Arch works in North Staffordshire and surrounding areas supporting adults, children, young people, families and professionals on a mission to prevent and tackle domestic abuse, help end homelessness and promote social inclusion.
We connect with people at difficult times in their lives. Our customers often have complex needs, including mental ill-health, poor physical health, substance misuse, offending behaviour or asylum seeker/refugee status. This may be compounded by low confidence, social isolation, poverty and debt, and a lack of practical life-skills.
We respect our customers. We never judge. We value the diversity of our local communities.
A scheme that supports people to live independently in Stoke-on-Trent, is celebrating its 1st birthday. Victoria Place, ran by local charity Arch, is kicking off the celebrations with a BBQ for all their customers. In [...]
We've been chosen as one of Hanley Economic Building Society’s charities of the year. The building society will be supporting the work Arch do to prevent homelessness in North Staffordshire, which includes providing single and shared [...]
Arch, together with Brighter Futures and VOICES, have launched a new project to help tackle homelessness in Stoke-on-Trent. The Housing First project will see homeless people given a home as soon as possible, and then [...]
We have launched a new support service for male victims of domestic abuse. The Sunrise Centre, funded by the Big Lottery, has provided similar support for females who have left an abusive relationship for 5 [...]
Arch's centre for survivors of domestic abuse is celebrating 5 years of supporting people in North Staffordshire by inviting those it has helped to attend a reunion event. The Sunrise Centre is a place where [...]
Her Royal Highness, The Duchess of Cornwall, visited Royal Stoke University Hospital to learn about the vital role our Independent Domestic Violence Advisors (IDVAs) and the health sector plays in tackling domestic abuse. The Duchess [...]