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  • Aquarius - CAN Northamptonshire

    Day centre

    Services for people with alcohol and drug problems. Counselling, groupwork, advice and information. Relapse prevention, structured programmes. Family work. Children's worker. Day centres (also at Luton, Bedford, Corby and Wellingborough). Work with offenders in the community. Housing advice and tenancy support. Education and prevention work. This service helps: Anyone with or affected by drug or alcohol misuse. Homeless people. Children aged 5-12 years.

  • Back on Track

    Advice

    Education courses and support for vulnerable adults from four backgrounds: current and ex-offenders; people with substance misuse issues; people with mental health problems; people who are homeless/at risk of becoming homeless. Courses include basic skills, life skills, computing, art. Also offer mentoring and IAG. Also deliver courses in hostels, day centres and probation offices. This service helps: Substance misusers, those with mental health problems, current/ex-offenders, homeless people.

  • Barka UK - Reconnection Project

    Advice

    Street outreach work with Eastern European rough sleepers, who are destitute. Help people connect to homelessness day centres and work with them to prepare for reconnection with their families and communities. People can be referred to the Barka Network of Inclusion Program in Poland, where they can access detox, learn new work skills and build friendships with others who share their journey. This service helps: Eastern European nationals with no recourse to public funds who are destitute & sleeping rough.

  • Bradford StreetReach

    Advice

    Street outreach work with people aged 16+ who are sleeping rough, those with no permanent home and those at risk of homelessness. Support with accessing appropriate accommodation and sustaining a life away from the streets. Help with accessing other services including substance misuse and mental health support. Drop-in sessions at day centres and other services. This service helps: People aged 16+ who are sleeping rough, those with no permanent home, those at risk of homelessness.

  • Camden Health Improvement Practice

    Homeless health service

    Primary health care sessions at day centres and hostels throughout Camden. Health assessment and general health care. Well women checks. Hepatitis and HIV screening. Dental service. Alcohol and drug advice and treatment. Advice and assistance with using local health services, registering with a GP, finding a dentist or optician and on housing benefit. This service helps: People sleeping out or living in temporary accommodation, including asylum seekers and refugees.

  • Cardboard Citizens

    Day centre

    Homeless people's professional theatre company. Runs a range of workshops at Crisis Skylight in drama, dance, music, creative writing and circus skills for homeless people. In addition provides employment and training support for homeless people. Tours Forum Theatre production each year, which goes out to hostels, prisons day centres to engage with the service users. Also run workshops at the hub. This service helps: Homeless people.

  • Crisis at Christmas

    Accommodation

    This service helps: Rough sleepers and those with specialist needs, including substance abuse. Specialist centres for vulnerable women and those with high dependency needs.

  • Dogs Trust - Hope Project

    Advice

    Free neutering, vaccinations, microchipping, worming, flea treatment, and subsided emergency veterinary care for dogs whose owners are homeless/in housing crisis (squatting, sleeping rough, living in hostels, temporary accommodation, on unauthorised travellers's sites) through a veterinary entitlement card scheme. Advice for hostels, day centres, shelters on accepting clients with dogs. This service helps: Homeless dog owners, agencies working with homeless people/those in housing need.

  • Focus Homeless Outreach Team

    Advice

    Community mental health team offering support to homeless people with mental health problems. Street outreach work. Sessions in hostels and day centres. This service helps: Single homeless people with mental health problems.

  • GSTT Health Inclusion Team for Homeless People

    Homeless health service

    Primary health care services in hostels, day centres and other settings for homeless people in Lambeth, Lewisham and Southwark. Services provided by GP, nurse, dentist and chiropodist. Liaise with Accident and Emergency departments. This service helps: Homeless people sleeping out or in temporary accommodation.

  • Homeless Link

    Advice

    Membership body for organisations and individuals working with homeless people across England. Provide information advice & training, develop networks, undertake research & lobby for change. Members include day centres, resettlement services, open learning centres, hostels, local authorities & drugs advice agencies. Publish information on services for homeless people & other disadvantaged groups. This service helps: Organisations and individuals working with homeless people across England.

  • Leicester Homeless Outreach Team

    Advice

    Outreach support services for people who are sleeping rough in Leicester. Advice on benefits, information on GPs and other health services. Alcohol, drug and mental health referrals. Can accompany service users to appointments. Referrals to temporary hostel accommodation and Housing Options Centre. Contact with service users on the street or via day centres (where appointments are available). This service helps: People who are sleeping rough in Leicester. Will also respond to public reporting rough sleeping.

  • Nottingham Homeless Health Team

    Homeless health service

    Health care and advice provided by nurses for homeless people at hostels and day centres and street outreach. Midwife and health visitor for homeless families at refuges and other temporary accommodation. Outreach health care and help with accessing mainstream services. Joint clinics with local GPs and other voluntary sector agencies. This service helps: Single homeless people, homeless families and pregnant women. Vulnerably housed people.

  • Off the Fence - Project Antifreeze

    Day centre

    Outreach work and drop-in centre providing services to rough sleepers in Brighton and Hove. Cold weather support including sleeping bags, warm clothes, sandwiches and hot drinks. Advice, information and onward referrals to other support services such as hostels and rehabilitation centres. Outreach team works 8pm-10pm on 5 nights a week during winter and 3 nights during summer months. This service helps: Rough sleepers and people in temporary housing.

  • Open Door MK

    Day centre

    Two drop-in centres for people who are street homeless or vulnerably housed. Services include a hot meal, washing facilities, change of clothes, toiletries and food items. Also provide advice around housing, benefits and related issues. Other agencies attend the drop-ins to provide support around health and substance misuse issues. This service helps: People aged 16+ who are street homeless or vulnerably housed.

  • Redditch Nightstop

    Accommodation

    This service helps: Young single people aged 16-25 who are homeless or at risk of homelessness. No local connection required.

  • SIFA - Fireside

    Day centre

    Drop-in centres offering advice, practical help and a resettlement service for homeless and isolated people aged 18+ with mental health issues. Hot refreshments, showers and laundry for rough sleepers, nurse, chiropodist and dental services. Mental health support. Advocacy and outreach. Breakfast and lunch. Weekday activity programme. Training and employment service. This service helps: Anyone who is homeless, lonely or isolated, including those with alcohol related problems.

  • Start Team (Outreach for Homeless People)

    Homeless health service

    Assessment, treatment, care and advice for rough sleepers aged 18-65 with severe mental health problems, who are unable or unwilling to use other mental health care services. Work in day centres, hospitals and on the streets. This service helps: Rough sleepers with severe mental health problems who are not using other mental health services.

  • Street Homeless Prevention Team

    Advice

    Support service for street homeless people and those at risk of imminent street homelessness, working predominantly in the community via street outreach and in day centres. Referrals to hostels and housing projects, befriending, support around the risk of eviction, support for entrenched street homeless people. This service helps: Street homeless people and those at risk of imminent street homelessness.

  • Trident - Bramble Close

    Accommodation

    This service helps: Vulnerable adults in housing need, including people with mental health problems, people with learning disabilities, and people who are homeless or at risk of homelessness. Must have a local connection to the Birmingham area.

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