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  • Trinity Homeless Projects - Barnhill Lane

    Accommodation

    This service helps: Single homeless men aged 17-55 with support needs. Can accept ex-offenders and substance misusers. Must have a local connection to Hillingdon.

  • Trinity Homeless Projects - Norwood Gardens

    Accommodation

    This service helps: Single homeless people aged 17-55 with support needs, including ex-offenders and substance misusers. Must have a local connection to Hillingdon.

  • Trinity Housing Resource Centre

    Advice

    Advice on debt, money, benefits and housing. Subjects covered include rent and mortgage arrears, council tax arrears, credit card debt, catalogue debt, utility bills. Housing advice including homelessness, disrepair and transfer applications. Advice and information on all welfare benefits. ESOL classes. Employment workshops. Internet cafe. This service helps: Anyone needing advice on money, debt, benefits and housing.

  • Trinity Winchester

    Day centre

    Day centre for homeless people and other disadvantaged groups. Housing advice, including referrals to emergency and longer term housing and tenancy sustainment support. Primary healthcare team including GP, CPN and podiatrist visit the centre. Needle exchange. Courses including IT, cookery, literacy and numeracy. Benefits advice. Showers, laundry, clothing store. Breakfast and lunch. This service helps: Homeless people and other disadvantaged groups.

  • Truro Foyer Streetwise Project

    Advice

    Support for young people (up to age 19) who are homeless or at risk of homelessness. Mentoring support around finding and applying for accommodation, including support around applying for accommodation under Section 17 and 20 of the Housing Act for 16 and 17 year olds, and accessing any appropriate and relevant services. This service helps: Young people (up to age 19) who are homeless or at risk of homelessness.

  • Truro Young Women's Centre

    Accommodation

    This service helps: Young single homeless women aged 16-24 with support needs. Can accommodate a young mother with a baby aged under 1 year. Priority to those with a local connection.

  • Tunbridge Wells Borough Council - Housing Needs

    Housing department

    Assessment of priority need under the Housing Act. Can provide temporary accommodation for those assessed as in priority need. Also offers general housing advice and information to private and council tenants, and homeless people. Also operate Tunbridge Wells Borough Council's housing register. Out of hours emergencies call 01892 515392. This service helps: People who are or may be priority homeless, anyone wanting housing advice.

  • Tuntum Housing Association - 100 Derby Road

    Accommodation

    This service helps: Young single homeless people aged 16-25 with support needs around education, training and employment. Prioity Local connection required, unless fleeing domestic violence.

  • Turnaround Project (Newquay)

    Accommodation

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

  • Turnaround Resources E1

    Advice

    Resource centre for rough sleepers, ex-rough sleepers and unemployed people. Information and guidance on welfare benefits, housing options and other related subjects. CV and interview technique preparation. UK Online Centre. This service helps: Rough sleepers, ex-rough sleepers living in hostels and on benefits, and unemployed people.

  • Turning Point - The Mill

    Accommodation

    This service helps: Young single homeless people and adults with complex needs - dual diagnosis, mental health, drug misuse. No local connection required.

  • Twentyfifth Avenue Housing

    Accommodation

    This service helps: Single homeless people aged 18-25 with support needs, including ex-offenders, people with mental health problems and women escaping from domestic violence. Must have a local connection to the London Borough of Greenwich, Bexley or Birmingham.

  • Two Saints

    Day centre

    Range of services for homeless people aged 18+. Day centre providing food and use of showers, laundry facilities, clothing store. Access to primary health care. Advice on finding accommodation, benefits, alcohol, mental health and drugs. Access to accommodation via the Street Homeless Prevention Team. This service helps: Homeless people aged 18+.

  • Two Saints - Acton Lodge

    Accommodation

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

  • Two Saints - Dene Court

    Accommodation

    This service helps: Single homeless people with support needs. Priority given to those with a local connection to Test Valley Borough Council area.

  • Two Saints - Gordon Road

    Accommodation

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

  • Two Saints - Gosport Road

    Accommodation

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

  • Two Saints - Newbury (Newtown)

    Accommodation

    This service helps: Single homeless people and couples. Priority given to applicants with a local connection to West Berkshire. We can have up to 4 rooms accommodating clients with dogs. We work with people with a variety of support needs including mental health, drug and alcohol misuse, domestic violence and life skills.

  • Two Saints - Patrick House

    Accommodation

    This service helps: Single homeless people. Priority given to people with a Southampton connection. Can accept couples and applicants with dogs.

  • Two Saints - St Albans Road

    Accommodation

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

  • Tyne Housing Association - Joseph Cowen Health Care Centre

    Homeless health service

    Primary health care for people who are homeless, in temporary housing or in housing need and not registered with a GP. Medical advice and treatment, needle exchange, bathing, clothing, deinfestation. Support for people with emotional/mental health problems. Pregnancy testing. Access to GPs, CPN and nurse. Advice on welfare rights, housing, local services, alcohol and drugs. This service helps: Anyone who is homeless or in housing need and not registered with a GP.

  • U-Turn Recovery Project

    Accommodation

    This service helps: Single homeless men with support needs who are serious about breaking their alcohol, drug, smoking, gambling and compulsive behaviour dependencies. No local connection required.

  • Under the Bridge - Byker Bridge House

    Accommodation

    This service helps: Rough sleepers and single homeless people with support needs, including ex-offenders and people with mental health, drug or alcohol problems. Priority given to those with a local connection to Newcastle.

  • Urban Village Medical Practice

    Homeless health service

    Range of primary health and other services available by appointment for homeless people. Drug and alcohol workers, counsellors, CPNs, nurses, GPs and midwives. Referrals to secondary care services and housing advice agencies. Outreach services. Weekly drop-in session Tuesday 2pm-4.30pm. This service helps: Homeless people, including rough sleepers, and people in temporary accommodation, hostels and B&Bs.

  • Uttlesford District Council - Homelessness and Housing Options

    Housing department

    Assessment of entitlement to housing for people who are homeless or threatened with homelessness. General housing advice and information for private and registered social landlord tenants and homeless people. Rent deposit guarantee scheme, mainly for people who are homeless and in priority need, with limited availability for non-priority homeless. Out of hours emergencies phone 01799 510510. This service helps: People who are or may be priority homeless, and the general public.

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