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Depaul

Description

Depaul in Sheffield provides housing related support to vulnerable young people (including couples and young parents) who are resettling after a period of living without a permanent home. The service aims to help young people develop the independent living skills necessary to manage and sustain their accommodation, so that they are able to manage financially; keep safe; engage with education, training and employment providers; be healthy and engage positively in their communities and wider society.

The service is available to young people aged 17-21 inclusive, and young parents aged 16-21 inclusive by referral through the Sheffield City Council Housing Support Pathway accessed via Howden House.

Accommodation is provided in a range of shared and self-contained properties across Sheffield. Rent for the property is in the main Housing Benefit eligible, some properties have a service charge which the tenant must pay to cover utilities.

Accommodation is normally for a maximum of 12 months.


Who to contact

Telephone
0114 2787152
E-mail
sheffield@depaulcharity.org.uk
Website
www.depauluk.org

Where to go

Name
Cumberland House
Address
176
Eyre Street
Sheffield
South Yorkshire
Postcode
S1 4QZ

Inclusion Information

Wheelchair Access
Yes
Able to accommodate other cultures/ethnicities
Yes

Other Details

Referral required
Yes
Referral Details

Referral must be made by Sheffield City Council Housing Options and Advice

Age Range
16 years to 24 years

Last Updated
01/12/2017
Keywords
accommodation, homeless
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