Dom was an entrenched rough sleeper who was sleeping in an old car. After the bereavement of two close family members Dom suffered from depression and began self-medicating with alcohol. We worked with Dom for 1 year to secure housing and provide emotional support throughout his journey.
We met Travis when he was sleeping on the streets after being released from prison. Travis wanted to own a place of his own but living independently after all this time was daunting.
Ed lost his job and accommodation when coronavirus hit. He was sleeping in an old shed when we met him.
Beth had ended up on the streets after being attacked by a man she knew. We found Beth on the streets while on evening outreach in the city.
The outreach support worker at Simon on the Streets has been a constant source of support… They have provided humanity when practically no one else did.
Fabian has been supporting and volunteering for Simon On The Streets for over a year.
Dominik (real name not used) is Eastern European and street homeless. He routinely finds himself on the streets during the day with nowhere to go at night.
We have been working with Callum for over a year and, like many people we support, he has gone through cycles of sleeping rough, accessing accommodation and being back on the streets again.
Are you homeless?
Whether you’re out on the streets, sleeping on sofas, or at risk of losing your home, we’re here to support you. Get support in any of the cities we operate in: Leeds, Bradford, or Huddersfield.
Get support for someone you know
If you’re concerned about a rough sleeper you’ve seen in your area, or simply know someone who’s lost their home, you can learn more about the support available.