How we can help you at Crisis Skylight Oxford

Crisis Skylight Oxford is based in the Old Fire Station; we share this building with Arts at the Old Fire Station.

If you are homeless or at risk of homelessness, we can help you.

To us, homelessness means sleeping on the street. It also means sofa surfing or living with friends or family as you have no where else to go. It can mean living in a B&B, a squat or other temp accommodation with no plan to move on. You may be at risk of homelessness because you are unable to pay your rent or in debt, you may have received a Notice to Quit or have a difficult relationship with your landlord, you may have received warnings about your behaviour in the tenancy.

We offer 1:1 support to help you through your experience of homelessness. All of our services are free. We also offer practical and creative classes where you can meet people and explore new things you might enjoy.

Resolving your homelessness

You will be allocated  a lead worker who will work with you one to one to end your homelessness and try to find a suitable accommodation option for you. Your lead worker will also support you in other areas of your life that can help ensure you are able to maintain your accommodation. These could include helping you to look for work, advice around welfare benefits, advice around your rights as a tenant and practical support to help you maintain your tenancy.

Looking after your health and well being

Being homeless can have an impact on your mental and physical health. We can help rebuild your health and well being through classes, activities and advice on mental health and emotional well being.

Crisis member

When you join us you become a member of crisis Skylight Oxford. Take a look at our Information for member to find out how you can get involved, give us feedback or let us know how we are doing

Get in touch

If you would like to know more, you can get in touch by filling in the form below and we will get back to you within two working days.

Crisis Skylight Oxford supports people who are experiencing homelessness or are at risk of homelessness.