Supported housing



Are you aged 16-35 and have nowhere to go?Supported housing

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  if you are in one of these scenarios:

  • 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 homeless
  • You have a physical or learning disability, mental health problem or criminal record (non-violent).

Phone 020 8832 1525 for advice.

“Living here has made a big difference in my life. I don’t know where I would be today if I hadn’t come here. I have been given so much support and so many opportunities.”


The Homelessness Transition Fund is an independent fund that
aims to protect essential services for homeless people, encourage innovation and
support communities to adopt the ‘No Second Night Out’ standard. The fund is
administered by Homeless Link with funds from the Department for Communities and
Local Government.




Support and training for young people

We believe that with the right help at the right time every young person can turn their life around – whatever their circumstances. The young people we help have complex lives and there’s rarely a simple or quick solution – but we don’t give up. YMCA West London provides direct services to over 6,000 young …

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What’s in it for me?

How you will benefit as one of our residents When you live with us, you get: Secure accommodation in your own room or self-contained flat for up to two years in one of our eight supported housing projects Self-catering facilities or catered rooms While a safe place to stay is a huge help, this alone …

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