Supported accommodation for men aged over 25 who are homeless 

We are redeveloping our website, and will soon be able to provide more details about Hope House, our staff team and the work we do. 

In the meantime, see below for more information, including how to contact us and how to apply to become a resident.

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Supported accommodation

The premises is a registered HMO (house of multiple occupation), with single-room accommodation for up to 15 men.

It occupies two large adjoining buildings in Kirkley, Lowestoft, on a road overlooking the seafront.

Hope House is about a 15-minute walk from the town centre, and is close to local shops, cafes, parks and bus routes to and from town.

The house is drug and alcohol free. Residents are regularly tested to make sure they comply with this rule. 

The staff team

The staff team includes house manager Ricky Bolden, activities coordinator Stuart Simpson, administrator Joanne Allington and night support worker Darryl Cook. 

Our work is inspired by our Christian values, of serving vulnerable people with kindness and compassion.

Hope House

Hope House is run by Adam Outreach Project, to provide a safe environment for men who are homeless, or threatened with homelessness.

The reasons for homelessness can include financial difficulties, relationship breakdown, decline in mental health, release from prison, or after recovery from drug and alcohol addiction. 

We work with residents to access the external support services they need to help them move on with their life.

Become a resident

To apply to become a resident, please click on either of the buttons below to download the application form

Please return the completed form as an email attachment to [email protected] adamoutreachproject.org.uk

Contact us

Phone 01502 560956

Mobile 07407 277192

Email [email protected] adamoutreachproject.org.uk

Letter Adam Outreach Project, 29-30 Kirkley Cliff Road, Lowestoft, Suffolk NR33 0DB

Find us

By car: if are using a satnav, please enter the postcode NR33 0DB. There is limited parking outside the house, but public car parks nearby (for which there will be a charge).

By bus: from Lowestoft town centre, the X2, X22 (or X21 after 6pm), 103 and 99 bus services stop across the road from Hope House. For details of times, please see the bus services’ websites;

– First Buses (for the X2, X21, X22 and 99): https://www.firstgroup.com/norfolk-suffolk.

– Border Bus company (for the 103): https://www.border-bus.co.uk.

By train: services run to Lowestoft from Norwich and Ipswich. For more details, please click on the following link to the Greater Anglia website; https://www.greateranglia.co.uk.

Walking: Hope House is almost directly opposite the Hotel Victoria, and about a mile from the centre of Lowestoft.

Hope House

Hope House Lowestoft is run by Adam Outreach Project, to provide a safe environment for men who are homeless, or threatened with homelessness.

The reasons for homelessness can include financial difficulties, relationship breakdown, decline in mental health, release from prison, or after recovery from drug and alcohol addiction. 

We work with residents to access the external support services they need to help them move on with their life.

Become a resident

To apply to become a resident, please click on either of the buttons below to download the application form

Please return the completed form as an email attachment to [email protected] adamoutreachproject.org.uk

Supported accommodation

The premises is a registered HMO (house of multiple occupation), with single-room accommodation for up to 15 men.

It occupies two large adjoining buildings in Kirkley, Lowestoft, on a road overlooking the seafront.

Hope House is about a 15-minute walk from the town centre, and is close to local shops, cafes, parks and bus routes to and from town.

The house is drug and alcohol free. Residents are regularly tested to make sure they comply with this rule. 

The staff team

The staff team includes house manager Ricky Bolden, activities coordinator Stuart Simpson, administrator Joanne Allington and night support worker Darryl Cook. 

Our work is inspired by our Christian values, of serving vulnerable people with kindness and compassion.

Contact us

Phone 01502 560956

Mobile 07407 277192

Email [email protected] adamoutreachproject.org.uk

Letter Adam Outreach Project, 29-30 Kirkley Cliff Road, Lowestoft, Suffolk NR33 0DB

Find us

By car: if are using a satnav, please enter the postcode NR33 0DB. There is limited parking outside the house, but public car parks nearby (for which there will be a charge).

By bus: from Lowestoft town centre, the X2, X22 (or X21 after 6pm), 103 and 99 bus services stop across the road from Hope House. For details of times, please see the bus services’ websites;

– First Buses (for the X2, X21, X22 and 99): https://www.firstgroup.com/norfolk-suffolk.

– Border Bus company (for the 103): https://www.border-bus.co.uk.

By train: services run to Lowestoft from Norwich and Ipswich. For more details, please click on the following link to the Greater Anglia website; https://www.greateranglia.co.uk.

Walking: Hope House is almost directly opposite the Hotel Victoria, and about a mile from the centre of Lowestoft.

Adam Outreach Project is a registered charitable company

Registered office

The A1 Lifestyle Village, Great North Road, Little Paxton, St Neots, Cambridgeshire PE19 6EN

Company number 05826799

Charity number 1117871

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