Read our Covid-19 statement here.
'Here to Help' map - We have developed a map to show the location of day centres, charities and support services that work with people begging and sleeping rough. Download it here. (Please note: because of the changing nature of provision during Covid, some details may be out of date.)
Cathedral Archer Project - help homeless people achieve a better life through providing a wide range of support services.
Information on opening times and how to get involved - Find out how to get involved.
Ben’s Centre is “a place of sanctuary for the vulnerable”. A day centre and an outreach service for people who suffer from the negative impact of drugs or alcohol.
Information on opening times, how to support the Centre with donations, and how to get involved as a volunteer - Ben's Centre website
The Sunday Centre provides a safe, warm refuge for homeless and vulnerable people on Sundays – providing hot food and drinks, and offering guests the chance to socialise with others. They also help guests access information about other services that may benefit them.
Information on opening times, how to support the Centre with donations, and how to get involved as a volunteer - Sunday Centre website
Read more about the Sunday Centre
Sheffield Treatment & Recovery Team (START) - provides support and treatment to people living in the city who are struggling with addiction to alcohol, opiates and non-opiates.
Information on opening times, support groups - START website
Homeless and Rootless at Christmas (HARC) - HARC is based at Victoria Hall (George Street entrance) from Christmas Day to New Year's Day from 8.30-2pm. Providing a day shelter to homeless and vulnerable men and women (over 18's only)
The Soup Run - Sheffield Churches Soup Kitchen is based on King Street and provides food, basic clothing and bedding and 1:1 support, 7 nights per week from 8-9pm, between September and May.
To get involved in donating or volunteering, contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Roundabout - Sheffield’s youth homeless charity has helped over 15,000 young people in the city since 1977, providing shelter, support and life skills to young people aged 16-24 who are homeless or at risk of homelessness, along with a comprehensive programme of training allowing them to develop long term independent living skills which breaks the cycle of homelessness.
To get involved in donating, fundraising or volunteering - Roundabout website
Other useful contact information:
Sheffield Street Outreach Team - Contact 0800 066 5358 (free from landlines and mobiles) or text SOT to 80800, followed by your message. This service is provided by Framework.
Sheffield Housing Options line - Call the council’s Housing and Options line on 0114 273 6306 from Monday – Friday, 8.30am to 5pm. In emergencies, during evenings and weekends, please phone: 0800 7311 689.
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