Contact Us

Address:

Caritas Anchor House
81 Barking Road
Canning Town
London
E16 4HB

Telephone: 020 7476 6062
Fax: 020 7055 6821

Email: [email protected]

 

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Nearest Underground Station: Either take the Jubilee Line  or the Docklands Light Railway and get off at Canning Town station.

Nearest Bus Stop: Get off the bus at Canning Town Bus Station.

From the underground or bus stop, cross over to the Barking Road. We are the tall blue and white building on the left hand side on Barking Road number 81. It has the name Anchor House written in blue above the entrance!

 

Parking Facilities:

There are usually parking spaces available in the street directly behind Caritas Anchor House or the adjacent areas. There is no charge for this.

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Latest News

A Changing Environment

Friday, October 17th, 2014

As we finish the second quarter of this year, Caritas Anchor House continues to adjust to the ever changing environment in the homeless sector.

We have moved a long way in reviewing our working practices and received a very positive inspection report from London Borough of Newham which recognised both our high levels of performance and our culture and ethos in turning the lives of our service users around.

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Paxman challenges perceptions on World Homeless Day

Friday, October 10th, 2014

Jeremy Paxman has praised an East London charity’s work to provide a sustainable path out of homelessness as “the only answer to a worldwide problem”.

The comment was made at a reception to mark World Homeless Day at the House of Lords, put on by homeless charity Caritas Anchor House and sponsored by Foehn.

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Stoptober: The 28 Day Challenge

Friday, October 3rd, 2014

This year’s Stoptober campaign launched on Wednesday 1st October, with over 200,000 people already signed up to take part.

Organised by the NHS, Stoptober challenges people to go smoke-free for 28 days – after which they’re five times more likely to stop smoking for good. The benefits of quitting range from reduced risk of illnesses such as lung cancer, coronary heart disease and stroke, to improvements in sense of taste and smell.

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