Our Services are listed below. Click on each for further details or click here for the location map.
Wharf House is a Thirty Room purpose built Supported Housing Provision 'A true Place of Change' for homeless people open 24 hours a day 365 days a year. Our aim is to provide excellent accommodation, support and access to health services, training and employment opportunities for our clients. So clients can move on to their own accommodation quickly and effectively.
Open House Plus is a twenty six room purpose built hostel provision for homeless people open 24 hours a day 365 days a year. The accommodation, is aimed at clients who have accepted the need to change. Stays in the hostel will usually be for up to six months, with intensive support provided to enable residents to develop the skills necessary to live independently.
The Tenancy Support Service aims to help people moving into a new home and assist people already in a property who are encountering difficulties. Our service is available to anyone within Doncaster & the surrounding area.
Mediation is a very straightforward way of resolving disputes between two parties. It helps you and the other person reach an agreement that you can both live with.
Doncaster Nightstop will provide safe emergency temporary accommodation for homeless young people aged 16-25 in the homes of trained volunteers.
The Offender Floating Support Project works with people who are: current offenders, ex-offenders & those at risk of offending aged 16 and over, not wholly but incorporating the specific identified needs of MAPPA, PPO & Young Offenders.
The Outreach Project engages with an often hard to reach client group, those people who are homeless and sleeping rough. Our aim is to work with people who are sleeping rough and support them to move into safe and appropriate accommodation. We work inline with the Government’s ‘No Second Night Out’ strategy. When we meet someone who is sleeping rough, we endeavour to find them suitable, temporary accommodation that same day, so no one has to spend a second night out.
We: the M25 Housing & Support Group, Citizens Advice Bureau (CAB), Disability Advisory Service (DIAL Doncaster) work in partnership to offer specialist Housing, Debt and Welfare Benefit advice to 16 to 25 year olds, via this Big Lottery funded service.