Salvation Army Charter Row

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Salvation Army Charter Row Lifehouse provides 55 units of supported accommodation for single males aged 18+ who are experiencing homeless.

Accommodation is provided on either bed and breakfast or a half board basis with a maximum stay of up to 1 year.

Charter Row Lifehouse provide housing related support, as well as support for substance misuse, poor mental health, emotional wellbeing and employability skills.

Their services include:

  • A specialised ETE (Education, Training and Employment) support worker
  • Chaplaincy support
  • Drop in sessions on a weekly basis in partnership with Devonshire Green Surgery
  • Probation support
  • Addiction support
  • Education / training (hosted by Crisis Skylight)

Admission to the service is via Housing Solutions only. Prospective residents should present themselves to Howden House, 1 Union Street, Sheffield, S1 2SH for assessment or by calling 0114 2736 306.

Covid update 03/08/21: Most services continue under covid-safe conditions but may be experiencing changes to how or when they deliver their service. Contact Salvation Army Charter Row directly for the latest information.

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