St George's House, in central Bristol provides supported housing for single young people, aged 16-21. It is a High Support Service, with 25 rooms and is staffed 24 hours.
The service provides emergency short-term housing, with support, for young people who are homeless or threatened with homelessness.
About St George’s House
St George’s House is a short walk away from main bus routes and a 10 minute walk away from central Bristol.
All rooms are fully furnished, including fridge, shower and toilet in each. Kitchens are shared. St Georges House is self-catering. Rooms are arranged in clusters (groups) with private entrances to each cluster
There are steps to the entrance, with a wheelchair friendly ramp
There is one ground floor flat, which is accessible and has adapted fittings
There are women-only clusters
All residents have their own room and cluster keys
Communal areas: Activity rooms, TV lounge, garden, IT facilities, laundry, bike store
24 hour access; communal areas close at midnight Sunday - Thursday and 2am on Friday / Saturday
Residents are expected to not stay out for more than two nights a week
Visitors are allowed between 9am and 9pm, but we do not allow overnight guests
Zero tolerance for alcohol and drug use
For full information about the service read St George's House Eligibility Criteria and Service Information (115Kb, pdf)
For further information on access, housing, services or to arrange a visit contact:
St Georges House
101 St Georges Road
Tel: 0117 9276600