ACCOMMODATION AND SHELTER

Updated Tuesday 11th September 2017

The Crossings
Address 55 Great Union Street, Hull HU9 1AG
TEL – 01482 598370
The Crossings is a new state of the art hostel which opened in September 2011.

Situated on Great Union Street, The Crossings provides temporary accommodation for forty-six people at any one time and is one of the country’s first pioneering training and enterprise centres.

The new £5 million centre offers facilities including an IT suite, employment and education services, a multi-gym, treatment rooms and a social enterprise cafe. Many of these services are open to the local community too.

The Crossings is the result of a partnership between Riverside ECHG, Hull City Council, the Homes and Communities Agency, Hull Health Authority and the Hull Hostel Forum’s Independent Living Skills Project

Facilities
46 individual rooms and a support worker is allocated to each resident to help with their housing and welfare needs.

Suitable for Single people aged 18 and over.
Access You do not need a referral but places are offered on a first come, first served basis.


Dock House HUMBERCARE

St Peter Street, Hull HU9 1AF

9am to 10am Monday to Friday, 11am to 1pm Sunday. Emergency support 24/7 – However services may be interrupted due to change in management. (Direct access)

TEL – 01482 219022

www.hullharp.org.uk


Futures Assessment Centre HUMBERCARE

Westbourne House, 123 Princes Avenue, Hull, HU5 3JN

Futures advertise 24 hour support to the homeless and rough sleepers. (Direct access)

TEL – 01482 444820

EMAIL – info@humbercare.org.uk

www.humbercare.org.uk


William Booth House SALVATION ARMY

2 Hessle Rd, Hull, Kingston upon Hull HU1 2QQ

Set over six floors, offering assessment, direct access and resettlement support with a mix of catered and non-catered rooms, including shared housing options.

TEL – 01482 225521

www.williamboothhouse.org.uk


Doorstep of Hull

151 Fairfax Avenue HU5 4QZ

Accommodation and support for homeless you and people and others, independent living and hostel cover, 24hr telephone support worker.

TEL – 01482 345006

EMAIL – admin@doorstep.org.uk


Vineyard project

53 Beverley Rd, Hull, North Humberside, HU3 1XL

The Vineyard Project offers homeless people the opportunity to develop the skills and knowledge necessary to live successfully in their own independent accommodation and back to employment, through tenancy management, training, volunteering supported living, making a positive turn-around in their lives.

TEL – 01482 585196

EMAIL – info@vineyardproject.co.uk


YMCA Humber TURNING POINT

48 Pearson Park, Hull, HU5 2TG

Providing Accommodation, emergency accommodation and Support to the Homeless and Vulnerable people of Hull including Ex-Offenders.

TEL – 01482 342426

EMAIL –  info@turningpointhull.org.uk

www.ymca-humber.com


EMMAUS HULL
32 – 33 Lockwood Street, Hull, HU2 0HJ
TEL –  01482 223722
Work and accommodation for people in Hull
Suitable for homeless
You do not need a referral.
Emmaus supports formerly homeless people by giving them a home, meaningful work in a social enterprise and an opportunity to get back on their feet again.
For many who ever experience homelessness one of the biggest obstacles they must overcome is a loss of self-esteem. Emmaus provides people with a stable home and the opportunity to regain their self-worth, making a real contribution to their community.


Hull Resettlement Project Ltd
Address 20 Bourne Street, Hull, HU2 8AE
TEL – 01482 585323
Facilities We have 17 beds.
Suitable for Single homeless people aged 21 and over.
Access You do not need a referral

Hull Resettlement Project Ltd
Address 35 Harthill Drive, Rawlings Way, Hull, HU3 2QQ
TEL – 01482 327809
Facilities We have 12 beds.
Suitable for Single homeless people aged 16 to 20.
Access You do not need a referral

Hull Resettlement Project Ltd
Address Russell Street, Hull, HU2 9AB
TEL – 01482 210648
Facilities We have 12 beds.
Suitable for Single homeless people aged 16 to 20.
Access You do not need a referral.
The Hull Resettlement Project cares and supports homeless and other disadvantaged persons who are in need of help to acquire a settled way of life by providing, developing and maintaining short term residential accommodation or similar facilities. It provides further help to those accommodated by way of advice or counselling and any other form of aid to acquire employment more permanent accommodation education or any other benefit.

FOOD AND SUPPORT

Mondays

vineyard church 11:30 – 13:30

Albion street car park 20:00 food and drink

Salvation Army, Beverley Road 10am – 13:30

Dock House Breakfast Club
Dock House, St Peter Street, Hull, HU9 1AF.
9am to 11am, Breakfast and access to facilities/support for rough sleepers. A project delivered by Humbercare Ltd


Tuesdays

St Charles centre drop in, 10am – 12 noon Charles Street

Francis street car park 19:00 – 20:00

Dock House Breakfast Club
Dock House, St Peter Street, Hull, HU9 1AF.
9am to 11am, Breakfast and access to facilities/support for rough sleepers. A project delivered by Humbercare Ltd


Wednesdays

Albion street car park 20:00

Hull homeless outreach kitchen 18:00 – 19:00

Peel hall cafe – 10:30am – 15:30

Salvation Army, Beverley Road 10am – 13:30

Dock House Breakfast Club
Dock House, St Peter Street, Hull, HU9 1AF.
9am to 11am, Breakfast and access to facilities/support for rough sleepers. A project delivered by Humbercare Ltd


Thursdays

Francis street car park 19:00 – 20:00

Dock House Breakfast Club
Dock House, St Peter Street, Hull, HU9 1AF.
9am to 11am, Breakfast and access to facilities/support for rough sleepers. A project delivered by Humbercare Ltd


Fridays

Albion street car park 20:00 food and drink

St Charles centre drop in, 10am – 12 noon Charles Street

Francis street car park 19:00 – 21:00

Dock House Breakfast Club
Dock House, St Peter Street, Hull, HU9 1AF.
9am to 11am, Breakfast and access to facilities/support for rough sleepers. A project delivered by Humbercare Ltd


Saturdays

Dock House Breakfast Club
Dock House, St Peter Street, Hull, HU9 1AF.
9am to 11am, Breakfast and access to facilities/support for rough sleepers. A project delivered by Humbercare Ltd


Sundays

Holy trinity church, trinity square 09am – 10am

Storey Street car park 18:00 – 20:00

Dock House Breakfast Club
Dock House, St Peter Street, Hull, HU9 1AF.
9am to 11am, Breakfast and access to facilities/support for rough sleepers. A project delivered by Humbercare Ltd

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