Accommodation – a place to stay

For young people aged 16 to 35



Housing project contacts and map

YMCA supported housing is much more than just a hostel – it’s route to independent living. Please click on the map for directions:   Housing project Where it is Who lives there What is there Contact   South Ealing Ealing Single homeless men and women aged 18-35 151 studio flats, cluster flats and ensuite catered …

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How can I find a place to stay?

Aged 16-35 and have nowhere to stay? If you are in one of the following situations, you could qualify to live in YMCA supported housing: You are sleeping rough, sofa surfing, at risk of losing your home or in any other unstable or unsafe living arrangement You are a single mother You are part of a family that is …

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Living with a Supported Lodgings host

If you’re aged 16-17, our Supported Lodgings scheme gives you the chance to live in a safe family environment for up to two years. Your ‘host’ – an adult approved by us – will help you with practical skills such as cooking and shopping while giving you encouragement and guidance in your day-to-day life and …

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Parenting assessments & support

How do we help young people to parent? In 2012, we set up Ealing Parenting Assessment Centre, in collaboration with Coral Community Assessments, to help vulnerable young people improve their parenting skills.  Each client – usually referred to us by local authorities – moves into one of 13 self-contained flats, which are staffed 24 hours a day. They …

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Real life stories

Read about young people who have lived at YMCA West London.

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Support for non-residents

As well as offering practical and emotional support to young people who live in YMCA housing, we can also help you in your own home or when you come to one of our centres. The two projects we run in this way are for Young mothers in Ealing Free help for mothers or pregnant women …

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Supported housing

    Are you aged 16-35 and have nowhere to go? If you’re a young person who is facing or already dealing with homelessness, you’ll be feeling anxious, frightened and alone. We are here to help. You might be able to move into one of our residences – where you will receive support from our staff – …

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