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  • 1625 Independent People

    Advice

    Range of services for young people aged 16-25 who are homeless or in housing need. Supported accommodation in Bristol. Housing support and advice in South Gloucestershire. Drop-in housing advice at Patchway (phone 0117 969 5763). This service helps: Young people aged 16-25 who are homeless or in housing need.

  • 1625 Independent People - Bristol Foyer

    Accommodation

    This service helps: Single homeless people aged 16-21 with support needs who are in/seeking training, education or employment. Applicants must have a local connection to Bristol.

  • 1625 Independent People - Housing Schemes

    Accommodation

    This service helps: Young single people aged 16-25 with low support needs who are homeless or in housing need and have a local connection to the Bristol area. Applicants must be willing to engage with the support on offer.

  • 1625 Independent People - St George House

    Accommodation

    This service helps: Young single people aged 16-21 who are homeless or at risk of homelessness and have high support needs. Local connection to Bristol required.

  • 240 Project

    Day centre

    Activity centre for ex-homeless people who have been resettled in the area (especially those at risk of losing their tenancies), and for people who are vulnerable or excluded. Social activities, weekly workshops in drama, art, music, poetry, cooking. Free lunch Monday-Wednesday. Motivational group. Peer to peer education. Adult literacy. This service helps: Homeless people recently resettled in West London and vulnerable, excluded people aged 20+.

  • 2A High Street

    Accommodation

    This service helps: Young single homeless people. Local connection required.

  • 700 Club - Hope House

    Accommodation

    This service helps: Single homeless people with a local connection to Darlington.

  • 700 Club - St George's Hall

    Accommodation

    This service helps: Homeless people with medium to high support needs. Priority given to applicants with a local connection to Darlington.

  • 999 Club

    Day centre

    Drop-in centre offering social and practical support for the homeless and those with alcohol, drug, and mental and physical health problems. Tea and toast served all day, light lunch. Laundry facilities. Advice and advocacy in relation to wide range of benefit issues and support in finding housing. Free nursery for children of disadvantaged families. On site consultations by NHS nurses. This service helps: People aged 18+ with a variety of support needs, including alcohol/drug misuse and housing problems.

  • 999 Club Nightshelter

    Accommodation

    This service helps: Homeless people who would otherwise be rough sleeping. Local connection to London Borough of Lewisham. Identification required. No dogs allowed. Must be in receipt of benefits or eligible for benefits.

  • A1 Housing Bassetlaw

    Housing department

    General housing and benefits advice and information for private and council tenants and the general public. Council tax advice. Out of hours emergencies phone 0800 590542. This service helps: Private sector and council tenants, general public.

  • A2 Dominion - City Road

    Accommodation

    This service helps: Vulnerable young single homeless people aged 16-21.

  • A2 Dominion - Simon House

    Accommodation

    This service helps: Single homeless people who are vulnerable due to drug/alcohol dependency, mental health issues, learning difficulties, physical disabilities, old age. Can accept 2 couples. 6 beds for under 25s. Must have local connection.

  • A2 Dominion - Westgate Place

    Accommodation

    This service helps: Vulnerable young single homeless people with a local connection to the Winchester area.

  • Ability HA - Shepton House

    Accommodation

    This service helps: People who are homeless or in housing need. Must have support needs and evidence of previously managing a tenancy. Prioritise applicants with a local connection to Reading.

  • Ability HA - Southampton Street

    Accommodation

    This service helps: People who are homeless or in housing need. Must have support needs and evidence of previously managing a tenancy. Prioritise applicants with a local connection to Reading.

  • Ability Housing Association - Reading

    Advice

    Floating support service for single people without dependents who need support to obtain and/or keep appropriate housing. Also offer advice and information on housing options and sources of specialist advice. This service helps: Single people without dependents who are in housing need.

  • Access Community Trust - Fyffe Centre

    Accommodation

    This service helps: Single homeless people who are eligible for housing benefit. Local connection will be prioritised.

  • Access Community Trust - Phoenix House

    Accommodation

    This service helps: Young single homeless people aged 16-25. Plus 1 emergency room for a single person aged 16-17. No local connection required.

  • Accommodation Concern

    Advice

    Advice and casework for anyone with housing problems, including homelessness. Advice and assistance with finding and keeping accommodation and street outreach (rough sleepers)services. This service helps: Anyone resident in Kettering or Corby with a housing problem, including homelessness.

  • Ace of Clubs

    Day centre

    Day centre for the homeless, vulnerable and others in need. Cheap meals, access to physical and mental health care, laundry, shower facilities. Advice on benefits and housing Monday-Friday. Advice on finding accommodation. Welfare advice. IT Suite with basic computing lessons and internet café sessions for online benefit claims and job searches. Food & safety classes. This service helps: Homeless and vulnerable people and others in need in the local community aged 16+.

  • Ackee Housing Project

    Accommodation

    This service helps: Young single homeless black women aged 16-25 with low-medium support needs. Must have a local connection to LB Haringey. Priority to those who have been in local authority care.

  • Action for Children - Bayswater Families Centre

    Day centre

    Support for vulnerable families in Westminster who are homeless, in temporary accommodation or threatened with homelessness, families who have experienced domestic abuse or those needing parenting or employability support. Drop-in Advice for those affected by Welfare Benefit reforms - Tuesday 1pm-3pm. Play and crèche sessions for parents and children attending the centre. This service helps: Families who are homeless, in danger of becoming homeless, on low incomes, asylum seekers, refugees.

  • Action for Children - West Suffolk Shared Housing

    Accommodation

    This service helps: Young single homeless people aged 16-24 with support needs. Priority given to people with a local connection. Must be willing to engage with the support on offer.

  • Action for Children - Youth Reach

    Advice

    Services for young people leaving local authority care. Help with benefits, accommodation, work, leisure, relationship problems. Referrals accepted only via social services. This service helps: Care leavers from the age of 15½.

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