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  • Adullam Homes HA - Salisbury House

    Accommodation

    This service helps: Young single people aged 18-24 who are homeless. Applicants must have a local connection to High Peak or Derbyshire.

  • Framework - Homelessness Prevention Service

    Advice

    Support for people to maintain their home and reduce the risk of potential homelessness. Tailored support packages established to deliver crisis interventions, one off advice sessions, individually planned support programs and lower level intervention. Support via drop in surgeries offers a wide range of support, including dealing with homeless applications, evictions and court proceedings. This service helps: People aged 16+ who live in Nottinghamshire and are homeless or at risk of homelessness.

  • Imaani Project

    Accommodation 0.32 miles away

    This service helps: Single women, including those in the early stages of pregnancy, who are deemed vulnerable or at risk of becoming homeless. Priority given to applicants with a local connection.

  • The Bridge Centre

    Advice 0.47 miles away

    Drop-in centre for the local community. Affordable meals, second hand clothes, leisure activities, volunteering opportunities. Signposting to welfare rights advice. Contact The Bridge Centre for Lettings Opportunities. This service helps: The local community, particularly those who are disadvantaged or socially excluded.

  • Karibu Foyer

    Accommodation 0.47 miles away

    This service helps: Refugees low to medium support needs. Priority given to applicants with a local connection to Nottingham City.

  • Nottingham Nightstop

    Accommodation 0.73 miles away

    This service helps: Single young people aged 16-25 who are homeless, at risk of homelessness or vulnerably housed. No local connection required.

  • Nottinghamshire YMCA - Shakespeare Street Hostel

    Accommodation 0.83 miles away

    This service helps: Single homeless people with support needs. Priority is given to applicants from Nottingham, Gedling, Rushcliffe and Broxtowe.

  • Nottingham Homeless Health Team

    Homeless health service 1.16 miles away

    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.

  • Notts Housing Advice

    Advice 1.17 miles away

    Advice, advocacy and representation for people who are homeless or badly housed. Areas covered include security of tenure, disrepair, homelessness, harassment and illegal eviction, housing benefit, seeking accommodation, rehousing, rent and mortgage arrears, possession proceedings. Outreach service in Newark on Thursday and Mansfield on Friday. Drop-in service at Nottingham Housing Aid on Monday. This service helps: Anyone who is homeless or badly housed.

  • Emmanuel House

    Day centre 1.20 miles away

    Day centre for homeless and vulnerable people. General advice and support, referrals to specialist agencies. Referrals to emergency and longer term housing. Housing advice, including pre-tenancy, resettlement and tenancy sustainment support. Help with jobsearch. Sessions with nurse, chiropodist and mental health outreach team. Showers, laundry, clothing store, meals. IT suite, access to phones. This service helps: Homeless and vulnerable people.

  • Base 51

    Day centre 1.21 miles away

    Drop-in for young people, including those who are homeless, sleeping rough, excluded from school & ex-offenders. Nurse prescriber clinics based at centre. Contraception & sexual health advice. Showers, laundry, clothing and counselling is offered This service helps: Young people aged 25 and under, including young homeless people.

  • Framework HA - Elizabeth House

    Accommodation 1.28 miles away

    This service helps: Single homeless people with a local connection to Gedling, Broxtowe or Rushcliffe only. Can accept applications from 2 couples, including same sex couples. Can accept up to 2 dogs.

  • Framework HA - London Road Service

    Accommodation 1.28 miles away

    This service helps: Rough sleepers and other single homeless people, including ex-offenders, those with criminal justice orders, and people with alcohol, drugs and mental health issues. Priority to rough sleepers, prison or hospital leavers and people with local connection to Nottingham City. We accept owners and their dogs 5 only at any one time.

  • Framework HA - Men's Complex Needs Service

    Accommodation 1.28 miles away

    This service helps: Single homeless men aged 18 and over with complex needs due to a chaotic lifestyle which could include a history of rough sleeping, alcohol and/or drug misuse, untreated medical and physical health needs, offending behaviours. Must be committed and show willingness to engage with external support services.

  • Framework HA - New Albion

    Accommodation 1.28 miles away

    This service helps: Single homeless people and couples assessed as being in priority need by Nottingham City Council. Can accept people with dogs. Priority to those with a local connection to Nottingham City.

  • Framework HA - Older Person's Project

    Accommodation 1.28 miles away

    This service helps: Older single men and women aged 49+ with a history of homelessness or insecure housing and a range of support needs, including mental health, learning difficulties and alcohol/substance misuse. Priority given to applicants with a local connection.

  • Nacro - Nottingham Young Persons Accommodation

    Accommodation 1.28 miles away

    This service helps: Young single homeless people aged 16-25 who have been referred by Nottingham City Council Gateway. Must have local connection to Nottingham City. Accommodation available in 24 hour CORE support shared hostels and semi-independent flats across the city.

  • Nottingham City Council - Housing Aid

    Housing department 1.28 miles away

    Assessment of entitlement to housing for people who are homeless or threatened with homelessness. Provision of housing for people considered in priority need of housing. Temporary accommodation may be available while enquiries are made about eligibility. General housing advice and information for private and council tenants and homeless people. Out of hours emergencies phone 0115 915 3000. This service helps: People who are or may be priority homeless, and the general public.

  • Nottingham Community HA - Corporation Oaks

    Accommodation 1.28 miles away

    This service helps: Young single homeless people aged 16-25 with medium-high support needs. Priority given to applicants with a local connection to Nottingham City.

  • Nottingham Community HA - Retford YP Scheme

    Accommodation 1.28 miles away

    This service helps: Young single homeless people aged 16-21. No local connection required.

  • Nottingham Community Housing Association - Ozanam House

    Accommodation 1.28 miles away

    This service helps: Vulnerable young single homeless or potentially homeless women aged 16-25. Priority is given to applicants living in Nottingham City.

  • Nottingham Young Persons Accommodation

    Accommodation 1.28 miles away

    This service helps: People with offender or risk history and excluded from family home. Between 16 - 25 Must have a local connection.

  • Gedling Borough Council - Housing Services Department

    Housing department 2.31 miles away

    Assessment of homeless applicants and the operation of the Housing register, under the Housing Act. Assistance with securing private rented accommodation for homeless applicants in priority need. General housing advice to non-priority homeless people and those in housing need. Rent bond scheme. Out of hours emergencies phone 0800 096 0306. This service helps: People who are or may be priority homeless, and the general public.

  • The Friary

    Day centre 2.61 miles away

    Drop-in centre for homeless and unemployed people. Advice on issues around housing, debt and benefits. Food parcels, bedding, clothing. Showers, laundry and barber. Homeless health team, including GP and nurse. Dentistry, optometry and chiropody. Support around substance misuse issues. Hepatitis A and B vaccinations, HIV and hepatitis C tests. Social activities. IT suite. This service helps: Homeless people and unemployed people aged 16+.

  • Rushcliffe Borough Council - Housing Options Team

    Housing department 2.85 miles away

    Advice and information on housing for Rushcliffe residents. Provision of temporary accommodation for homeless people in priority need. Rent deposit scheme. Appointments must be made to see a housing officer, appointments can be made by phone or in writing. Out of hours emergency number 0115 914 1143. This service helps: Rushcliffe residents and people who are (or may be) priority homeless.

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