Our history, mission and purpose

Carecent is an ecumenical centre for all homeless, unemployed or disadvantaged members of our community.

In conjunction with other agencies, it is our aim to seek ways of moving people forward to an improved lifestyle.

In order to achieve this, we provide food, clothing and fellowship in a clean and friendly environment.

Our volunteer staff are always ready to listen and offer help and advice.

Carecent is open to all, regardless of background or gender, six mornings a week - Monday to Saturday from 8.30am to 10.45am.

Welcome to the Carecent website

Open 8.30am - 10.45am Monday to Saturday

Tel: 01904 624244

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CENTRAL METHODIST CHURCH
ST SAVIOURGATE YORK YO1 8NQ

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Carecent Pictures Courtesy The Press, York.

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Website last updated 17/12/201411:59 am

In 2010 a group of students from York St John's University made a short documentary called "Off the Streets" about life being homeless, and how various organisations within the homelessness system in York, including Carecent, have helped and continue to help homeless people.

Carecent volunteers were pleased to be involved with the film, which can be viewed by clicking here:

Off The Street: Homelessness in York

- Part 2 here