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  • Barnabus - Beacon Drop-in Centre

    Day centre

    Drop-ins services for rough sleepers and homeless people. English, Maths and IT classes. Help those sleeping rough to secure shelter, obtain ID, assist with benefits, housing, and connect to training for employment. This service helps: The homeless, those at risk of homelessness, vulnerable groups, prisoners - newly released/serving.

  • Barnardo's - Futures Nightstop

    Accommodation

    This service helps: Young single homeless people aged 16-21. Applicants must be in Leeds at time of referral unless escaping harassment or violence and in need of accommodation outside their local area.

  • Barnardo's - Young Women's Project

    Advice

    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.

  • Barnardos - Rachel House

    Accommodation

    This service helps: Young single homeless people aged 16-21. Local connection to Bury required.

  • Barnet Homes - Housing Options

    Housing department

    Assessment of entitlement to housing for people who are homeless or threatened with homelessness. Housing for people considered in priority need. Temporary accommodation may be available while enquiries are made. Homelessness prevention work. Out of hours phone 020 8359 2000. This service helps: Homeless people, general public.

  • Barnsley MBC - Housing Options Advice and Homelessness Prevention

    Housing department

    Assessment of entitlement to housing for people who are homeless or threatened with homelessness. General housing advice and information for private and council tenants and homeless people. Out of hours emergencies phone 0844 984 1800. This service helps: General public, including people who are or may be homeless with an emphasis on prevention.

  • Barons Court Project

    Day centre

    Day centre for people vulnerable due to mental ill-health and/or homelessness. Tenancy sustainment support. Cost-price cafe, laundry and shower facilities available on drop-in days. Life skills training Thursday 2pm-5pm. Women's Group Fri 12 noon-2pm. Green Palm Club (BME social group) Fri 2.30pm-5pm. Activities throughout the week such as drama, relaxation, computer sessions and quizzes. This service helps: People with mental health problems.Homeless people in temp accommodation and who are street homeless

  • Barrow in Furness Borough Council - Homelessness

    Housing department

    Assessment of priority need under the Housing Act. Can provide temporary accommodation for those assessed as in priority need: those with dependant children or pregnant, vulnerable because of age (16/17 year olds and 60+), disability or at risk from violence. Also offers general housing options advice to anyone with a housing problem. Out of hours emergencies phone 01229 833311. This service helps: General public, including people who are or may be priority homeless.

  • Base 51

    Day centre

    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.

  • Basics Plus

    Advice

    Work experience for adults with special needs, including people with learning disabilities or mental health problems. Advice on education & training, disability & learning disability, mental health. Provide work experience in gardening, crafts & furniture restoration. Also provide 2nd hand furniture for people referred by social services or other agencies (SOFA project - phone for further info). This service helps: Adults with special needs, including learning disabilities and mental health problems.

  • Basildon Community Resource Centre

    Advice

    Range of services for homeless people, those on low incomes and unwaged people. Lettings agency. Help with form filling. Loans of clothes for job interviews. Community print service. Welfare rights and housing advice. Emergency food parcel scheme which can be accessed by referral from any local statutory or charity agency. Accepts long life food donations only. Contact centre for more info. This service helps: Homeless people, low waged and unwaged people, retired people.

  • Basildon District Council - Homelessness and Housing Advice

    Housing department

    Assessment of homelessness under the Housing Act. Advice and assistance on housing options and preventing homelessness. Deposit guarantee scheme for landlords renting homes to homeless people. Out of hours emergencies phone 01268 286622. This service helps: People who are homeless or threatened with homelessness.

  • Basingstoke and Deane Borough Council - Housing Services

    Housing department

    Assessment of entitlement to housing for people who are homeless or threatened with homelessness. Provision of housing for people in priority need of housing. Temporary accommodation may be available while enquiries are made. Housing needs register. General housing advice and information for private and housing association tenants and homeless people. Out of hours emergencies 01256 844 844. This service helps: General public, including people who are or may be priority homeless.

  • Basis@336

    Day centre

    Resource centre for anyone needing housing support. Advice on finding accommodation. Referrals and signposting to other services. Showers, laundry, emergency food, befriending and Internet access. Access to support around accessing private rented sector, including rent in advance and deposit scheme, follow-up support once tenancy has been found. Emergency accommodation for rough sleepers. This service helps: Anyone needing housing support, particularly homeless people/those at risk of homelessness.

  • Bassetlaw District Council - Homeless

    Housing department

    General housing and benefits advice and information for private and council tenants and the general public. Out of hours emergencies phone 0800 590542. This service helps: general public.

  • Bassetlaw District Council - Housing Needs

    Housing department

    Advice, assistance and information aimed at preventing people becoming homeless. Emergency accommodation may be provided to those deemed homeless and in priority need. Out of hours emergencies phone 01909 534999. This service helps: People who homeless or threatened with homelessness.

  • Bath and North East Somerset Council - Housing Advice

    Housing department

    Advice on housing options and homelessness. Help with housing applications under homelessness legislation. Operate the Homesearch Housing Register. This service helps: Anyone threatened with homelessness or in need of housing advice.

  • Bay 6 Project - Emergency Accommodation

    Accommodation

    This service helps: Young single homeless people aged 16-25 with support needs. No local connection required.

  • Bay Housing Association - Bay House

    Accommodation

    This service helps: Young single homeless people aged 16-25 with medium support needs. All applicants should have a local connection to Blackpool.

  • bdht (Bromsgrove District Housing Trust)

    Housing department

    Housing options interviews for people in housing need. Assessment of entitlement to housing for people who are homeless or threatened with homelessness. Temporary and permanent accommodation may be provided in line with homelessness legislation. Also offer general housing advice and information for private and council tenants and homeless people. This service helps: General public, including people who are or may be priority homeless.

  • Beacon Centre (Banbury)

    Day centre

    Drop-in centre for people who are homeless, poorly housed or socially excluded, including those with mental health or substance misuse problems. Referrals to longer term housing. Connection floating support workers available on Monday and Wednesday. Snacks, tea and coffee. This service helps: People who are homeless, poorly housed or socially excluded.

  • Beacon House Day Centre

    Day centre

    Drop-in service for homeless people and those living in temporary or insecure housing. Showers, laundry, clothing, toiletries. Nurse based at the centre Monday-Friday 10am-2pm. Life skills classes, including IT, CV writing, support around cooking and budgeting. Counselling. Cafe from 10-1.30, offering hot meals, IT suite, art and craft room, games and drop-in support from other agencies. This service helps: Homeless people and people who are at risk of homelessness.

  • Bedford Borough Council - Housing Options

    Housing department

    General housing advice and information. Advice on Bedfordshire Homefinder, homelessness, harassment and illegal eviction, repossession, landlord and tenant rights, domestic violence, mortgage rescue scheme, tenancy deposit scheme. Out of hours emergencies phone 01234 211095. This service helps: People who are or may be homeless and the general public.

  • Bedford Concern for the Homeless and Rootless (BECHAR)

    Day centre

    Drop-in day centre for homeless people and people aged 16+ needing support. Shelter, hot food, showers, laundry, clothing and general goods store. Advice and help with housing, benefits and personal finance. Support and referrals for substance misusers. Medical room. Social activities. A range of satellite clinics are run at the premises - call for schedule and details. This service helps: Anyone aged 16 and over who is homeless or needs support.

  • Ben's Centre

    Day centre

    Damp day centre for street drinkers. Referrals to specialist agencies for support around substance use and mental health, housing, debt and health issues. Referrals to emergency and longer term housing. Resettlement and tenancy sustainment support. Life skills classes. Job club and CV sessions. Laundry, clothing store, free breakfast and lunch. Showering/personal hygiene facilities. This service helps: Street drinkers and vulnerable adults

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