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Roundabout Sheffield, housing charity providing shelter, support and life skills to young people aged 16-25 who are homeless or at the risk of homelessness.

  • Homeless Prevention Service – homeless advise, mediation, peer education (trained peer educator), future builders, employment & skills, private renting service.
  • Dispersed Service, commissioned by Sheffield City Council, provides high-quality semi-supported housing for young people aged 16-25. Offers self-contained and well-furnished accommodation, the service caters to the diverse needs of young people, employing a one-to-one strength-based approach to build trust, break down barriers, and support personal progression. Regular visits, Roundabout supports young people on their chosen goals, fostering self-esteem and confidence. Service works in tandem with professional services to empower young people with the essential life skills they need for independent living and helping them integrate in their community.
  • Safe Space, a project that aims to help 16 and 17 year olds who are struggling to manage their mental health. Spend up to three days focussing on their wellbeing in a calm, supportive and non-judgemental environment. Three bedroom house in Sheffield with garden, relaxing therapy, sensory room, spacious living area as well as plenty of activities to choose from. The Safe Space team will support the young person to work towards their mental and emotional wellbeing.
  • Rapid Rehousing, dedicated workers who actively go out into the community, identify homeless young people who need intensive support and help them to access accommodation and develop their long term living skills.
  • Supporting Tenants, supporting those who are living in their own property, but need some support to sustain their tenancy. Support includes: welfare benefits and income maximisation; education, training and employment; health and mental wellbeing; grants, loans and furnishings; budgeting and money matters; cultural and faith needs; children and parenting; household skills; social skills and networks; housing rights and responsibilities; keeping safe; advocacy/confidence building.
  • Hostel and Number 11
    • Hostel provides safe accommodation for 19 young people, aged 16 to 21 on an emergency and medium stay basis. All rooms are single and en-suite with modern and comfortable furniture and facilities available throughout the day. While at the hostel, residents are given opportunities to learn life skills to improve their independence, gain employment or training opportunities and improve their confidence and self-esteem.
    • Number 11, adjacent to the hostel, 5 self-contained flats, providing a home to 8 young people. Same ‘key work’ and support provision as residents in the core hostel, but they will have started or are working towards some form of education, training or employment. Flats are a stepping stone to their own tenancy.
  • Resettlement, a scheme by Roundabout and Sheffield Youth Justice Service to support and enable young people aged 16-18 to live in accommodation as an alternative to custody. Around 55 properties consisting of flats, houses and bedsits. Working with Children Looked After and Leaving Carers service in Sheffield, Resettlement Team can offer accommodation to a young person who are preparing to leave care as a chance to practice independence skills outside of residential setting.
Contact Information
Roundabout Ltd The Circle 33 Rockingham Lane, Sheffield, England S1 4FW, United Kingdom
Opening Hours
10:00 am - 4:30 pm
10:00 am - 4:30 pm
10:00 am - 4:30 pm
10:00 am - 4:30 pm
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