Supporting vulnerable young people 13-24 yrs with employment information, training and learning courses, internet access, job searching, benefits advice, CV and application help, one-to-one support.
Provides sustainable poverty relief through debt counselling, advice and practical help._x000D_
Empowers people to help themselves out of poverty. The course is for you if you are working, unemployed, retired or a student. Money coaches run the session.
Get advice on applying for homeless help from the council, including making a homelessness application._x000D_
Get advice on applying for homeless help from the council, including making an application and challenging a decision.
For more information visit: https://citizensadvicesheffield.org.uk/get-help/
Our support team have a wealth of experience of working with vulnerable adults and supporting homeless people with complex support needs. By working with you, and in partnership with local agencies, you’ll get the support you need to boost your confidence and move towards living an independent life in your own home.
You’ll get 24-hour structured, support plan which is tailored to your needs. This will include building practical and social skills to encourage independence within our relaxed and friendly environment.
Roundabout is strongly committed to preventing young people from becoming homeless. Their Homeless Prevention Service is there to offer advice and support to young people who are homeless, or worried about their housing situation. The team let young people know their housing options so they can make informed choices, from planned moves to emergency accommodation or a safe return home. They may also refer to one of Roundabout’s other services and support them as they take their next step.
Roundabout’s Supporting Tenants service works with young people and their families who are living in their own property but need some support to sustain their tenancy.
The young people Roundabout support in this service may have moved out of Roundabout’s accommodation and need help while they acclimatise to independent living, or may already be living in their own property but circumstances have changed, leading to them needing help to prevent them from becoming homeless. Support is tailored to each individual and covers a range of issues from maximising income through benefit sustainment and budgeting, to helping manage any health issues.
The service works across the whole of Sheffield and can support people living in council, housing association and private rented accommodation.