Skip to content
Framework staff

Covering Nottinghamshire, Lincolnshire, Derbyshire and Sheffield.

Our services are varied and include: homelessness and housing crisis support, gender-specific support, teenage parents and young people support, alcohol and drug use support, refugee support, employment support, mental health support including a team of dedicated psychologists, offender support and complex needs support.

They are delivered in variety of ways including residential support, floating support, clinical-based support and accommodation-based support.

Most of our services require a referral via a local authority or other organisation such as the NHS. You can find out more on our Get Help page. A small number accept self-referrals and these are detailed on our individual service pages which you access below.

Help us end homelessness today

The average age a man sleeping on the streets will die is 45. For a woman it is 41. That’s over 30 years less than the average life expectancy in the UK.

Our work is helping people off the streets and into safe accommodation, giving them the chance for a better future and a fulfilled life. In many cases, we are literally saving lives.

Register for our dedicated updates to stay informed and find out how you can support us.

Framework service user