If you are homeless or at risk of becoming homeless, we can help you.
To us, homeless means sleeping on the streets or living in a hostel, shelter or refuge. It also means living in supported housing because you have been homeless, sofa surfing, or living with friends/family as you have nowhere else to go. And it can mean living in a B&B, a squat or other temporary accommodation.
What we offer
Whatever your past experience of education we can help you find learning opportunities that work for you. You can develop your skills and confidence with our free activities and have the opportunity to gain a qualification within a wide range of areas.
Some of the activities we offer are: IT, Cooking, Art, Yoga, Photography and many more!
Please see our Activity programme for a full overview of our activities and information.
We can also help source external learning opportunities as part of your individual progression.
Our Employment coaches can help with all areas of getting you ready for and finding work. We provide a tailored and flexible service to help you achieve your goals and focus on the future. We offer support to build your CV, experience mock interviews, find work placements, give you the opportunity to apply for grants and take part in courses to access work.
Our friendly coaches will listen to your hopes and needs, guide and motivate you until you get where you want to be. We support you to identify next steps and make the changes to reach your goal.
We can give you information, advice and support with all aspects of your housing needs. Together we can look at where you are now and work towards getting where you want to be. We also offer a Renting Ready programme which helps build skills, knowledge and confidence to gain and successful maintain accommodationw
Health and wellbeing
We offer mental health counselling, one to one appointments and drop in sessions, group workshops with different topics such as confidence, stress, anxiety and other support to make you feel well.
Volunteering is a great way to build your skills, confidence and experience. We can help you get ready to be a member volunteer at Crisis or explore external volunteering opportunities that are right for you.
When you join us you become a member of Crisis Skylight Newcastle. Take a look at information for members to find out about how you can get involved, give us feedback and let us know how we're doing.
Get in touch
If you would like to know more, or you are working with someone who would benefit from our support, you can get in touch by filling in the form below and we will get back to you within two working days.