If you're young and homeless needing help.
If you're aged 11 to 25, and homeless or facing adversity, Step by Step may be able to help including emergency accomodation. Just click here.Read more >
Volunteer, donate, host, sponsor and fundraise
There are many opportunities to help us help more young homeless people. If you're interested in getting involved, then you can learn more here.Read more >
Almost half of England's homeless are aged 16-24.
Of the 65,162 single homeless people with support needs in England, 30,335 (47%) were young people aged 16-24.Read more >
Learn more skills and enhance your potential
Our Training Services focus on increasing the skills and building the self-confidence. To learn more, click here.Read more >
Thursday 3rd July 2014
The 4th Step by Step Big Summer SleepOut was hosted at Aldershot Town Football Club's ESS Stadium on June 20th. Over 100 people...Read More
Step by Step, previously known as Emmaus Projects, was founded in 1992 with the objective of empowering young homeless and those facing adversity across Surrey, Hampshire and the surrounding area.
We offer free drop-in support and advice service for young people, together with a structured, progressive accommodation service including access to emergency shelter accommodation with support available 24/7 for those with a high level of needs.
Single rooms and semi-independent flats are offered within our Foyer buildings together with supported community flats throughout the locality.
We also offer one-to-one support, training to build skills and confidence towards independent living, an Education and Employment training programme, counselling services and a Family Mediation service aimed at reducing the number of young people who become homeless, by focusing on relationships and communication.
Step by Step empowers homeless young people and those facing adversity to achieve their full potential through all of these services.