North West Methodist City Mission
The Hostel provides accommodation for 47 single homeless men. We not only provide a home but we promote independent living. Our aim is to provide residents with encouragement and support until they are housed by the local housing authority. A resettlement programme runs within the hostel to enable the residents to become more independent and break the cycle of homelessness that many experience.
Ark Housing Association provides social and affordable homes for those in housing need. They deliver a wide range of specialist homes and services to meet the needs of families, older persons, and single person households. Their supported accommodation comprises of residential care, sheltered housing, frail elderly and dementia care, self-contained apartments for those suffering mental ill health and temporary accommodation and floating support for homeless families.
Belfast and Lisburn Women’s Aid
Belfast & Lisburn Women’s Aid is a member of Women’s Aid Federation Northern Ireland,
the lead voluntary organisation in the region addressing domestic abuse. We work with other local groups across NI, providing life-saving and life-changing services and support.
Together we will achieve a society where domestic abuse is not accepted, where women and children are safe.
HarmonI operate the Utility Street Mens Hostel. It has accommodation for 58 single men and one disabled occupancy space suitable for service users with wheelchair needs. The unit was built in 1982 by Habinteg Housing Association who own the building to this day, with HarmonI being the only renter to date.
Depaul exist to serve homeless individuals or families, at risk, caught in the spiral of homelessness, deprived of all control of their lives. When every door is closed to them Depaul is there because we believe they deserve help to rebuild their lives and progress to a positive future.
Telephone: 028 906 477 55
Barnardo’s Leaving Care Service
We’re changing the lives of children and young people across the UK. In 2019-20 we directly supported more than 358,800 children, young people, parents and carers.
The Barnardo’s Leaving Care Service provides residential placements to young care leavers aged between 16-23 years old. These placements are in residences at Annadale Avenue, Haywood Ave, Windsor Dr (Belfast) and Grove Road (Ballymena)
MindWise is a leading membership-based mental health charity in Northern Ireland. We have been working with and for people of all ages directly affected by mental health issues as well as families, carers, employers and teachers for over 50 years.
Telephone : 02890402323
Causeway and Mid-Ulster Women’s Aid
Causeway and Mid-Ulster Women’s Aid is a charity that provides temporary refuge, advice, education and legal support to women, children and young people experiencing domestic abuse.
North Down YMCA
North Down YMCA’s Housing Support Service provides free, short term, one-to-one housing related support to those experiencing Homelessness or any new or existing tenants/owner occupiers presenting with a Housing Need, aged 18-65 across North Down and Ards.
Tel: Main Office –028 91454290 /
07591 840404 – Floating Support Hub
Foyle Women’s Aid
Foyle Womens Aid is a charity based in Derry ~ Londonderry, Northern Ireland. We exist to eliminate domestic abuse and sexual violence, through raising awareness, preventive educational advice & support. Our domestic abuse & sexual violence services cover Derry~Londonderry, Strabane, Limavady & Dungiven.
One number for our services: (+44) (0) 28 71 416 800
Webchat also available.
Simon Community NI
The Mission of Simon Community NI is to end homelessness for people who need their help.
They offer specialist support services in Belfast and throughout Northern Ireland including homelessness prevention, accommodation services, health, well-being and practice development and young people’s support services.
Extern works alongside children, young people, and families facing challenges to empower positive change and support family unity.
They support people who are homeless or facing homelessness, those dealing with mental health issues and the impact of suicide, people experiencing problem drug and alcohol use and people living with problem gambling.
They also support refugees, the Traveller community and people living with an offending past, to change their lives.
The Westcourt Centre in Belfast aims to promote social inclusion and reduce disadvantage through education.
As part of the Edmund Rice Network, Westcourt is committed to working towards social justice by giving voice and support to people on the margins.
Since 2010, Westcourt has been working with local service providers to raise awareness of the issue of homelessness and support people impacted by homelessness by engaging in advocacy activities at local, national and international level.
Queens Quarter Housing
Queens Quarter Housing is a provider of accommodation and support services for single people experiencing homelessness based in the South Belfast area.
They work with our stakeholders N.I.H.E. and Supporting People to provide Dispersed Intensively Managed Emergency (DIME) accommodation and support services for individuals with multiple complex needs.
Utilising the multi-disciplinary approach to the provision of support they seek to promote positive and lasting outcomes for our service users as they work towards permanent resettlement in the community.
Telephone: 02890 313 183
First Housing Aid & Support Services (FHASS)
First Housing believes that everyone has a fundamental right to a home that is safe, secure, and affordable. They respond to the needs of people experiencing homelessness through initiatives focused towards providing quality accommodation and support.
These services are based on preventing individuals and families from becoming homeless in the first place, and the provision of accommodation and support to help ensure individuals achieve the skills they need for them to live independently in the community.
Telephone: 028 71266115
Action Ability Belfast
Action Ability Belfast is an organisation that promotes the social inclusion of people with disabilities into their communities. They provide various support services, such as advocacy, befriending, carer’s information, floating support, and social projects. They work with adults aged 18 and over who have physical, learning, or sensory disabilities. They operate in North and West Belfast and the Shankill area.
Telephone: +44 28 9023 6677
The Lighthouse Hostel
The work of our organisation is aimed at targeted assistance to men in the form of accommodation and shelter. This much needed facility accepts men experiencing homelessness aged between 18 and 65 years old from all over Northern Ireland. We are staffed 24 hours a day, 7 days a week as clients are deemed at risk, many clients not only have addiction and mental health issues but some also suffer from the dual diagnosis of having both mental health and addiction issues