Parkgate Young People's Service support young people with a range of support needs to help them prepare for an independent tenancy in a nurturing environment where they feel safe and secure. Support and accommodation for up to 55 young people. No self referrals.
Ashmount Court is a development of 16 high quality, self-contained flats in Doncaster that provides accommodation and 24-hour support for people with complex mental health needs. Person-centred recovery support is provided by our core team on-site team of Recovery Support Workers, with additional support from our Quality and Practice Team.
Provides supported accommodation services for homeless young people across Barnsley. Although we are unable to take direct referrals into these services, feel free to contact our offices.
It also runs the free-phone Centrepoint Helpline, a national service for any young person aged 16-25 who is worried about homelessness.
This project supports young single homeless people aged 16-21 with support needs. Priority will be given to applicants with a local connection in Sheffield. Access to these services is through the Council’s Housing Support Pathway.
Choice Housing Trust is a not-for-profit organisation founded in 2004, and we have been providing supported housing in Sheffield since 2011. We currently provide 37 rooms in ten shared houses across Sheffield, and have provided over 185,000 nights of accommodation and support for single people experiencing homelessness. We accept referrals from multiple homelessness organisations, as well as from statutory services such as local authorities, NHS, and Probation. Referrals can be made via our website: https://choicehousingtrust.org/
Crisis Skylight South Yorkshire is an outreach service offering support to people from the age of 16, who are homeless, have been homeless in the last two years or are at risk of becoming homeless. They offer education, training and support within hostels, day centres and local community venues in Barnsley, Doncaster, Rotherham and Sheffield. Their one to one coaching support helps their members achieve their goals and move out of homelessness. *Please do not come to the Crisis Skylight South Yorkshire building as we don’t offer member support from this location.
The staff working at Move On provide fully supported accommodation to anyone who is at risk of homelessness, or who has been made homeless. We can also help people learn - or relearn - the personal, social and practical skills needed to gain education, find work, and live independently. Accepts referrals from a range of professionals and local organisations. You can also self-refer by calling the Move On team.
Emmaus is a community that offers accommodation and work. They are a drug and alcohol free project that can support eighteen formerly homeless men and women at any one time. Referrals only.
This service helps young single homeless people aged 16-30, who are at risk or vulnerable, with support needs. They can accept couples and no local connection is required.
The Lighthouse Project provides short and long term accommodation, care and support. They provide a safe, secure and structured environment and can offer training for women over 18, who want new skills and opportunities. Monday to Friday 9:00am-5:00pm
This service helps single homeless men who wish to address their issues, learn new skills and move on to successful independent living. The service can accept ex-offenders direct from prison. Monday to Friday 9:00am-5:00pm
This scheme is to help single homeless people over the age of 18 move into private rented accommodation. The properties are all shared. Referrals can be via an agency or self referred. All potential clients will be assessed and then attend two pre-tenancy training sessions before they would consider offering accommodation. Opening times Monday-Thursday 8:30-16:00 and Friday 09:00-16:00
Are you, or do you know someone who is homeless, sofa surfing, temporarily staying with friends or family, or at risk of becoming homeless?_x000D_
If you or they need somewhere to live in Doncaster, Ongo Homes may be able to help. We provide temporary homes and support to single people, aged 18 or over._x000D_
Our experienced staff will carry out an assessment to see how we can support each individual. If we feel it would be beneficial to that person, they could be offered accommodation in one of our shared community based homes, close to Doncaster town centre._x000D_
We also work with other agencies to make sure we access the best support package, and help address any additional problems. Every person that stays in our temporary housing will be expected to work positively with us and other agencies, so that together we can work towards a future where they are able to live independently in a settled home.
This service helps single homeless men aged over 18 who are not currently in work, in need of supported housing and are eligible to claim housing benefit.
This project supports people over the age of 16 in maintaining their tenancy and or property as well as finding and securing new properties. Individuals will receive advice on day-to-day issues such as finance and budgeting, alongside education and employment. Individuals will also have a tailored support plan and will be able to meet with their support worker as regularly as they need.
Monday to Friday between 8am - 8pm, During weekends 9am - 5pm. Floating support team also offers out-of-ours visits.
Anyone with a tenancy can be referred by must be over 16. Self-referral. The Rotherham Thursday Project work with people who live in their own home, but are at risk of becoming homeless for a variety of reasons._x000D_
Our team of experts work closely with customers to ensure they have all the skills necessary to maintain their tenancy, helping with things like budgeting, making the most of benefits and finding work.
This hostel provides safe accommodation for nineteen single young people, aged 16-21 on an emergency and medium stay basis. All their bedrooms are single and en-suite with modern and comfortable furniture. Breakfast is also provided for residents and there are shared facilities available to cook throughout the day. The hostel offers residents multiple opportunities to learn life skills to help increase their independence. Access to these services is through the Council’s Housing Support Pathway.
A 24/7 organisation offering accommodation and support to homeless and inappropriately housed young people aged 16-25. Currently our accommodation is open to young people aged 16-25 who are under the care of their Local Authority. We have support services available to people aged 16+ who may need information, advice and guidance around housing related issues.