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Homeground hostel offers accommodation to homeless young people between the ages of 16 to 21.  Each resident will receive support via a key worker according to their individual needs, with the aim of supporting young people to engage with education and employment and move on to stable accommodation.  

Practical and Emotional Support Provided:

  • A furnished room
  • Support to develop independent living skills such as budgeting, cooking etc.
  • Support workers on site 24 hours a day
  • Help with accessing and engaging with education and employment
  • Support to access benefits the young person is entitled to
  • Referral to specialist services including mental health, substance misuse services
  • Support to gain skills and confidence to sustain a tenancy via the Resettlement Passport program and access stable move-on accommodation
  • Group activities such football, cooking, bake off, fitness training, cinema evenings

How to access the service?

Young people who want to access the service must complete a Mainstay assessment at one of the Mainstay assessment points. This is how people in Liverpool who are homeless or at risk of homelessness access support. More information here.

The hostel also accepts direct referrals from Liverpool Social services for young people.

young people supported (17-18)

Homeless or at risk of homelessness?

If you or someone you know is homeless or at risk of homelessness, support is available. Click here to see the next steps to take in your area.

Location / Contact

Homeground Hostel
286/316 Scotland Road
L5 5AE

Tel: 0151 286 6010


Mount Vernon Green
Hall Lane
L7 8TF

Contact info

P: 0151 709 0990
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