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.
48 High Rd, Doncaster DN4
0130 285 6457
Doncaster Move On
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.
0130 287 4880
Housing and Support Group
Advice and specialist help in community care, housing and welfare benefits for people who are homeless or threatened with homelessness.
Wharf House, Wharf Road, Doncaster, DH1 2ST
0130 222 8010
Are you, or do you know someone who is homeless, sofa surfing, temporarily staying with friends or family, or at risk of becoming homeless?
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.
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.
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.
Riverside – Doncaster Homeless Floating Support Service
This project supports people over the age of 18 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.
Wharf House, Wharf Road, Doncaster, DH1 2ST
0130 255 8014
St Leger Homes – Housing Options Team
Doncaster Homechoice is responsible for Doncaster Council’s Housing Register and the allocation of council homes. They can assist you in accommodation if you have links to Doncaster.
Doncaster Homechoice, St Leger Court, White Rose Way, Doncaster, DN4 5ND
0130 286 2628
YMCA Doncaster is an independent charity. The core of our work is in providing support with finding a home and leading a responsible adult life. Our main priority is our Supported Accommodation for 30 young people aged 16-30.
At YMCA Doncaster residents have their own fully furnished bedroom and kitchen area with bedlinen and kitchen utensils provided. Residents have shared access to a bathroom and laundry.
Please see our website for details on how to apply for accommodation at YMCA Doncaster ymcadoncaster.org.uk
31 Wood Street, Doncaster, DN1 3LH
DHYP – Drop-in café for 16-25 year olds
This project gives young individuals the opportunity to discuss housing needs, gain support and access to other services, receive assistance and information relating to benefits and enjoy a free meal and drink with other young people in similar situations.
St Peter In Chains, Church Hall, Chequer Road, Doncaster
0130 273 8198
DHYP – Floating Support Service for 16-25 year olds
DHYP provides free housing related support to young people in the lead up to, and during, a tenancy. Individuals having difficulties with their tennancies can also seek advice.
Support can include: life skills, budgeting, form filling, advocacy and referrals.
0771 750 7071
0771 750 7074
Riverside – Refuge
Refuge and support to people of all ages and walks of life who are fleeing domestic abuse including running a Floating Support Service which can provide at-home support for those facing domestic abuse. Referrals are open to men and women via a range of agencies including the police, social services, domestic violence groups and health services. Self-referral is also available via the helpline.
0800 470 1505