We offer a safe, supportive environment for individuals, helping them make positive choices about their current circumstances.
The Night Shelter offers emergency accommodation for up to 3 females and 18 males. The accommodation is intended for those that have been rough sleeping or who are otherwise vulnerable.
The service is typically accessed directly by the individual for a one night stay, but the NIHE (Northern Ireland Housing Executive) can refer individuals to the service for a 3 night stay. A 3 day referral provides NIHE and other supporting agencies the opportunity to link in with the individual and secure suitable accommodation.
The Night Shelter provides a total of 21 beds. In addition to this there are 6 respite places. The Night Shelter has a laundry area which Service Users can avail of. The Night Shelter area includes single bedrooms, communal bathrooms, communal lounge area, with a TV and computer access.
The accommodation and support that is offered in Centenary House is for single adults aged 18+. We accommodate up to 68 males, 13 of which are probation clients and 3 of which are Drug Accommodation Support Project clients.
The service can be accessed directly by any adult male who is experiencing homelessness. Within Centenary House there are programmes that require specific referral routes. Beds cannot be held, and failure to attend an arranged referral interview or admission interview can result in the bed being offered to another individual.
The accommodation within the Centenary House building comprises of single bedrooms, communal bathrooms, communal lounge area with TV areas, snooker, pool and computer access, quiet space, interview rooms, gym, laundry and canteen.
All programmes within Centenary House are half board. Service users are responsible for their own laundry and maintaining the cleanliness of their own room.
Centenary House offers a number of different programmes on site, which will have bespoke referral routes. These include:
The Drug Accommodation Support Programme (DASP). DASP is a specialised programme for those suffering from problematic drug misuse. DASP offers specialist support and links with treatment services. Referral into the Drug Accommodation Support Project is made via a DASP Support Worker. Details on referral process can be sought by contacting Centenary House directly.
The Probation Programme. This programme is for those that have been referred into the service by PBNI. This programme adopts a multi-agency approach to minimise re-offending.
Within Centenary House there are different bespoke programmes:
Drug Accommodation Support Programme (DASP). DASP is a specialised programme for those suffering from problematic drug misuse. DASP offers specialist support and links with treatment services.
Probation Programme is for those that have been referred into the service by PBNI. This programme adopts a multi-agency approach to minimise re-offending.
Calder Fountain is an adjoining building that offers a Resettlement Programme as the next step for those that stayed in the Direct Access programme in Centenary House. The maximum length of stay in the Resettlement Programme is 2 years.
Calder Fountain provides 12 self-catering flats. Those residing in the flats can avail of the Centenary House communal lounge area and resources within it.
All the accommodation and support that is offered in Calder Fountain is for single adults aged 18+. Referrals to Calder Fountain are made by the individual and supported by their keyworker.