Shelter Hub Services offers a variety of housing support and advice services to people who live in Sheffield.
Shelter's Advice Service offers initial advice, casework and legal representation on housing and debt issues, including housing rights, homelessness, rent/mortgage arrears. possession action, disrepair and harassment. It can also offer advice on debt, budgeting, bailiffs and bankruptcy. The team offer advice and legal representation in court for those that may be facing court action. Shelter's Legal team and solicitors will determine if a case qualifies for Legal Aid, or, if not, what the best fee arrangement for the client will be. The Service is open Mon-Fri 9am-5pm, and operates drop in sessions on Tuesdays 9.30am-12.30pm and Thursdays 1.30pm-4.30pm.
Shelter's Housing Support Services offer ongoing housing and tenancy to people facing housing issues in the Sheffield area. Clients are offered a support worker to assist them through their housing issues with the aim of maintaining a tenancy or avoiding eviction. Support is offered for different lengths of time, dependent on the client's needs.
The Homeless Prevention Service offers support citywide to any household/tenure where there is an imminent risk of homelessness, and where the service can reduce or remove that threat. The Resettlement Service offers resettlement support to any household who are resettling into a new property and require support to set up and maintain that property. The service runs drop in sessions on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays from 10am - 1pm, at the Hub offices.