Housing support

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).
    Framework: Housing Support Services.

  • South Yorkshire Housing Association's LiveWell at Home project (for people aged over 55).
    SYHA: LiveWell at Home. (PDF, 531 KB).

  • South Yorkshire Housing Association's Beaufort Project (for people 18+ with mental health issues).
    SYHA: Beaufort Project. (PDF, 82.7 KB).

  • South Yorkshire Housing Association's Cuthbert Bank (for homeless families).
    SYHA: Cuthbert Bank. (PDF, 511 KB).

  • Adullam (for people with mental health issues).
    Adullam: Housing and Support.

  • Roundabout (for younger people).

  • Salvation Army (for single women 18+ who are homeless).
    Salvation Army: Lincoln Court Lifehouse.
    Salvation Army (for single men 18+ who are homeless).
    Salvation Army: Charter Row Lifehouse.

  • Cherrytree (for homeless young people up to 21 years).
    Cherrytree: Support Services.

  • Sheffield Foyer (for disadvantaged people 16-25 who are homeless or in housing need).
    The Guinness Partnership: Sheffield Foyer.

  • St Anne's (for single men 18+)
    St Anne's: Homeless Services.

  • Target - The Sheffield Project (for vulnerable and homeless people, including those with complex needs) and Thrive (for vulnerable people, who have experienced trauma and chaos, including drug and alcohol problems, mental health problems, chronic health conditions or involvement with the criminal justice system.
    Target: Accommodation for People with Complex Needs.

  • Places for People (for homeless families).
    Places for People.

  • Humankind (for people with drug or alcohol addiction).
    Humankind: Sheffield Recovery Focused Accommodation.



View all services on the directory for housing support.

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