Everyone who is homeless or at risk of homelessness will receive a warm welcome at Shiloh. We offer a safe place where they will be accepted and supported throughout their time with us. We work alongside every ‘guest’ of Shiloh, Read More ...
Shiloh is an inspiring place where volunteers are supported to help make a lasting difference in people’s lives. We are very proud of our achievements, especially that in 2018 we received the Queen’s Award for Voluntary Service. Read More ...
We desperately need your support to help us to change lives and help people out of homelessness. We rely on voluntary donations to provide support, advice, training and activities to everyone who comes to us for help. All of our Read More ...
Our centre is open for one to one advice & small group activities. Our revised range of services is now appointment-only and is of course, subject to changing govt guidance. Click here to view our services and new opening times. If you or someone you know needs our help, please contact us.
Shiloh is a charity that offers support to adults who are homeless or at risk of becoming homeless. We offer housing advice, education & training, creative activities and support for health and addictions. We also offer practical help including a healthy breakfast & lunch, laundry services, hairdressing, clothing and bedding. Founded in 1992, our caring team of staff and volunteers work with partner organisations to provide meaningful opportunities that help bring about positive change in the lives of our guests.
Opening times from 12th October 2020
MON – 10.30am to 12.30pm: Activities & Learning (see leaflet) TUES – One to one appointments WED – 10.30am to 12.30pm: Activities & Learning (see leaflet) THURS – One to one appointments FRI – 10.30am to 12.30pm: Activities & Learning (see leaflet)
Supporting rough sleepers
Shiloh is not an emergency service if you are a rough sleeper or know someone who is, please contact Rotherham Council as soon as possible tel 01709336009 or out of hours by calling 07748143170. RMBC have a ‘no second night out’ approach to tackling rough sleeping. You can also contact StreetLinkwho have a national rough sleeper helpline, they can also offer advice and support. This national initiative aims to ensure that no one new to the streets spends more than one night sleeping rough.