Crisis Skylight Oxford

If you are homeless, are at immediate risk of becoming homeless, or have been homeless in the last two years, you can access our services for free.

We offer education, training and support in our centre in Oxford. Call us or come to our reception at 2pm Monday to Saturday to book an induction.

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Crisis Skylight Oxford
Old Fire Station
40 George Street
Opening hours

Mon – Tues 10am – 7pm, Wed – Fri 10am – 5.30pm, Saturday 10am – 4pm

Contact us:

T:01865 263 900


Skylight Director

Kate Cocker

Public transport

We are next to Gloucester Green bus station. There are five Park & Ride bus services in Oxford. The Oxford Railway Station is five minutes' walk away. Parking in central Oxford is expensive, and spaces can be limited.  The closest car parks are Worcester Street and underground at Gloucester Green. 

Our timetable

Our Spring term runs from Monday 10 April to Saturday 24 June 2017.

Activities timetable

How Crisis can help you in Oxford

Every year we work with thousands of people to help them rebuild their lives and leave homelessness behind for good. How we can help depends on someone's needs and situation.

One of our friendly experts will spend time with you to work out what you need. We could help you with:

Finding a home and settling in well
Finding work and applying for jobs
Looking after your health and wellbeing

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This Spring term we have a ‘Making Music’ class on Fridays for five weeks where you will work with a professional musician to produce a soundtrack for the play Hidden Spire. This is one of the many ways you can get involved in the project.

A new photography class starts in our Spring term and is part of ART IN CRISIS 2017. We are working with photographer Etain O’Carroll to create a public photography exhibition of members photographs under the title ‘What IF’ that will be displayed in Oxford City Centre.

As part of our new regular social events for members we kicked off the year celebrating Burns Night which was a huge success. Our second social of the year was a ‘Pie Night’ to celebrate British Pie Week. Help us plan the next social event.



Volunteer in Oxford

We often have volunteer roles as classroom assistants supporting our tutors, as well as receptionists, administrators and more.

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