Roundabout is strongly committed to preventing young people from becoming homeless and believes home is the best place to be if it is safe to be there.
By far the most common risk to a young person becoming homeless is problems with family, which often then leads to feeling the need to leave home. That’s why, in June 2014, we opened our new Homeless Prevention Service to offer advice and support to young people who at risk of becoming homeless due to family relationship breakdown.
The overall aim of the service is to help reduce the need for young people to present as homeless across the city, keeping young people safe and off the streets. This service has recently received funding from the Big Lottery Fund, enabling us to provide a sustainable service for the next five years.
In June 2017, we received some lovely feedback of our Prevention Service from The Sheffield College.
“On behalf of many of our students and staff here in Student Services at The Sheffield College I wanted to write and express our gratitude for the service that your staff have been able to provide during this academic year…” Click here to read more!
Our Homeless Prevention Service is based at 22 Union Street, Sheffield S1 2JP and is open Monday to Friday from 10am – 4.30pm (excluding bank holidays).