We offer supported housing to young people aged 16 – 25 years and beyond through a range of projects in different geographical locations

Supported Housing

Platform for Life – we have 4 house in B&NES for 18 – 25 year olds in education or employment. We offer you a room of you own and shared facilities. Staff are available to help support you in this transition to independent living. For more information click here

Nightstop – Supporting young 16 – 25 year olds in need of emergency accommodation with a safe place to stay in host houses. We also offer a Daystop support service at our main YMCA Bath site for young people who need help and guidance or just a chat and cup of tea – open during office hours. For more information click here

Bath Hostel

Bristol Wing – our commercial hostel allows us to maintain and fund 9 single bedrooms at the Bristol Wing to work directly with vulnerable young people in Bristol. For more information click here

Mendip and South Somerset 16-25 years – we provide 100+ units within a range of supported housing projects, alongside single, shared and emergency accommodation within the Mendip and South Somerset area. Offering a home and support needed by young people to develop skills, prepare for independent living and access to training, education, employment and social & leisure opportunities as part of the P2i contract.

Schemes include :

Move-On Move-Out (MOMO) – all ages
Deposit Scheme – applicable for 18 years + (Mendip Council area)
Tenancy Accreditation Scheme – applicable for  18 years + (Mendip Council area)
Resettlement Support
Move On Scheme – applicable for 16 years + (Mendip Council area)
Landlord scheme (Mendip Council area)

For more details click here

Mendip and South Somerset 25 years +   we have accommodation, such as an 8 bed supported housing project in Wells for people over the age of 25 years who find themselves homeless. This accommodation offers a home and support needed to help a person get back on their feet and access opportunities for building a better future and securing a tenancy.

For more information click here