Welcome to Nehemiah

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. Read our Impact Report or our latest newsletter - the winter version is here, printed by a former Resident who has set up his own printing company.

We are recruiting - details here

Our vision

The Nehemiah Project is a Centre of excellence for rehabilitating men from addiction and crime, through the transformation of their lives, to become fulfilled, valuable members of the Community.

Our Mission

The Nehemiah Project will:

  • enable vulnerable men to break free from addiction and crime and help them rebuild their lives
  • offer men inside and beyond the prison walls the resources they need to enable them to set new goals and give them hope for the future
  • assist their reintegration into the community through rehabilitation programmes, including the provision of Supported Housing

Want to join us?

If you, or someone you know, would like to take our Supported Housing Programme please call 020 8773 7417, email referrals@tnp.org.uk or find out more on our referrals page.

New house in Croydon

Nehemiah is opening a new first-stage house in Croydon, supported by our partners in prison ministry, The British Association of the Sovereign Military Order of Malta

 

Photos of the new house, which has six bedrooms, are shared on Instagram the_nehemiah-project

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