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STAY in Boldshay / Assisi
Accommodation and housing-related support for people with multiple needs who are homeless or at risk of becoming homeless.
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Telephone: 01274 305683
Manager: Noor Elahi


STAY in Boldshay / Assisi is a supported accommodation service which is part of the STAY Multiple Needs Service. The service comprises two hostels: STAY in Boldshay and STAY in Assisi. 

Each hostel has 10 units of accomodation which are for men only. 

The hostels are located in Barkerend and Leeds Road areas of Bradford. Each unit of accomodation is self-contained with support available 24 hours a day, seven days a week. 


The service also provides a number of dispersed accommodation units for both men and women which comes under the strand of STAY in the Community. The dispersed units are located in Bradford, Shipley and Keighley and include one and two bedroom terraced houses, one bedroom self-contained flats and self-contained bedsits. There is a lower level of on-site staffing but support is available 24/7. 


The STAY Multiple Needs Service is for men and women aged 16 and over, with or without children. Typically, those receiving the service will have a high degree of housing need and may have experienced periods of homelessness or are experiencing unsettled lifestyles. 


To provide high quality housing-related support services to vulnerable people, which is responsive to their needs and aspirations in order to prevent them becoming homeless. 


To support and encourage clients to develop new and existing skills and gain confidence in their ability to manage their own homes independently. 


Fully furnished and equipped units, including laundry facilities. 

Referral Route:

To access this service, applicants will have to be assessed as eligible by Bradford Council’s Housing Options Service Single Point of Access (Gateway) – contact details are given below.
To be considered for the service, an applicant does not have to have a recognised diagnosis in terms of mental health or specific disability. The focus of the service is on the most vulnerable individuals with the highest level of need.

To make a referral please contact Housing Options directly on 01274 435999 or complete the attached Housing Related Support Referral Form and send to:

Support Type: 24 Hour Cover
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