Sheffield has lots of services that support people to maintain their tenancy, prevent homelessness and live independently in the community.
You can get housing related support if you’re a tenant or a homeowner. Housing related support can include help to:
- set up and maintain your home or tenancy
- prevent you becoming homeless
- move home if where you’re living is no longer suitable for you
- make sure your home is safe and secure
- manage your finances and benefit claims
- develop independent living skills and confidence
- access health, treatment services and support groups
- access community groups and activities.
There are different organisations in the city which provide housing related support, including:
- Shelter(for people who are homeless or at risk of homelessness).
- Framework(for rough sleepers).
- South Yorkshire Housing Association LiveWell at Home (for people aged over 55).
- South Yorkshire Housing Association Beaufort Project (for people 18+ with mental health issues).
- South Yorkshire Housing Association Cuthbert Bank (for homeless families).
- Adullum(for people with mental health issues).
- Roundabout(for younger people).
- Salvation Army (for single women 18+ who are homeless).
Salvation Army (for single men 18+ who are homeless).
- Cherrytree (for homeless young people up to 21 years).
- Sheffield Foyer (for disadvantaged people 16-25 who are homeless or in housing need)
- St Annes (for single men 18+).
- Target (The Sheffield Project (for offenders both men and women), Thrive (for people with long term complex needs).
- Places for People (for homeless families).
- Humankind (for people with drug or alcohol addiction)
View all services in the directory for housing support.