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
Futures Assessment Centre.
Westbourne House, 123 Princes Avenue, Hull, HU5 3JN.
Tel. 01482 497575 & 497576.
Futures offer intense 24 hour support packages to homeless rough sleepers and individuals with various issues as a barrier to independent living. The service provides advice, guidance, signposting and a winter provision. 24/7 access to washroom facilities for rough sleepers.
Reaching Out to the Homeless Project (Hull)
Soup Kitchen, 6-8pm, at the bike sheds, The Guildhall, Hull.
The project offers help with filling benefit and housing forms, distributes clothing and food. Project volunteers will also sit in on appointments, ie mentoring and befriending, if service users would like this support. The project also has links with an accommodation provider and can refer service users as appropriate.
Tel: 01482 657758
Facebook: Reaching Out to the Homeless
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).
07817 035430 – Get in touch anytime.
Addiction recovery and support, 12-step courses delivered in various venues in Hull and East Riding.
Holy Trinity Church
Old Town, Hull city centre
9am to 10am
Food and drink, help and support
Jubilee Central, 62 King Edward Street, Hull, HU1 3SQ.
Lunchtime – 1st Sunday of the month during summer, weekly during the winter. Lunch, and activities.
Edinburgh Street, Goole, DN14 5EH
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.