We house people aged between 16-65 years every night.
Supporting Females with Complex Needs
Helping those at risk within society


It’s Time For Change

At Mary Seacole Housing Association, we provide supported accommodation to single homeless people in Luton, Bedfordshire, and help them to move on and live more rewarding, independent lives.

Our support is available to single homeless people aged between 16 and 65, as well as females with complex needs and those at risk within society.



Daniel's Story

In memory of Daniel Reddy (1999-2019), Mary Seacole will continue to support the understanding of mental health by abolishing the stigma that surrounds it. If you want to help raise funds to support this endeavour. 
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Our Stories

Mary’s Story

My name is Mary Jones. I was homeless, just coming out of the hospital, and when I was in SOS they told me about a place called Mary Seacole. It was August 2014. I went for an interview then the next day I moved into a Mary Seacole house. I was sad and alone with… Read more »

Mr M’s Story

My name is Mr M. I want to share my story with you. I grew up in Iran. My family background was affluent, my family had money; I always referred to myself as a Prince. I never wanted for anything. I had everything I ever wanted. But something about me was different. Growing up I… Read more »

Hayley’s Story

I was born In Essex and met my ex-partner and moved to London around 5 years ago. My life was going just as any one would expect. I went on to have 3 children, then one of my children passed away. This is when my journey went from good to a really difficult. I was… Read more »