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  • Bodmin Chestnuts Foyer

    Accommodation

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

  • Bognor Housing Trust - Glamis Street

    Accommodation

    This service helps: Single homeless people. No local connection required. Will accept people with dogs.

  • Bolsover District Council - Housing Advice

    Housing department

    Assessment of entitlement to housing for people who are homeless or threatened with homelessness. Housing provided 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 emergencies phone 01246 242295. This service helps: People who are or may be priority homeless, and the general public.

  • Bolton Metropolitan Borough Council - Housing Advice Services

    Housing department

    Advice and assistance on a range of housing problems, including landlord/tenant disputes, housing options, housing benefit and homelessness. Referrals to temporary accommodation for non-priority homeless people. Access to rent deposit scheme. Advice on home ownership issues. Homeless Welfare office phone 01204 335830. This service helps: Anyone with housing problems.

  • Bolton Young Persons Housing Scheme

    Accommodation

    This service helps: Young single people aged 16-25 who are homeless and in need of support. Applicants must have a local connection to Bolton.

  • Bond Scheme Selby

    Advice

    Assists people who are on benefits, homeless or threatened with homelessness to secure housing in the private rented sector. Part of Selby District Council Private Sector Housing. This service helps: People who are homeless or threatened with homelessness, or who are on low income or benefits.

  • Booth Centre

    Day centre

    Advice and activity centre for single homeless people. Referrals to emergency and longer term housing. Sessions with specialist outreach staff. Pre-tenancy, resettlement and tenancy sustainment support. Outreach worker from local GP surgery, CAT team available on request. Range of classes, including drama, music, film, sports and support to get back into work. This service helps: Single homeless people.

  • Border House Families Project

    Accommodation

    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).

  • Bosco House

    Accommodation

    This service helps: Single homeless men and women aged 18, many of whom have drug, alcohol or mental health problems and/or are ex-offenders. Local connection is required.

  • Boston Borough Council - Housing Aid and Advice

    Housing department

    Applications for the Boston Choice Based Lettings Scheme. Partnership with social housing providers. Housing options advice including rent deposit scheme for access to private rented sector. Advice and assistance to prevent homelessness, homelessness support and assistance. Rough sleeper referrals in partnership with Framework HA. Referral to food bank. Out of office hours telephone 01205 362151. This service helps: People in housing need, those at risk or threatened with homelessness and those who are homeless.

  • Bournemouth Borough Council - Housing Services

    Housing department

    Assessment of entitlement to housing for people who are homeless or threatened with homelessness. Housing for people considered in priority need of housing. Temporary accommodation may be available while enquiries are made about eligibility. Homelessness prevention work. Rent deposit scheme. General housing advice and information. Out of hours emergencies phone 01202 668123. This service helps: General public, including people who are or may be priority homeless.

  • Bournemouth Churches HA - Christchurch Services

    Accommodation

    This service helps: Young single homeless people aged 16-25 with support needs. Must have a local connection.

  • Bournemouth Churches HA - Dorset Lodge

    Accommodation

    This service helps: Single homeless people. Can accommodate ex-offenders. Must have local connection to Bournemouth.

  • Bournemouth Churches HA - Fernley

    Accommodation

    This service helps: Homeless people with low level mental health concerns (depressions, anxiety, panic attacks, post traumatic stress etc), must have a formal diagnosis and be in receipt of treatment. Must have a local connection to Devon County Council area.

  • Bournemouth Churches HA - Gabriel House

    Accommodation

    This service helps: Single homeless men and women with support needs, those rough sleeping are prioritised. No local connection required. Can accept couples and dogs.

  • Bournemouth Churches HA - Lansdowne Gardens

    Accommodation

    This service helps: Single homeless people, including people with drug/alcohol problems or mental health problems. Applicants must have a local connection to Bournemouth, unless fleeing from violence or otherwise vulnerable.

  • Bournemouth Churches HA - Melcombe House

    Accommodation

    This service helps: Single homeless people with support needs, including substance misuse and ex-offenders. Priority given to people with a local connection to Weymouth& Portland and West Dorset District Council.

  • Bournemouth Churches HA - Morwenna Court

    Accommodation

    This service helps: Homeless people . Must have local connection to Exeter County Council area.

  • Bournemouth Churches HA - Poole

    Accommodation

    This service helps: Young single homeless people aged 16-21 with medium-high support needs. Must have a local connection to Poole.

  • Bournemouth Churches HA - St Paul's Hostel

    Accommodation

    This service helps: Single homeless people with a local connection to Bournemouth. Those without a local connection can only stay if local authority grant temporary permission. Short stay agreement up to 6th months, and can be extended, Can accept 2 couples. Can accept people with dogs.

  • Bournemouth Churches HA - Waverley House

    Accommodation

    This service helps: Young single homeless people aged 16-24, comprising 4 x with high support needs, 4 x medium support needs, can include care leavers. Priority to applicants with a local connection to East Dorset. Applicants must be willing to engage with the support on offer.

  • Bournemouth Churches Housing Association

    Advice

    Help, advice and accommodation for homeless people, people sleeping rough or in inadequate accommodation. Aims to help people access accommodation and resettle in the community. Floating support scheme for people with mental health or addiction problems to help them maintain their tenancies. Liaise with local landlords and the Probation Service. This service helps: Homeless people (especially single homeless) and people living in inadequate accommodation.

  • Bournemouth YMCA

    Accommodation

    This service helps: Single homeless people aged 18-60 in need of support, including those with mental health problems, recovering from substance misuse, and ex-offenders. Those with a local connection to Bournemouth are prioritised, those without local connection will need to speak to Bournemouth street services on 01202 315962.

  • Bracknell Forest 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. Also offers general housing advice and information to private and council tenants and homeless people. Out of hours emergencies phone 01344 786543. This service helps: People who are or may be priority homeless and the general public.

  • Bradford City Centre Project

    Advice

    Advice, information and support for young people aged 16-25. Advice on housing, benefits, employment, education and training. Help with basic living skills, emergency hostel accommodation and supported tenancy scheme. This service helps: Young people aged 16-25, including young homeless people and single parents.

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