South Tyneside Homelessness Consortium | Depaulcharity

South Tyneside Homelessness Consortium | Depaulcharity

Depaul helps people who are homeless, vulnerable and disadvantaged.

South Tyneside Homelessness Consortium

LocationWho we help
South TynesideWe help young people in South Tyneside aged from 16 to 24
How we helpHow to volunteer or get involved
Depaul UK, South Tyneside Churches KEY Project and Places for People work together as a consortium to meet the housing and support needs of vulnerable young people in South Tyneside.Get in touch with the Depaul Volunteer and Mentor Coordinator Amy Jobling on 0191 253 6191 or
Contact detailsAbout us
Contact Holly Curran-Armstrong on 0191 209 6705 or email holly.curran@depauluk.orgWe offer a prevention and intervention service with advice and assessment, family reconnect and social and educational work, stabilisation services with a range of supported housing schemes and resettlement services with move-on and floating support.

The South Tyneside Homelessness Consortium was formed in 2012 by Depaul UK, South Tyneside Churches KEY Project and Places for People.

The aim was to provide a more efficient and effective service for homeless young people in the borough than had previously existed.

Each organisation retains its own identity while working in partnership - sharing a collective vision of preventing homelessness and encouraging independence among young people.

The aim of the Consortium is to:

  • Provide better services to the young people whose needs it serves
  • Build a stronger and more effective support network within South Tyneside
  • Develop the capacity and experience of each of its partners
  • Give commissioners user-led, value-for-money services that embrace diversity and improvement and meet priorities
  • Work in partnership with agencies, service users, stakeholders and commissioners to develop services, increase choice and identify and address unmet needs




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