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YWCA Yorkshire - Peile House Project


The Peile House Project offers support and accommodation to vulnerable young women aged between 16-25 years who are either pregnant, already have a baby (dependent on the mobility of the child) or are single and homeless. The project can also accommodate young women with moderate learning disabilities, aged 16-35 years.

Residents stay in the project for a period of between 6-12 months but this can be extended if this is required. Support is available 24hrs a day 7 days a week creating a living environment where young women can live safely and develop their life skills.

The accommodation consists of 10 bedsits and 4 self contained flats all of which are furnished and have their own kitchen area.

The company is a managing agent for South Yorkshire Housing Association and an independent satellite of the YWCA of the UK.
A registered charity and company limited by guarantee no 3866756.

Who to contact

Contact Name
Susan Mastro
Contact Position
Project Manager
0114 273 9256
YWCA Yorkshire

Where to go

YWCA Yorkshire; Peile House Project
Pitsmoor Road
South Yorkshire
S3 9AQ

When is it on?

Time / Date Details
The project is staffed 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

Inclusion Information

Wheelchair Access
Able to accommodate other cultures/ethnicities

Other Details

Referral required
Referral Details

If you support or know of a young woman in need of guidance and support, who is struggling to live independently or fleeing the family home, please get in touch and we can provide advice as to the next steps. 

All of our referrals are sent to us via Pathways, and the young person would have to present themselves at Howden House for a professional assessment. 

Age Range
16 years to 24 years


Local Publications
Service Description, Flyer, Newsletter
Charity Number

Last Updated
YWCA, Young Womens Christian Association, Support, Pregnancy Support, Maternity Support, Homeless, Homelessness, Maternity, Supported Housing, S3
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