If you need emergency accommodation (i.e. if you can’t stay with family / friends whilst you look for a more permanent solution), you can contact these projects yourself.
The help they can offer will depend on vacancies and who they can help. Also, there may not be accommodation available in the area you want, so be prepared to look in other areas.
The Housing Executive and other professionals can refer you to other accommodation, including specialist services. So, be sure to contact them as soon as you can - they are there to help.
Women, with or without children, experiencing domestic violence. Accept boys aged under 16.
tel: 028 7035 8999
24 hr helpline: 0800 917 1414
Women, with or without children, experiencing domestic violence. Cannot accept boys over 16 years old. Priority given to women from the Western Board area.
tel: 028 6632 8898, 24 hour helpline: 0800 917 1414
Women and children (age restrictions on male children may apply) who have experienced domestic violence.
tel: 028 71416 800
helpline: 0800 917 1414
Women and children who have experienced domestic violence. Boys are accepted up to their 16th birthday.
24hr Helpline: 0808 802 1414
tel: 028 82 241 414
Single homeless people, including those with mental health problems.
tel: 028 7188 0739
Single homeless people and families. Priority given to applicants with a local connection to Strabane District Council area.
tel: 028 7138 3098
Young parents with support needs, including couples.
tel: 028 7134 4309
Young homeless people aged 16-25 with low to medium support needs. Can accept couples and people with children.
tel: 028 8225 9000
Young people aged 16-25 who need support in relation to their accommodation, including people with alcohol, drug or mental health problems.
tel: 028 7137 1849