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  • Ashfield District Council - Housing Options

    Housing department

    Assessment of priority need under the Housing Act. Can provide temporary accommodation for those assessed as in priority need - those with children or pregnant, vulnerable because of age, disability or at risk from violence. Offers general housing advice and information to private and council tenants, and homeless people. Bond guarantee scheme. Out of hours emergencies phone 01623 450000. This service helps: People who are or may be priority homeless, and the general public.

  • Ashfield Homes - Kirkby

    Housing department

    General housing advice and information to private and council tenants. This service helps: General public.

  • Ashfield Homes - Sutton in Ashfield

    Housing department

    General housing advice and information for council tenants. This service helps: General public.

  • Ashford Borough Council - Housing and Homeless Section

    Housing department

    Assessment of priority need under the Housing Act. Can provide temporary accommodation for those assessed as in priority need: those with children or pregnant, vulnerable because of age (60+), disability or at risk from violence. Also offers general housing advice and information to private and council tenants and homeless people. Out of hours emergencies phone 01233 629911. This service helps: General public, including people who are or may be priority homeless.

  • Ashford Place

    Day centre

    Ashford Place is a community resource centre. Our main areas of support are Housing (for those with a connection to Brent only), Training, Employment & Enterprise, Substance Misuse Services, Community Engagement. Resettlement, supported housing, tenancy sustainment. Basic skills, work skills and vocational training. Welfare benefits advice. This service helps: Vulnerable people with a connection to the London Borough of Brent.

  • Ashford Place Assesment Centre

    Accommodation

    This service helps: CHAIN verified single homeless people with a local connection to LB Brent. May also accept homeless patients discharged from London hospitals who have a local connection to Brent.

  • Ashiana Network

    Accommodation

    This service helps: Young South Asian, Turkish and Iranian women aged 16-30 with low to medium support needs and who are in housing need. 2 forced marriage schemes: 1 x 5 bed and 1 x 8 bed (ages 16-25), also a domestic violence project. No local connection required.

  • Ashley Foundation - Elm House

    Accommodation

    This service helps: Young single homeless people with support needs, including people with drug or alcohol problems, mental health problems or ex-offenders. Those with a local connection to Blackpool are prioritised.

  • Ashley Foundation - Holly House

    Accommodation

    This service helps: Single homeless people with support needs, including people with drug or alcohol problems, those with mental health needs and ex-offenders. Must have a local connection to Blackpool.

  • Ashley Foundation - Oak House

    Accommodation

    This service helps: Single homeless people with support needs, including people with drug or alcohol problems, mental health problems or ex-offenders. Must have a local connection to Blackpool.

  • Ashley Foundation - Union House

    Accommodation

    This service helps: Single homeless men with support needs. No local connection required.

  • Ashram Moseley - Oakfield Road

    Accommodation

    This service helps: Young people aged 16-21 who are leaving the care of the local authority and require support with moving towards independent living. Must have a local connection to Birmingham.

  • Ashram Moseley - Portland Road

    Accommodation

    This service helps: Vulnerable young people aged 16-21 who need supported accommodation for a maximum of 12 months. Must engage with support, be clean of drugs and agree to get involved in college/training. Must have a local connection to Birmingham.

  • Aspire Community Enterprise

    Advice

    Self-help option for homeless people, ex-offenders and long term unemployed people who wish to secure an income through painting and decorating, window cleaning, gardening and landscaping. Work placement opportunities, apprenticeships and NVQ qualifications. Advice on welfare benefits, housing problems, training and future employment. Non-profit making social enterprise. This service helps: Homeless people, ex-offenders & long term unemployed people wishing to regain employment.

  • Aston YMCA - Willsteel House

    Accommodation

    This service helps: Single homeless people with support needs. No local connection required.

  • Aylesbury Homeless Action Group

    Day centre

    Advice and assistance is given for people with housing issues, and those facing homelessness. The Hub is based at Walton Hall, Walton Street, Aylesbury HP21 7QX. Winter accommodation for those in crisis. This service helps: People who are homeless, facing homelessness or inadequately housed.

  • Aylesbury Nightstop

    Accommodation

    This service helps: Young single homeless people aged 16-25 facing a homelessness crisis. No local connection required.

  • Aylesbury Vale District Council - Housing Department

    Housing department

    Assessment of priority need under the Housing Act. Can provide temporary accommodation for those assessed as in priority need - those with children or pregnant, vulnerable because of age (60+), disability or at risk from violence. General housing advice, homelessness prevention and information to private and council tenants and homeless people. Advice on benefits, debt, budgeting. This service helps: People with housing issues, including those threatened with homelessness.

  • Babergh District Council - Housing Needs Service

    Housing department

    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. General housing advice and information for private or council tenants and homeless people. Rent deposit guarantee scheme for anyone in housing need. This service helps: General public, including people who are or may be priority homeless.

  • 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.

  • Baker Street Clinic

    Homeless health service

    Access to primary health care services for hard to reach client groups such as rough sleepers, people living in temporary accommodation, travellers, refugees and asylum seekers and those without a GP. Nurse led service offering treatment for minor illnesses and injuries and health promotion. This service helps: People who have difficulty in accessing primary health care services.

  • Bala House Homeless Hostel

    Accommodation

    This service helps: Single homeless people with support needs. Priority given to applicants.

  • 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.

  • Barnabas House

    Accommodation

    This service helps: Single homeless people or those at risk of homelessness, including people with drug, alcohol or mental health problems. Applicants required to have a local connection to Bath and North East Somerset.

  • Barnabas Safe and Sound

    Accommodation

    This service helps: Young single homeless people and vulnerable young people aged 16-25. Priority given to those with a local connection, care leavers and those in priority need. We are currently commissioned to provide housing via the Northumberland Care Leavers and Young Homelessness Framework and accept referrals this way. However, we can consider outside referrals for presentation to the new Framework panel, subject to criteria being met.

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