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  • LB Islington - Housing Aid Centre

    Housing Departm

    Assessment of entitlement to housing for people who are homeless or threatened with homelessness. Housing provided for people considered in priority need of housing. Tenancy relations service, general housing advice and advice and assistance for single and non-priority homeless people. Rent deposit scheme. Out of hours emergencies phone Town Hall 020 7527 2000 (after 6pm). This service helps: General public, including people who are or may be priority homeless.

  • Peter Bedford HA - Islington

    Accommodation

    This service helps: Single people aged 18+ who are homeless or living in inappropriate or insecure accommodation, and those with mental health issues. Priority to those with a local connection to LB Islington.

  • The Margins Project (Union Chapel)

    Day centre 0.19 miles away

    Margins run two weekly crisis drop-ins, Monday 11am- 2pm and Wednesday 11am -2pm.The drop-ins offer food, a hot shower and support covering housing and benefit issues. Run a winter night shelter night from January to March. Offer paid work in café and office on trainee programme. Offer therapy, ESOL tuition and therapy. This service helps: Homeless people, ex-homeless people, those who are lonely, isolated or marginalised.

  • One Housing Group -Young People's Service (Islington)

    Accommodation 0.20 miles away

    This service helps: Single homeless people aged 16-21 with a range of support needs, who have been identified as statutory homeless by LB Islington. Must have a local connection to LB Islington.

  • The Manna

    Day centre 0.23 miles away

    Drop-in for homeless and marginalised people, offering friendly support , advice and support. Evening meals are offered Tuesday, lunch on Wednesday. Alcohol & drugs worker & access to health services. Clothes store, showers, washing machine & tumble drier (£1 per wash). Various activities, including gardening, cooking classes, womens group, art, choir, table tennis, pool, poetry group & cookery classes. rough sleepers drop in Friday. This service helps: Homeless or unemployed people.

  • Smart Works

    Advice 0.53 miles away

    Help for disadvantaged women to take up employment opportunities through the provision of professional attire. Women are provided with a suit (and, if necessary, accessories) appropriate for an interview. Additional clothing is available once the client has found a job. Also offer mentoring for women returning to work, workshops on interview techniques, CVs and applications, motivation skills. This service helps: Disadvantaged women.

  • The Basement (Liverpool)

    Day centre 0.70 miles away

    Daytime & evening drop-in services for people experiencing homelessness or sleeping rough. Access to housing advice, counselling, drug & alcohol support on a drop-in basis. Access to shower & laundry facilities. Education & training programmes on-site & in partnership with local colleges. Street outreach service for street drinkers. Outreach at the Royal Hospital. This service helps: People experiencing homelessness or sleeping rough.

  • Hope Worldwide

    Advice 0.75 miles away

    Advice for homeless people, including referrals to hostels and assistance with finding private rented accommodation. Also provide a residential drug and alcohol rehabilitation programme and a volunteer mentoring programme for people who have been through the rehab programme or the homelessness programme. This service helps: Single people with no to low support needs who are experiencing homelessness.

  • Stonewall Housing

    Accommodation 0.75 miles away

    This service helps: For LGBT+ people only. Those in London with housing need, with low / medium support needs. We provide mental health advocacy for 16-25’s. Provides DV mental health advocacy for all ages. Provides housing advice for those fleeing DV across the country. Has a range of advice services see website for further info. LGBT+ specific supported housing for 16-25’s for young people (under 25) with a connection to Hackney, Haringey, Islington or Newham. Co-deliver supported housing to a further 12 people in partnership with St Mungos, 6 in a trans/non-binary specific house and a further 3 male 3 female (cisgender or transgender) based in Newham but local connection is not required.

  • Stonewall Housing Advice Line

    Advice 0.75 miles away

    Telephone advice and information for lesbians, gay men, bisexual and transgender people on homelessness, housing options, harassment and finding accommodation. Also, offer casework and tenancy support. Housing advice drop-in service on the 3rd Thursday of every month 5-7pm at Wood Green Library. This service helps: Lesbians, gay men, bisexuals and transgender people in housing need or with housing problems.

  • SHP - Arundel Project

    Accommodation 0.77 miles away

    This service helps: Arundel Project is staffed 24/7 and provides accommodation and on-site support for people with primary diagnosis of mental ill health, who may also have secondary needs relating to substance use, offending etc. Many of the clients spent a considerable amount of time in hospital or had multiple admissions under the Mental Health Act. The service works in partnership with other agencies such as Community Mental Health Teams, Assertive Outreach Teams and Crisis Team and majority of the clients have a care coordinator in secondary care services.

  • Dogs Trust - Hope Project

    Advice 0.78 miles away

    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.

  • SHP - Highbury New Park

    Accommodation 0.83 miles away

    This service helps: People who have a significant offending history and are homeless but are deemed ready for a service with a low level of support (Monday to Friday 8-4pm). Must have a connection with London Borough of Islington.

  • Barnardo's - Young Women's Project

    Advice 0.94 miles away

    Safe place for girls and young women at risk of sexual exploitation (aged 12-18) to relax and socialise. One-to-one support from keyworkers. Sexual health service, including advice, pregnancy testing, contraception and emergency contraception. Food and drink. Music, drama, art, photography. Showers and washing facilities. TV and video. Computers. By referral from Social Services. This service helps: Girls and young women aged 12-18 who are at risk of sexual exploitation.

  • Sapphire Independent Housing - Bethany House

    Accommodation 0.96 miles away

    This service helps: Single homeless women with support needs, including care leavers, and those with substance abuse problems who are on a support programme. Must have a local connection to LB Islington.

  • Shelter - London Housing Advice Appointment Service

    Advice 0.98 miles away

    Specialist advice on housing, debt and welfare for people over the age of 25. Services include help accessing employment, accommodation and local services. These services are provided at outreach sessions (by appointment only) in Hackney, Newham, Camden, Hammersmith and Fulham, Barking, Lambeth, Bromley, Barnet, Ealing and Lewisham. This service helps: People over the age of 25 who are homeless or with a housing related problem.

  • Shelter London - Public Advice Line

    Advice 0.98 miles away

    Specialist telephone advice on matters relating to housing, debt and welfare for people over the age of 25. This service helps: People over the age of 25 who are homeless or with a housing related problem.

  • Gems

    Advice 1.09 miles away

    Housing advice, tenancy support and advocacy for vulnerable homeless people on a range of issues. Education and employment training. Activities, include Gems FC (Football), ICT / Computing and Music workshops. This service helps: Homeless people. Young adults. Rough sleepers.

  • SHP - Dennis Handfield House

    Accommodation 1.11 miles away

    This service helps: Single homeless people who require a high level of support and whose primary needs relate to drug and alcohol use. Can accept clients with mental health needs, rough sleepers and ex-offenders. Must have a local connection to LB Camden.

  • Peter Bedford HA - Hackney

    Accommodation 1.13 miles away

    This service helps: Single people aged 18+ who are homeless or living in inappropriate or insecure accommodation, we provide direct access enhanced housing management, general needs and peer landlord accommodation. Applicants for our EHM accommodation should have low needs. Applicants for our peer landlord or general needs accommodation should have no active support needs.

  • LB Camden - Housing Options & Advice Service

    Housing Departm 1.16 miles away

    Provides a range of housing advice services to tenants and people looking for accommodation including singles and families who are threatened with homelessness, private tenants, housing association or co-operative tenants and owner occupiers. Specialist advice on housing options and housing rights. This service helps: Private sector tenants, owner occupiers and people who are (or may become) homeless in Camden.

  • St Mungo's - Birkenhead Street

    Accommodation 1.17 miles away

    This service helps: Single homeless people, including those who have been sleeping rough and who have additional support needs. Can accept those with mental health problems, drug and/or alcohol problems, and a history of offending. 95% of applicants must have a local connection to LB Camden. Various bed stages:Assessment stage, Specialist, Engaging support and Move on. We do accept dogs.

  • Women at the Well

    Day centre 1.19 miles away

    Women-only drop-in centre for women with a complex range of needs relating to street based prostitution, offending & anti-social behaviour, problematic drug and alcohol abuse, rough sleeping & trafficking. Advice on housing, benefits, sexual health. Support around substance use and literacy. Counselling. Hot meals, laundry facilities, shower. Massage, acupuncture. Internet access. This service helps: Women who are involved in street prostitution, who are homeless, have drug or alcohol problems.

  • St Mungo's - Camden Mental Health SIH

    Accommodation 1.22 miles away

    This service helps: Single homeless people with mental health support needs, including people with drug and/or alcohol issues. Some projects may accept people with dogs. Must have local connection to LB Camden.

  • The Outside Project

    Accommodation 1.24 miles away

    This service helps: Crisis nightshelter for the LGBTIQ+ (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Intersex, Queer) community who feel endangered, who are homeless or 'hidden' homeless and feel they are on the outside of services due to historical and present prejudice in society and their homes.