Crisis Skylight Newcastle

Crisis Skylight Newcastle supports people who are experiencing homelessness or are at risk of homelessness. To access support, our Engagement and Assessment Gateway is open on Mondays, Wednesday and Fridays 10am-1.30pm. You do not need an appointment.

You can also call us on 0191 2220622 or email us on enquiries.newcastle@crisis.org.uk.

If you are homeless and need emergency housing advice, then we encourage you to contact your Local Authority.

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Crisis Skylight Newcastle
City House
1-3 City Road
Newcastle upon Tyne
Opening hours

Please call us on 0191 222 0622 or email us at enquiries.newcastle@crisis.org.uk and we will get back to you as soon as possible, so we can arrange the support you need in the way that will keep you safe.

Contact us:

T:0191 222 0622


Skylight Director

Andrew Burnip

Public transport

Metro - the nearest Metro is Manors, a five minute walk.

Bus - nearest bus stops are City Centre and New Bridge Street.

Parking - Manors multi-storey car park; the purple multi-storey car park (NCP) at Newcastle city end of City Road; on-street metered parking on Melbourne Street and City Road.

Activity programme

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How Crisis can help you in Newcastle

Every year we work with thousands of people to help them rebuild their lives and leave homelessness behind for good. How we can help depends on someone's needs and situation.

One of our friendly coaches will spend time with you to work out what you need. We could help you with:

Finding a home and settling in well
Finding work and applying for jobs
Looking after your health and wellbeing



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We often have volunteer roles as classroom assistants, administrators and more.

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