Nightstop MK is a brand new emergency accommodation service that is currently recruiting volunteers. The service hopes to begin hosting people facing homelessness in winter 2021. To enquire about volunteering, fill in the form below, or keep reading to find answers to some of our frequently asked questions.

Milton Keynes Enquiry Form

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What is Nightstop?

Nightstop MK offers emergency accommodation for young people facing homelessness. This accommodation is in the homes of trained and vetted volunteers, who are supported by professional staff. The community-focused approach provides a safe and warm environment that may be more suitable for young people than traditional homeless shelters.

The national Nightstop Network comprises of over 30 services across the UK and is run by national homeless charity Depaul UK. Hosts come from all walks of life.


Become a Nightstop MK Volunteer

Nightstop in Milton Keynes relies on the generosity of volunteer hosts and drivers. The hosts offer their spare bedrooms on a night-by-night basis, and receive expenses payments to cover the additional cost of having another person in the house. The drivers collect the guests from an arranged location and take them to their accommodation for the night. You can find out more information about becoming a Nightstop volunteer here and contact the Nightstop MK team using the details below.


How to access emergency accommodation in Milton Keynes?

Nightstop MK is not yet accepting referrals. If you or someone you know is in need of immediate help, information on how to access housing support from Milton Keynes Council can be found here.


How long can you stay at a Nightstop in Milton Keynes?

Placements usually last from one night to three weeks. During this time, the Nightstop MK team will work with clients to help them find more permanent accommodation. Most placements will involve staying with more than one host.


What’s included as part of the accommodation?

Young people are given a private room, a warm meal and access to washing facilities in a safe home. They will also have breakfast in the morning, and a packed lunch if they need one.


Contact Nightstop MK

If you would like to find out more about using the service or think you can offer young people a safe place to sleep, give the team a phone call, send an email or complete the enquiry form at the top of the page.

Telephone: 0330 555 0180


Facebook: @DepaulMiltonKeynes