Working with people who are homeless is in our DNA – it’s the reason our organisation was formed. We’re here to offer support to anyone who needs us, and to provide a safe place that they can call home and use to start rebuilding their lives.
Below are a list of our homeless services based across South Yorkshire.
Cuthbert Bank provides homeless families from across our region with a safe place to call home.
Within easy reach of Hillsborough’s facilities, Cuthbert Bank is a purpose built scheme with 15 three-bed and nine two-bed self-contained, furnished flats.
The on-site community room provides activities on a daily basis, and residents can get involved in a range of activities, from healthy cooking sessions, to arts and crafts projects.
You can reach the Cuthbert Bank team on 0114 231 2483, or to find out more about the project take a look at their handy fact sheet.
Doncaster Move On
The staff working at Move On provide fully supported accommodation to anyone who is either 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.
Newbold Court provides a home to single homeless young people who have been referred by local authorities in Chesterfield, Bolsover and North East Derbyshire.
All of our customers living at Newbold Court have recently left care, so we work with them to build their confidence and learn new skills with the view to moving into their own independent accommodation.
You can take a look at the work Newbold Court do by checking out their fact sheet, or by calling the team on 01246 274 201.
Nine One One
Nine One One is one of our housing developments in the Broomhall area of Sheffield. They specialise in providing supported accommodation to people with a range of complex needs, primarily focusing on substance misuse and alcohol dependency issues. Such complex needs often result in secondary issues, such as mental health issues, anti-social behaviour and offending.
The aim of the project is to prevent homelessness and give customers a safe place to live and recover.
At Nine One One we give everyone a chance. We’re committed to working with our customers to develop the skills they need to live independently and make positive changes that enable them to reach their potential. This could be anything from management of addiction problems through to cooking skills and confidence building.
We’ve developed a real reputation for our success in Sheffield, and one of our proudest achievements was winning the National Housing Federation’s ‘What We Are Proud of Award’ in 2010.
To find out more about Nine One One why not take a look at our handy fact sheet. If you’d like to speak to someone from the project, or make a referral give one of the team a call on 0114 275 1644.
Also known as Rotherham Homeless, this service provides 42 two, three and four bedroom furnished houses to homeless families. Each house is available on a temporary basis, and the team support each family in finding long-term accommodation – and work with them to work on the issues that made them homeless.
Rotherham Thursday Project
The Rotherham Thrusday Project work with people who live in their own home, but are at risk of becoming homeless for a variety of different reasons.
Our team of experts work with customers closely 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.
You can find out more about the Rotherham Thursday Project by calling 01709 837 459 or by taking a look at their fact sheet.
Sheffield Thursday Project
Since 1991, the Sheffield Thursday Project has been supporting people with differing needs in their own homes. It was the first service of its type in the country, and we now work with a range of housing providers in the city.
We manage properties on behalf of more than 100 customers – with the ultimate aim of helping our customers gain enough confidence to live independently, maintain their own tenancy and finally – become the housing provider’s tenant.
If you’d like more about the Sheffield Thursday Project, our fact sheet should give you all the details your need. You can also give us a ring on 0114 2900 250 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions and we’ll get back to you as soon as we can.
By the way, if you’re wondering why it’s called the Thursday Project back in 1991 when we were really struggling with what to call the service, nothing quite seemed to fit. We then looked across at the calendar and you guessed it, it was a Thursday! The name stuck from there and we’ve even got similar projects in Rotherham and Barnsley.
Want to know more?
If you would like to make a referral to one of our services then please complete the Referral and Eligibility Form below and return to our head office or via email email@example.com