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Urban Outreach (Bolton) is a registered Christian Charity, established in 1990 to work with disadvantaged and vulnerable individuals in the town of Bolton, Greater Manchester. Our staff and volunteers are motivated to "bind up the broken-hearted and set the captives free".

Our purpose is to meet the needs of the whole person, in partnership with local churches, the voluntary and statutory sectors, businesses and individuals. We provide practical support to families who have multiple problems. We provide innovative solutions in support, re-housing & resettlement of both male and female offenders. We advocate, provide mediation and support women who want to exit prostitution. We support children and young people who have been reported missing from home in Bolton, and their families. We deliver peer mentoring for young people in schools. We find and help sustain accommodation for roofless and homeless people. We provide food parcels for people experiencing temporary financial hardship.

We are recruiting!

We are looking for a Family First Project Worker who will undertake whole family assessments, work together with families and other agencies to create action plans, and help the families implement these action plans to create positive outcomes. Closing date 18th September. More details here.
Our Projects
Street life works with rough sleepers and other homeless people to help them access suitable accommodation. The project also provides ongoing support for clients enabling them...
Storehouse  - Bolton's food bank project
Eve’s Space started in 2010. It is a partnership between Urban Outreach, Bolton Council BeSafe, and Greater Manchester Probation Trust. Eve’s Space provides support for women offenders or those at risk of offending.
OARS (Offender Accommodation, Resettlement and Support) works with male offenders from Bolton who are released from Forest Bank Prison facing potential homelessness.
Reach Out offers practical and emotional support, information and guidance to women who are involved in sex work within Bolton. Our project supports women by visiting them on a regular basis, assisting them with self care, accommodation support, legal issues, training and employment. We support women to exit sex work and to make positive decisions about their lifestyle.
RUNA (pronounced "runner") works with children and young people who have been reported missing from home. RUNA  works in partnership with Greater Manchester Police, Bolton Council and local schools.The RUNA project provides contact with every child who is reported missing...
Winter Watch provides homeless and roofless people with company, food, clothing, showers, health and housing information, and sessions by hairdressers and chiropodists. The project...
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