We offer a safe, supportive environment for individuals, helping them make positive choices about their current circumstances.
Charter Row Lifehouse provides 55 units of supported accommodation for single males aged 18+ who are experiencing homelessness. Accommodation can be provided on either a bed and breakfast or half board basis with a maximum stay of up to 1 year.
Clients need to be experiencing homelessness and have identified support needs around a lack of independent living skills. Referrals to the service come via Sheffield City Council’s Housing Solutions Team and their Housing Support Pathway.
Referrals via Housing Solutions only. Prospective clients should present to Howden House, 1 Union Street, Sheffield, S1 2SH.
We aim to create a calm, supportive environment where our residents feel empowered and respected. Our facilities include:
55 single bedrooms – 15 of which are en-suite and 10 which are within a “High Needs Service” comprised of 5 clusters of 2 flats with shared kitchenettes and bathrooms .
A large communal lounge on the ground floor of the building
An ICT suite, a canteen and laundry facilities
A number of smaller kitchens and lounges scattered through the rest of the building, with 1 of each located on the first, second and third floors respectively.
We provide housing-related support, as well as support for substance misuse, poor mental health, emotional wellbeing and employability skills.
Our services include:
A specialised ETE (Education, Training and Employment) support worker
Drop in sessions on a weekly basis in partnership with Devonshire Green Surgery