Bristol Nightstop is a Caring in Bristol project that works directly with young homeless people aged 16-25, all year round, in the city of Bristol. When no other options are available, they arrange temporary and emergency accommodation for young homeless people – a safe place to stay in the homes of trained and vetted individuals through a volunteer ‘Host Network’. Bristol Nightstop Hosts will offer a warm room to stay in their own home, an evening meal, breakfast, support and compassion, and are recruited, trained, supported and supervised by project workers.
A Host is a special person who is able to offer a safe, supportive environment in their home on a temporary basis for one to three nights. If you are interested in finding out more about becoming a Host in the Avon area, follow the link to Nightstop's website below.