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From our centre and in the community, we provide a range of services to help people re-build their lives and transition to independent living.

“St Petrock’s help people who have become broken.
They help put people back together and if they
can’t do that, then they try their hardest to
Make sure that the breaks don’t get worse.”

Find us in Exeter

Get Directions: 10 Cathedral Yard EX1 1HJ

St Petrock’s Centre opening times

StP’s Centre (Survival services and specialist support):
Monday – Friday, 8.30am – 3pm

Mobile Rough Sleeper Support around the city:
Monday – Friday, 8.30am – 1pm

Worried about a rough sleeper in Exeter?

From our centre and in the community, we provide a range of services to help people re-build their lives and transition to independent living.

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    Originating as a community project providing a humanitarian response to rough sleepers in Exeter, the charity officially opened its doors in December 1994, after being given permission by the Central Parish of Exeter to adapt two thirds of St Petrock’s church for use as a homeless centre.

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    Sadly, homelessness is rising rapidly. Our records show that in Exeter, homelessness has doubled between 2021 and 2022 and it’s set to increase further.

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    Living without the safety and shelter of a home is a deep physical and psychological trauma for each and every person in this situation.

    Title

    Originating as a community project providing a humanitarian response to rough sleepers in Exeter, the charity officially opened its doors in December 1994, after being given permission by the Central Parish of Exeter to adapt two thirds of St Petrock’s church for use as a homeless centre.
    Sadly, homelessness is rising rapidly. Our records show that in Exeter, homelessness has doubled between 2021 and 2022 and it’s set to increase further.
    Living without the safety and shelter of a home is a deep physical and psychological trauma for each and every person in this situation.

    Title

    Originating as a community project providing a humanitarian response to rough sleepers in Exeter, the charity officially opened its doors in December 1994, after being given permission by the Central Parish of Exeter to adapt two thirds of St Petrock’s church for use as a homeless centre.
    Sadly, homelessness is rising rapidly. Our records show that in Exeter, homelessness has doubled between 2021 and 2022 and it’s set to increase further.
    Living without the safety and shelter of a home is a deep physical and psychological trauma for each and every person in this situation.