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  • Birkenhead Forum HA - Ash Villas

    Accommodation 0.46 miles away

    This service helps: Young single homeless people in need of support. Priority given to applicants with a local connection to the Wirral.

  • Wirral Churches Ark Project

    Day centre 1.61 miles away

    Day centre which is training centre for those homeless and vulnerably housed, in conjunction w/ Crisis Skylight. Controlled drinking environment for the target group of street drinking and can access tea, coffee and light snacks This service helps: People who are homeless, living in hostel accommodation, or threatened with homelessness.

  • Birkenhead Forum HA - The Bridge Project

    Accommodation 1.64 miles away

    This service helps: Young single homeless people aged 16-25. Local connection required.

  • Birkenhead Forum HA - Market Wells Foyer

    Accommodation 1.73 miles away

    This service helps: Young single homeless people aged 16-25 with support needs, including teenage single parents with babies. Local connection required.

  • Birkenhead Forum HA - Wirral Houses

    Accommodation 1.74 miles away

    This service helps: Young single people aged 16-18, who are in need of semi-supported accommodation. Must have a local connection.

  • Wirral Council - Housing Options

    Housing department 1.77 miles away

    Advice, support and assistance for the general public on housing related matters. This service helps: People who need housing advice.

  • Phoenix Futures - Town Centre Outreach Service

    Advice 1.86 miles away

    Street outreach work with people sleeping rough in Birkenhead town centre. Support with addressing substance misuse and related health problems, finding hostel accommodation and registering as homeless, obtaining benefits advice, finding a GP and accessing other appropriate services. Also run advice surgeries at various venues in the Wirral. This service helps: People sleeping rough in the centre of Birkenhead.

  • Plus Dane Housing Group - Anne Conway House

    Accommodation 2.05 miles away

    This service helps: Single homeless people aged over 18. Targeted at clients who may have substance misuse issues, mental health, offending and homelessness.

  • YMCA Liverpool

    Accommodation 2.05 miles away

    This service helps: Single homeless people, including rough sleepers, ex-offenders and people with drug and alcohol problems.

  • Liverpool City Council - Housing Options Service

    Housing department 2.18 miles away

    Homelessness prevention and assessment service. Advice and information for people who are homeless or threatened with homelessness on finding accommodation, prevention work including mediation, negotiation with landlords, rent deposit scheme. Assessment of priority need under the Housing Act. Service available through the Council's One Stop Shops. Telephone service 24 hours a day. This service helps: People who are homeless or threatened with homelessness.

  • Birkenhead Forum HA - The Beacon Project

    Accommodation 2.47 miles away

    This service helps: Young single people aged 16-25 with support needs, including ex-offenders and people with mental health issues. Can accommodate 9 single parents with babies. Local connection required.

  • Local Solutions - Homeground

    Accommodation 2.53 miles away

    This service helps: Single homeless people with complex support needs aged 16-21. Priority given to those with local connection. Unless reough sleeping

  • Missionaries of Charity (Liverpool)

    Accommodation 2.70 miles away

    This service helps: Single homeless men with low support needs who are sleeping rough. No local connection required.

  • The Basement (Liverpool)

    Day centre 2.70 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 onsite & in partnership with local colleges. Street outreach service for street drinkers. Outreach at the Royal Hospital. Residential and detox programme. This service helps: Homeless people aged 18+. Street drinkers, particularly those not engaged with available services.

  • Salvation Army - Ann Fowler House

    Accommodation 2.71 miles away

    This service helps: Supported Lifehouse based in Liverpool for single men and women over the age of 16, that have found themselves to be homeless.

  • The Whitechapel Centre

    Day centre 2.84 miles away

    Rough sleeper enablement centre providing crisis intervention, advice, washing facilities, primary health care, mental health support, daily activity programme and support to find training and employment. No Second Night Out sit up service. Resettlement support. Private Rented Sector Bond Scheme. Supported housing for people with drug, alcohol or mental health issues. Street outreach team. This service helps: People who are homeless or at risk of homelessness.

  • Riverside - Shaw Street

    Accommodation 2.94 miles away

    This service helps: Single homeless. Do not need a local connection.

  • Sefton Metropolitan Borough Council - Housing Options

    Housing department 3.17 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. Also offer general housing advice and information for private and council tenants and homeless people. Out of hours phone 0151 920 8234. This service helps: General public, including people who are or may be priority homeless.

  • Salvation Army - Bootle Day Centre

    Day centre 3.41 miles away

    Day centre for people in need, including homeless people and people with mental health problems, alcohol or drug problems, ex-offenders, single parents. Provides meals, clothing, signposting for benefits advice, training and education services. Mothers and toddlers groups. Health care. Referral to detox services. Dads Plus Us club every Saturday morning 10am - 12 noon during term time. This service helps: Homeless people, people with mental health, alcohol or drug problems, ex-offenders, single parents.

  • Leicester City Council - Border House Families Project

    Accommodation 3.48 miles away

    This service helps: Homeless families, couples with children, pregnant women (must be 16 weeks plus). Accept same sex couples. Must have local connection (unless fleeing violence).

  • Local Solutions - Accommodation Project

    Advice 3.50 miles away

    Social welfare projects for vulnerable and excluded people. Includes community safety initiatives, energy conservation schemes and domiciliary care. Support for carers and elderly and disabled people. Also run training programmes leading to national vocational qualifications. Offers accommodation, education and training advice, benefits advice and resettlement support for 16 & 17 year olds. This service helps: Disabled people, older people, carers, children, young homeless people, unemployed people.

  • Nugent Care - Housing Support Unit

    Advice 3.71 miles away

    Housing Support Unit providing a floating support service and pre tenancy service to clients at risk of homelessness or moving into their new home. Supported accommodation service provides accommodation up to 2 years with support to move on to their own tenancies. Starter packs such as bedding, pots and pans etc via Material and Welfare Aid Scheme. This service helps: Homeless people. Those with drug/alcohol problems or a learning disability. Vulnerable older people.

  • Local Solutions - Sefton Supported Lodgings

    Accommodation 3.86 miles away

    Supported lodgings scheme for young homeless people aged 16-18. Accommodation is with registered householders in the Merseyside area. The scheme includes advice on education and training, welfare benefits, money and budgeting, health care and life skills. Also liaises with other specialist agencies and offers support with moving into independent housing. This service helps: Young single homeless people aged 16-18. A local connection is required.

  • New Start - Dispersed Tenancies Service

    Accommodation 3.88 miles away

    This service helps: Single homeless people with support needs, including those with mental health or alcohol problems and ex-offenders. Local connection required. May accept people with a dog.

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