Crisis Skylight Newcastle

If you are homeless and need emergency housing advice, please contact Newcastle City Council’s Housing Advice Centre.

If you are homeless or at immediate risk of becoming homeless, you can access Crisis’ services for free. They offer support with:

  • Engagement and Assessment: Drop in information and guidance for people who are sleeping rough and people threatened with homelessness in the next 6 months. No appointment needed. Open: Monday 10am to 2.30 pm, Wednesday 10am to 2.30 pm, Thursday 10am to 2.30pm and Friday 10am to 2.30 pm
  • Education: group and 1 to 1 sessions to help improve your wellbeing and life skills. Activities include: cooking, budgeting, outdoor pursuits, creativity, technical and tenancy skills.
  • Progression Coaches: will listen to your hopes and needs. To help guide and motivate you. 1 to 1 appointments available.
  • Health and well being: Mental health counselling. 1 to 1 appointments and group workshops available. They can help you with confidence, stress and anxiety.
  • Volunteering: build your skills, confidence and experience. Volunteer at Crisis or elsewhere.
  • Housing First Project works with housing providers in Newcastle to support up to 20 people to end their homelessness long term.

Contact them to get a copy of their course programme and their signposting booklet. With information about other organisations that can help.