More than £1m is to be ploughed into services in Lancashire to help combat homelessness across the county.
The money - a total of £1.5m - will be used to develop more facilities and support services at the Lancaster and District YMCA's premises in Lancaster.
It will also help provide short stay and move-on accommodation.
The cash has come from a £70m pot of government money to help homeless people gain confidence and skills to achieve independence by finding jobs.
Phil McGrath, general secretary of Lancaster and District YMCA, said: "This is brilliant news for the homeless people of the Lancaster district.
"It is a much welcomed boost to what we're sure will be a fabulous facility."