Our emergency Night Shelter is direct-access meaning anyone with a local connection experiencing homelessness can speak with our team directly about needing our accommodation. We also accept referrals from representatives e.g. a Social Worker and are happy to discuss individual cases with professionals.

We'd like to thank Surrey County Council and Woking Borough Council for their ongoing support of our direct-access accommodation service.


Who can access our Night Shelter?

Both men and women (aged 18+) experiencing homelessness. Spaces are allocated on a first come first served basis. Priority will be given to those with a connection to the Boroughs of Woking or Waverley in Surrey. Prior referral from Waverley Borough Council is required.


What does the Night Shelter offer?

Our Night Shelter has eleven beds in a mixture of individual and shared rooms. Once you are offered a bed, our team conduct a brief assessment of your needs. You can initially stay up to 21 nights costing £2 per night, which includes dinner and breakfast.

During this time, you will be supported with any issues you're facing and advised on longer-term housing options. Anyone staying at our Night Shelter is also encouraged to visit our Day Centre 'The PROP' to take advantage of the support and activities on offer there during the day.


When is the Night Shelter open?

Our Night Shelter is open 365 nights of the year from 18:00 onwards and all day every Sunday.


Let us know if you have any questions about what to expect before your stay at our Night Shelter.

York Road Project is a registered charity in England and Wales #1162835 at 1 York Road, Woking GU22 7XH
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