Help on Monday

Futures Assessment Centre.

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

Tel. 01482 497575 & 497576.

9am to 11am Drop-In for light refreshments and access to professional support services including accommodation help, benefits advice, and health services.

Also – 24/7 access to washroom facilities for rough sleepers.

Futures offer intense 24 hour support packages to homeless rough sleepers and individuals with various issues acting as a barrier to independent living. The service provides advice, guidance, signposting and year-round emergency bed provision.


Rough Sleeper Support Service

Emmaus Hull & East Riding’s rough sleeper outreach and support service delivers emergency safety and advice to those living on the streets, also helping people into emergency safe accommodation.

Operates 6am to 10pm daily.

Notify the response team via:

Or tel: 01482 223722


Hull Homeless Community Project

General Inquiries Phone: 01482 231278

Outreach Phone: 07955 466822

HHCP deliver a range of services in Hull and the East Riding, including: on-street outreach teams supporting rough sleepers; fast referral food parcels with delivery; advocacy, support, guidance; and a move-on service helping clients out of temporary accommodation and into longer-term homes (referral only).


Doorstep of Hull.

151 Fairfax Avenue, Hull, HU5 4QZ.

Tel. 01482 345006


Support and accommodation for single homeless people, aged 16yrs and over.  Accommodation available includes some units for single parents with one child. Support available includes help with claiming benefits, budgeting and other daily living skills. Referrals to specialist agencies as necessary, eg around drug or alcohol problems. Residents may move from communal units to self contained units during their stay.


Preston Road Women’s Centre – WINNER

60-62 Preston Road, Hull, HU9 3RT

Tel: 01482 790310

A range of services exclusively for women including domestic abuse support, help with accommodation, benefits and legal advice, and social activities.

Monday to Friday, 10am to 4pm, just call in.

Also – Umbrella Housing Project, housing application drop-in service. Applicants will need to provide 2 x proof of identification, and names/addresses of two people to give references, bring these with you.

Monday 1pm to 4pm.

Wednesday 1pm to 4pm.

Friday 9.30am to 12.30pm.


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 & HullHARP.


Beverley Cherry Tree Centre.

117 Cherry Tree Lane, Beverley, HU17 0AY.

Tel: 01482 871993.

Open 9am to 5pm for advice and help with homelessness.


Hull & East Yorkshire Mind.

Wellington House, 108 Beverley Rd, Hull, HU3 1XA.

9am to 5pm, You can access a wide range of services, including one to one support, group sessions, mentoring and a range of other mental health support services.  Please call our info line on 01482 240133 for more information.


Selby Street Mission

Selby Street (near Boulevard), Hull.

10am to 12noon – Clothes Bank.

Fresh clothes, plus washing facilities, light refreshments.


Vineyard Church

Vulcan Street, Clough Road, Hull, HU6 7PS.

11.30am to 1.30pm

The Big Kitchen opens its doors every Monday from 11.30am until 1.30pm. It’s a safe place where Hull’s homeless community can enjoy a good meal, as well as experiencing the kindness and acceptance of Jesus. Staffed by volunteers from the church, the Big Kitchen is also a place to come for advice, support, prayer, and signposting to other organisations, including housing projects and drug rehabilitation programmes.


RHM Recovery 12-step class.

Selby Street Mission, near The Boulevard, Hull.

6pm to 8pm

Christian 12-step Class, addiction support, counselling.

07817 035430 – Get in touch anytime.


Food and Drink

Albion Street car park, behind BHS, Hull.


Food and refreshments


Hull FoodBank

Hull Food Bank, Waltham Street, Jubilee Church, Hull


01482 224783

11am to 2pm

Food parcel collection (referral-letter holders only).

Also, call in to chat with volunteers for advice on which organisations can refer you to FoodBank, and for lots more informations about other help available to you.


The Hinge, Bridlington.

19-21 Field Road, Bridlington, YO16 4AU.

01262 887959

Call in 9am to 5pm, Monday to Friday, for resettlement and community support, food parcels (emergencies only), and emergency accommodation support for 16-24 yr olds.


YASS (Young Adult Support Service)

Offers free and confidential advice to young adults 18+

Monday 2pm to 5pm.

Emmanuel Church, Cardigan Road, Bridlington, YO15 3JT.

Manager – Claire Tel: 07865085973


YMCA Goole

Edinburgh Street, Goole, DN14 5EH

01405 780578

supported accommodation for single young people aged 16–25 years.  Assistance & advice on: Education, Volunteer and Work Placement, Housing Benefit, Council Tax and sign posting to external support in a wide range of areas. Open 24/7 for advice and support.


Mission Trinity – Goole

Trinity Methodist Church, Clifton Gardens, Goole, DN14 6AS.

Tel: 07543 290407.

Call in 9am to 5pm for general support and advice, including clothing, and help with debt and money worries.