services to support the safety of everyone at Nehemiah

We know that right now recovery looks and feels different, and our aim is to support our Residents through these challenging times. As such, we are looking forward to receiving your referral.

We provide a home and support for men with a history of addiction to transform their lives. Our programme is abstinence-based and provides structure and a supportive environment where men can address the root causes of their addiction, learning to make informed choices about their lives.

Our Residents invariably report multiple hardships, which often include care, homelessness and prison, becoming marginalised as the result of addiction. The Nehemiah Project has been providing this support for over 20 years in South London, but is open to men from anywhere in the UK - the most important thing is a man's genuine desire to change.

Nehemiah has just published our 2020 Impact report - download here

Job Vacancies

Nehemiah is recruiting - details below

Fundraising and Communications Officer - listed in Charity Job, or download the job ad and full job description

Referrals Assistant - listed in Charity Job

 

We are also looking for Befrienders in our first stage houses - five hours a week in the evening or weekend. For more information please email Paul Da Costa or Dawn Wilson  - this is a paid position

Download a job application form

Stories of Transformation

Carl’s Story

I couldn’t believe it. My daughter contacted me recently. She found me. I asked her, ‘Do you want to get to know me?’ She said, ‘I don’t know, are you someone worth knowing?’ I think that I am now.

Darren’s Story

I’ve graduated now and moved to the second phase ‘Moving On’. The house is very calm and I’ve started a three year plumbing course. I go to college three days a week.

Sam’s Story

This time last year I had nothing, no one, and nowhere to go. Now everything has changed. I have a new hope. I have a future.

Victor’s Story

I hope to start a business, to help people that were in my position, support places like Nehemiah, that supported me when I needed help. The Nehemiah is the only thing that’s worked.

The Nehemiah Project is in partnership with the British Association of the Order of Malta - read more here about our work together

Order of Malta Great Britain