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  • Aldwyck Housing Group - Hertsmere Lots Scheme

    Accommodation

    This service helps: Young single people aged 16-25 with low support needs who are homeless or in housing need. Also accept young pregnant women and single parents with children. Must have a local connection to Hertsmere Borough Council area.

  • Aldwyck Housing Group - N Herts YP Service

    Accommodation

    This service helps: Young single homeless people aged 16-25 with support needs, including care leavers. Can accommodate 2 single parents with children. Priority given to applicants with a local connection to the North Herts area.

  • Aldwyck Housing Group - Osborne House

    Accommodation

    This service helps: Young single homeless people aged 16-25 with low-medium support needs. Must have a local connection to the area and be registered with Broxbourne Council Housing Needs Section.

  • Aldwyck Housing Group - Swan Foyer

    Accommodation

    This service helps: Young single homeless people with support needs. Must have local connection at some point to Dacorum Borough Council area of 10 years or family/siblings have resided for a total of 10 years. Must be in, or prepared to engage with education, employment or training.

  • Aldwyck Housing Group - Young Persons Services

    Accommodation

    This service helps: Young single homeless people aged 16-25 with support needs, including those with drug, alcohol or mental health issues. Priority to applicants with a local connection to Stevenage Borough Council area.

  • Alexandra House

    Accommodation

    This service helps: Single homeless people. local connection is required.

  • All Saints Church, Islington

    Advice

    Food and social contact for people who are homeless and on the margins. Breakfast Tuesday and Thursday 10am-12 noon. Informal advice on finding emergency accommodation, signposting to other organisations and other issues around homelessness. This service helps: Homeless people.

  • Allerdale Borough Council - Housing Services

    Housing department

    General housing advice and information for private and housing association tenants and owner occupiers. People who are homeless or threatened with homelessness should phone 01900 702660. Out of hours emergencies phone 01900 871080. This service helps: Tenants and owner occupiers. People who are homeless or threatened with homelessness.

  • Alone in London Service

    Advice

    Support services for young people aged 16-25 who are homeless or at risk of becoming homeless. Services include: information and signposting; housing advice; advice on welfare benefits; general advocacy; help with getting into education, training & employment; counselling service; family mediation and mediation for young ex-offenders and their families. This service helps: Young people aged 16-25 who are homeless or at risk of becoming homeless.

  • Alt Bank House

    Accommodation

    This service helps: Single homeless people with support needs. Priority given to with a local connection to Knowsley.

  • AMAT (Ashdown Medway Accommodation Trust)

    Accommodation

    This service helps: Single homeless people aged 25 or over. May occasionally accept people aged 18+ if they have additional support in place. Can accept people with addiction, offending and mental health issues. Can accept couples. Can accept restricted number of people with pets. Local connection prioritised.

  • Amber Foundation - Ashley Court

    Accommodation

    This service helps: Young single homeless people aged 18-30, including ex-offenders and people with drug and alcohol problems. Those with a local connection prioritised.

  • Amber Foundation - Bythesea Lodge

    Accommodation

    This service helps: Homeless and unemployed young people aged 17-30 who "want to make a change in their life". Priority is given to those with a local connection to Wiltshire.

  • Amber Foundation - Farm Place

    Accommodation

    This service helps: Young single unemployed homeless people aged 18-30, including ex-offenders, people with previous drug and alcohol issues, and people with low level mental health issues. No local connection required.

  • Amicus Trust

    Accommodation

    This service helps: Single homeless people requiring a low-medium level of support. Mixed hostel: aged 16 and over. Men's and women's hostels: aged 16-25. Priority given to applicants with a local connection to Bedfordshire.

  • Anchor Centre

    Day centre

    "Wet" centre for street drinkers. Housing advice, including referrals to emergency and longer term housing, pre-tenancy support. general activities programme. Lounge, coffee bar, TV. Phone, internet access. Showers, Lunch mon, wed fri and breakfast club 830-930 This service helps: Street drinkers.

  • Anne Conway House

    Accommodation

    This service helps: Young single homeless people aged 18. No local connection required. Applicants must be willing to engage with the support on offer.

  • 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.

  • Arc Light

    Accommodation

    This service helps: Single homeless people with a local connection to York. Applicants without a local connection can be supported whilst appropriate alternative accommodation is found. Can accept applicants with dogs.

  • Arch (North Staffs)

    Advice

    Advice and support services for a range of people across Staffordshire. Work with people who are in housing need, families in need of support, victims and perpetrators of domestic violence, refugees and people seeking to return to education, training and employment. Accommodation for single people and families. This service helps: People in housing need, families, refugees, victims and perpetrators of domestic violence.

  • Arch Community Learning Services

    Advice

    Employability & lifeskills training for anyone aged 16+ wanting to develop self-confidence, increase self-esteem & re-engage in positive activity. Practical lifeskills including setting up & managing a home, basic DIY. Social activities. Creative workshops. Volunteer opportunities with local businesses. DIY training programme - trainees provide basic service to other vulnerable groups in the area. This service helps: Vulnerably housed people, including people living in supported housing aged 16+.

  • Arch North Staffs - Accommodation Services

    Accommodation

    This service helps: Single people who are homeless or in housing need. No local connection required.

  • Archway

    Advice

    Advice and support for young people including young people from minority ethnic communities, care leavers, drug users, ex-offenders, homeless young people, refugees and asylum seekers, single parents, young people with mental health problems. Counselling. Careers guidance, information and advice on housing, health, education, benefits. Housing support. English classes, group work activities. This service helps: Young people aged 16-25.

  • Archway Drop-In Centre

    Day centre

    Weekly drop-in for homeless people and those who are socially isolated or lonely, offering food (light snacks, tea, soup, sandwiches), a change of clothes and somewhere to spend time. Limited counselling, advice and information also available. Entrance costs 50 pence. This service helps: Homeless people, those who are lonely or isolated.

  • Arun District Council - Housing Options Team

    Housing department

    General housing advice and information to private and council tenants and to homeless people. Out of hours emergency number available by ringing 01903 737500. This service helps: People who are or may be priority homeless, anyone requiring advice or with a housing need.

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