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Alabaré run a range of homes, drop in centres and support services dedicated to helping the homeless and vulnerable.

We operate in the south and south west of England, specifically in Wiltshire and Somerset.

Anyone can be be affected by homelessness. Relationship breakdowns, loss of employment and ill health are all common reasons why someone can become homeless, but there are many others.

Locations we operate in

Alabare - 01275 879899

Andrew House, Clevedon, bs21 7ru

Services we Provide


Andrew House is a Supported Housing project in the seaside town of Clevedon, North Somerset for men recovering from drug and alcohol dependency.

It can take up to 11 men, aged between 18 and 60, who have completed a rehabilitation programme but feel they need further support before they move on to independent living.

Each service user has a single room with their own washing facilities, but they share kitchens and large community rooms.

Members of staff offer expertise and support in a number of areas including drug and alcohol work, housing matters, finances and mental health issues and will signpost service users to other appropriate services and agencies.

We also provide service users with basic life skills training where necessary.

What we do

Outcomes for clients:

  1. Maintained abstinence
  2. Budgeting skills
  3. Ability to manage their tenancy and home
  4. Improved social skills for maintaining a healthy support network
  5. Gaining skills for employment and education

Where we do it

Andrew House is based in a the pretty estuary town of Clevedon in North Somerset.

How to access

Self-referrals are accepted or referrals through rehabs and  other agencies are acceptable using the forms in the downloads section. 

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