Father Hudson's Care supports people in need across Warwickshire, Staffordshire, Worcestershire, Oxfordshire and the West Midlands County, helping them to improve their lives.  Father Hudson's Care transforms the lives of people at their time of need.  

Children and young people find a listening ear and a helping hand in our Family Support Workers, or a loving home through our New Routes fostering service.  

Adults affected by a childhood separation from their family of origin find support and answers through our Origins Service.  

People with disabilities, Sensory Impairments or learning difficulties find the care  understanding and support they need to live life to the fullest at St Vincent's apartments, in the community, and in St Catherine's Bungalows and Day Service.  

Older people and those living with various types of dementia find a home from home in St Joseph's, a residential community in Coleshill, North Warwickshire.  

People experiencing homelessness are empowered to make a fresh start, refugees and asylum seekers find support to build a life in their new homes, and vulnerable older people feel isolated no more, thanks to Father Hudson's Care and its community partners.  

Father Hudson's Care is the working name of the Father Hudson's Society, which has supported vulnerable people since its foundation in 1902. Our services are open to all  irrespective of beliefs, ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation or marital status.