Hedley House

Hedley House

Housing and Homelessness

Introduction to Service

Hedley House provides safe and secure accommodation for young people aged 16-21 who are experiencing homelessness.

We support young people to access services to meet their emotional and mental health needs and to achieve their aspirations and goals in relations to education, training or employment.

Key Information

We offer:

  • 24/7 on-site support
  • A safe, secure home up until 21st birthday
  • Support for residents to access education, training or employment
  • A pathway to independence, including dispersed housing units with support

How to access

Referrals for Hedley House are through Durham County Council’s Children and Young People's Services.


Need help now?

If you are living in County Durham and are facing homelessness and in need of emergency help, contact Durham County Council on 08081 968 406.

How to contact

For general enquiries, you can contact us using the details below.

Please note that we are unable to accept direct referrals to Hedley House - all referrals are received via Durham County Council Children and Young People's Services.

Call us

0191 481 4131

Are you eligible?

Hedley House supports young people aged 16-21 who are living in County Durham.

Not eligible for this service?

Check out our service index below to find all of the services we currently offer which you can filter by location, service type and also by type of referral. Click "I am referring myself, a friend or a family member" to find services you can personally refer to.

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