Short-term Supported Housing


YMCA Crewe provides generic temporary supported accommodation for those experiencing or at risk of homelessness.

Gresty Road has 30 single rooms with bathrooms and shared kitchens, 27 fully equipped apartment and 5 units of accommodation for statutorily homeless with shared facilities.  A separate space for up to 4 people on the No Second Night Out scheme is available for those threatened with longer term rough sleeping. 

Hungerford Road has 10 rooms with shared facilities for young people aged 16-19.

Alexander House has 8 spaces for single women or women with dependent children with a mix of shared and independent units. 

Move On We also provide 10 one bed flats dispersed in the community, mainly for move on. 

Each client has a support plan that is discussed, reviewed and agreed with a Life Coach. The focus of support lies on enabling and supporting people to live independently. In addition the Association provides a wide number of activities around well-being, employability and training. 

To access this support, visit the website:

Service Details

Office: 189 Gresty Road, Crewe, CW2 6EL (directions displayed on map)
YMCA Crewe
Service Type:
Housing with care and support
Age Range:
16 years and over
Eligibility criteria:
We provide a range of accommodation based support for people with a housing support need. This could be anything from help to claim the correct benefits, and life skills such as budgeting, to more complex support with things like drug and alcohol support,
Areas covered in Cheshire East:
  • Crewe
  • Nantwich
Is a referral required?:
Additional Referral Information:
Cheshire East Single Point of Access . There are no direct referral routes.
Age Band:
  • Children (5-18)
  • Young Adults (14-25)
  • Adults (18+)
  • Older People (65+)
Capacity of service:
Waiting List:
The Cheshire East Single Point of Access are aware of capacity and availability
Communication aids and support available:
  • Large Print Material
  • Translated Material
Additional information for assistance with communication:
We are able to make reasonable adaptations where possible and this will form part of the initial interview process.
Easily accessible by public transport?:
How is the service provided?:
  • Face to face
Additional information for assistance with accessibility:
We accommodate people experiencing homelessness with a range of needs and backgrounds.
Sector Type:
  • Registered Charity
Registered Charity Number:
Additional languages offered:
  • Polish
Provides support to:
  • People with an autistic spectrum disorder
  • People with dementia
  • People at risk of domestic abuse
  • Drug and/or alcohol misuse
  • People with mental health difficulties
  • Older people
  • People with physical disabilities
  • People with sensory impairment
  • People leaving prison
  • Teenage Parents
  • LGBT+
  • Minority Groups
  • People with challenging behaviour
  • Veterans

Opening Times

Days service available:
  • Every day
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Additional Opening Times:
Referrals are solely through Cheshire East Single Point of Access. However phone lines for information on services are open 9.00 am to 9.00 pm during the week and 2.00 pm to 9.00 pm at weekends.

This page was last updated on 03 October 2017

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This page was last updated on 03 October 2017


Contact Details

Contact Name:
Anna Charlton
01270 257673