They provide quality social housing. Most of their homes are homes for rent at prices significantly lower than those charged in the private market. And on tenancy terms which offer far greater security. They also provide affordable home ownership options on homes that people can purchase outright on the open market.
How to access
No offices. Just contact via phone or online
Apply via Derby council first to apply for listing
Derby City Mission exists to serve the city of Derby in Social Action and Christian Mission. We are good news to those who need it most; so we help those caught in debt at our Jubilee clinics and reach out to the homeless, drug addicts, street drinkers and refugees through our Recovery drop in and Night Shelter projects.
We are committed to empowering and fostering partnership within both the church and city agencies. For example, we partner with local churches in co-ordinating the Healing on the Streets (HOTS) and Street Pastor projects in Derby.
We are a group of community volunteers dedicating several evenings a week to go onto the streets of Derby to provide hot and cold food, drinks, clothing, bedding and social interaction for the homeless, rough sleepers, and vulnerable people who need our help.
The Hadhari Nari project consists of a women’s advice and information centre which acts as the main referral point for all women seeking refuge. It can also refer individuals to temporary secure accommodation. The advice and information centre offers counselling, support, pregnancy testing, outreach aftercare, self help group legal and health surgeries.
How to access?
36 St. James Road, Normanton, Derby
Derbyshire, DE23 8QX
Monday, Tuesday & Thursday 9am – 5pm
Self or professional referral over the phone. For males or females of any age who are currently a victim or have been a victim of domestic violence.
YMCA Derbyshire provides short term (up to 2 years) single room accommodation for male and female homeless people mainly between the ages of 16 and 30. In addition to accommodation support packages, a sustainable life skills programme, accredited learning programmes including initial assessments, work based learning and NVQs are offered. During school holidays a fully integrated play scheme for both mainstream and special needs children operates.
How to access?
Referrals made via Derby City Council – access the homelessness team. Not suitable for current drug users
770 London Road, Wilmorton
Derby, DE24 8UT
Open 24 hours
Volunteering: Yes – call or email to find out more
To help those in need and crisis across Derby and to help access services.
Stuart House Green Lane
St Peters Quarter