Our Navigator service is a new addition to our outreach work providing a tailored package of support for people involved in the criminal justice system, helping to break the inter-dependent cycles of offending and homelessness.

We're proud to provide this service thanks to support from the Office of the Police & Crime Commissioner for Surrey.


Who can access our Navigator support?

We provide one-to-one support for people experiencing homelessness, where their offending is jeopardising their chances of sustaining long-term accommodation. We accept referrals from professional representatives or you can self-refer if you meet the criteria below:

  • You are currently experiencing or facing homelessness in Surrey.
  • You have a history of low-level offending and involvement in the criminal justice system.
  • You are committed to stopping offending as part of our journey away from homelessness.

What support does our Navigator offer?

We work holistically to approach each individual's needs with a tailored package of support for all aspects of their life. In addition to providing support with housing and offending, we work together to create a personalised plan that could also include help with physical health, drugs or alcohol, relationships, debt and finances. We also encourage meaningful activities to build self-worth and confidence, contributing positively to the lives of others and building support networks through friends and family.


Let us know if you would like to find out more about the support offered through our Navigator service.

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