How we can support you

How we can support you during COVID-19

We’re offering the following support to all vulnerable young people aged between 16-25

  • Tenancy Support
  • One to one counselling
  • General information, advice and support
  • Food parcels
  • Toiletry packs
  • Activity packs containing jigsaws, puzzles etc.
  • Various other essential items 

To access the above support please contact us on 01253 294477 or 07741 949544

We’re pleased to announce that our Day Centre is now back open to support young people on an appointment only basis, to book your appointment, contact us using the numbers above or message us via our young person’s only Facebook page ‘Streetlife Young People’.

Our Night Shelter is open on reduced capacity due to coronavirus – here’s how we can support you with emergency accommodation 

Our night shelter has re-opened on a reduced capacity of 4 beds from Sunday 1st November 2020.

The night shelter is re-open by referral only during COVID-19. In order to secure emergency accommodation contact our Duty Team on 01253 294477 and speak with a Duty Worker between Monday to Friday 9am till 4pm.

Our workers will let you know if there is a vacancy and check that you are happy to agree to the contract which includes COVID safety procedures.

If we are full we can take your details and put you on a waiting list. You can also contact Housing Options 01253 477760 or the Council’s Emergency Duty Team 01253 477600 for support.

Day Centre

Our inspirational day centre opened in 2011 after a full refurbishment funded with a grant from Ministries of Housing, Communities and Local Government.

Currently, our day centre is open Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday by appointment only on 01253 294477

Night Shelter (Currently closed due to COVID)

Our original Night Shelter opened in 1992 with 6 bedrooms.

After a full refurbishment with grant funding from the Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government we re-opened with a new purpose-built night shelter that can accommodate 8 young people.

How you can support Streetlife and help young vulnerable people in Blackpool