Cherrytree Support Services Ltd
Who is the project for?
Who do we help?
Supported accommodation for 16 to 21 year olds who are homeless. Two projects, a twenty bedded site at Mickley Lane and an eight bedded site at Granville rd. Both projects are staffed 24/7. A safe, clean and friendly place for young people to live. Cherrytree support services are continually working towards a PIE framework and all staff attend PIE and TIC training and take part in regular reflective practice. Aim is to support young people to move into their own homes.
Minimum age accepted
Maximum age accepted
How to get a referral
All referrals come from Pathways (Housing Solutions) Sheffield City Council
All referrals for supported accommodation coming through the local authority housing department.
Length of stay
Support and accommodation
All young people work with a named key worker. Support is available 24/7. The key-worker will support the young person to move into their own home, helping the person to identify what they need to do to achieve this. Run a counselling and mediation service. Have a home and health service, this worker allows us to continue supporting the people once they have left supported accommodation and are living in their own homes. The whole organisation is committed to working towards a PIE framework using a TIC approach. Staff support young people with benefits, employment, training and education.
There are 20 bedspaces at Mickley Lane and 8 bed spaces at Granville Rd. Both sites have shared communal facilities.
Granville Road is based very close to the city Centre/train station. Mickley Lane is more rural and people can catch the 97/98 bus from the city centre to Totley.