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  • Bradford Council - Housing Options

    Housing department

    Assessment of entitlement to housing for people who are homeless or threatened with homelessness. Assistance with finding accommodation for people in priority need. Temporary accommodation may be available while enquiries are made about eligibility. General housing advice and information for private tenants, housing association and council tenants and homeless people. This service helps: General public, including people who are or may be priority homeless.

  • Bradford Council - Housing Services

    Housing department

    Advice for tenants of private landlords on issues relating to the condition of the property. Works closely with the Housing Options service also provided by Bradford Council. This service helps: Tenants of private landlords.

  • Bradford Cyrenians

    Accommodation

    This service helps: Single homeless men aged 18-65. No local connection required.

  • Bradford Nightstop

    Accommodation

    This service helps: Young single homeless people aged 16-25. Priority given to applicants with a local connection to Bradford (including Keighley).

  • Bradford StreetReach

    Advice

    Street outreach work with people aged 16+ who are sleeping rough, those with no permanent home and those at risk of homelessness. Support with accessing appropriate accommodation and sustaining a life away from the streets. Help with accessing other services including substance misuse and mental health support. Drop-in sessions at day centres and other services. This service helps: People aged 16+ who are sleeping rough, those with no permanent home, those at risk of homelessness.

  • Braintree District Council - Housing Services

    Housing department

    Homelessness prevention service providing advice and assistance to any household in the district threatened with homelessness or experiencing housing difficulties. Assessment of statutory duties under the Housing Act. Limited access to rent bond/loan scheme for some priority need households. 24 hour emergency duty officer via switchboard number. This service helps: Any resident experiencing housing difficulties.

  • Branches

    Accommodation

    This service helps: Single homeless people including rough sleepers. Can accept those with mental health and/or substance misuse support needs. Priority to those with a LB Waltham Forest connection.

  • Breckland District Council - Housing Services

    Housing department

    Advice and help for people who are homeless or threatened with homelessness. Rent deposit loan and guarantee scheme for people who are homeless or threatened with homelessness in certain circumstances. Out of hours phone 01522 782246. This service helps: General public, including people who are or may be homeless.

  • Brent Winter Ward

    Homeless health service

    Runs throughout the year at the Willesden Green Centre for Health and Care and offers support to vulnerable people leaving hospital. Staff work with patients who have either became homeless as a result of hospital admission or are being at risk of losing their accommodation. Offer support around housing, welfare, debts, education as well as addressing further issues around social isolation. This service helps: Patients who have either became homeless as a result of hospital admission or are being at risk of losing their accommodation.

  • Brentwood Borough Council - Housing Needs Department

    Housing department

    General housing advice and homelessness prevention information to private and council tenants and homeless people. Assessment of priority need under the Housing Act and Homelessness Act. Out of hours emergencies phone for council tenants 01277 261112. This service helps: General public, including people who are or may be priority homeless.

  • Brentwood Foyer

    Accommodation

    This service helps: Young single homeless people aged 16-23 with low support needs. Priority given to those with a connection to Brentwood and the county of Essex.

  • Bridge Foyer Chester

    Accommodation

    This service helps: Young single homeless people aged 16-25 with low support needs. Local connection required. Applicants must be willing to engage in employment or training or attend courses on life skills.

  • Bridge House Mission

    Accommodation

    This service helps: Single homeless people aged 21 and over. May accept under 21 year olds, depending on vacancies. No local connection required.

  • Bridgwater YMCA Foyer

    Accommodation

    This service helps: Young single people aged 16-25 who are homeless or in housing need, including ex-offenders and people with mental health problems. No local connection required.

  • Brighter Futures - 90 Hope Street

    Accommodation

    This service helps: Single people who are homeless or in acute housing need. Priority given to rough sleepers and women involved in prostitution. Priority given to people with a local connection.

  • Brighter Futures - Rough Sleepers Team

    Advice

    Daily street outreach work with people sleeping rough, offering help with finding accommodation, claiming benefits, registering with a GP. This service helps: People sleeping rough.

  • Brighton and Hove Council - Housing Advice/Tenancy Relations

    Housing department

    Housing advice and assessment for people who are homeless or threatened with homelessness. Also provide advice to private sector tenants, landlords and leaseholders on rights and responsibilities, tenancies, disrepair, possession. This service helps: People seeking advice on private sector housing. People threatened with homelessness.

  • Brighton YMCA - Fred Emery Court

    Accommodation

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

  • Brighton YMCA - George Williams Centre

    Accommodation

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

  • Brighton YMCA - Leslie Best House

    Accommodation

    This service helps: Single homeless people who have previously slept rough. No local connection required.

  • Brighton YMCA - Stanley Court

    Accommodation

    This service helps: Single homeless people with low support needs. Local connection required.

  • Brighton YMCA - William Collier House

    Accommodation

    This service helps: Single homeless people with support needs. Must have a local connection to Brighton.

  • BrisDoc

    Homeless health service

    Confidential healthcare, advice and support for homeless people in Bristol and South Gloucestershire. Services are based at The Compass Centre in Stokes Croft, Bristol, but staff offer outreach clinics in several locations around the city including The Wild Goose Cafe, One25 Logos House and Longhills. Open sessions run Monday to Friday on a drop-in basis offering general health advice and treatment, support and advice re: mental health problems, safe injecting advice, minor injury care, testing for sexually transmitted infections and pregnancy; drugs/alcohol support and referrals to other specialist services. This service helps: Homeless people in Bristol and South Gloucestershire.

  • Bristol City Council Citizen Service Point - Temple Street

    Housing department

    Customer Services One Stop office offering housing advice, assessment and information. Areas covered include family homelessness and rehousing on the Housing Register. Information on council services in general. This service helps: Geenral public, including people who are or may be homeless.

  • Bristol City Council - Housing Advice Service

    Housing department

    Referral only service providing housing advice focusing on homelessness and the prevention of homelessness. Advice on finding accommodation in the private and social rented sectors, referrals to support or supported accommodation, health services and benefits advice. Out of hours emergencies phone 01454 615165. This service helps: Singles, couples or families who are threatened with homelessness. Minimum age of 16.

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