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  • Cambridge Cyrenians - Long Stay Accommodation

    Accommodation

    This service helps: Older single homeless people in need of a long term support. Applicants must have a local connection.

  • Cambridge Cyrenians - Short Stay Accommodation

    Accommodation

    This service helps: Single homeless people. Must have a local connection to Cambridge City. Can accept one resident with a dog.

  • Cambridge House Law Centre

    Advice

    Legal advice, assistance and representation in employment, housing and welfare benefits. Service by appointment only. This service helps: Individuals and community groups in Southwark.

  • Cambridge Housing Society - Railway House

    Accommodation

    This service helps: Young single homeless people aged 16-21 with low to medium support needs around independent living. No local connection required. Applicants must be willing to engage with the support on offer.

  • Cambridge Housing Society Group - 120 Mill Road

    Accommodation

    This service helps: Young single homeless people aged 16-24 with low to medium support needs. Prefer applicants with a local connection.

  • Cambridgeshire & Peterborough YMCA - Queen Anne

    Accommodation

    This service helps: Young single homeless people or those at risk of homelessness, including people with or drug problems, ex-offenders and care leavers. Applicants must have a local connection to Cambridgeshire.

  • Cambridgeshire & Peterborough YMCA - The Cresset

    Accommodation

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

  • Cambridgeshire & Peterborough YMCA - Timestop

    Accommodation

    This service helps: Young single homeless people aged 16-25. Must have a local connection to Peterborough.

  • Camden Health Improvement Practice

    Homeless health service

    Primary health care sessions at day centres and hostels throughout Camden. Health assessment and general health care. Well women checks. Hepatitis and HIV screening. Dental service. Alcohol and drug advice and treatment. Advice and assistance with using local health services, registering with a GP, finding a dentist or optician and on housing benefit. This service helps: People sleeping out or living in temporary accommodation, including asylum seekers and refugees.

  • Camfield

    Accommodation

    This service helps: Single homeless people, including those with mental health and other low support needs. Priority to people with a local connection.

  • CAN - Homelessness Action Team

    Advice

    Advice and support for homeless people, particularly those with substance misuse problems and ex-offenders. Housing advice including referrals, pre-tenancy, resettlement, tenancy sustainment support. Referrals to detox, specialist agencies & CAN's own substance use counselling service. Benefits advice. Rough sleepers drop-in Mon, Weds 9.30am-12 noon with showers and laundry. Rent deposit scheme. This service helps: Homeless people, particularly subtsance misusers and ex-offenders.

  • Canaan Trust

    Accommodation

    This service helps: Single homeless men with support needs. Priority given to applicants with a local connection to Derbyshire or Nottinghamshire.

  • Cannock Chase Council - Housing Options Team

    Housing department

    Assessment of entitlement to housing for people who are homeless/threatened with homelessness. Housing provided for people considered in priority housing need. Temporary accommodation may be available while eligibility enquiries made. General housing advice/information for private/council tenants, homeless people. Outreach in Rugeley. Out of hours emergencies phone 01543 462621. This service helps: General public, including people who are or may be priority homeless.

  • Canterbury City Council - Housing Options Team

    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. Temporary accommodation may be available while enquiries are made about eligibility. General housing advice and information for private, council and RSL tenants and homeless people. Out of hours emergencies phone 01227 781879. This service helps: General public, including people who are or may be priority homeless.

  • Canterbury Housing Advice Centre

    Advice

    Advice, information, representation and specialist help in housing matters for families and single people. Assist single people to find and keep private rented accommodation with a rent in advance and deposit scheme. This service helps: Anyone in the area with a housing or housing benefit problem.

  • Cardboard Citizens

    Day centre

    Homeless people's professional theatre company. Runs a range of workshops at Crisis Skylight in drama, dance, music, creative writing and circus skills for homeless people. In addition provides employment and training support for homeless people. Tours Forum Theatre production each year, which goes out to hostels, prisons day centres to engage with the service users. Also run workshops at the hub. This service helps: Homeless people.

  • Cardinal Hume Centre - Advice Service

    Day centre

    Local advice service for anyone who is homeless or needs help. We provide advice and support on benefits, money management, housing, immigration, substance misuse and domestic violence. Register at the Medway Street entrance to access the Centre's services; Coaching and mentoring, IT, Basic skills, English language classes employment support, family learning and access early years nursery places. This service helps: People who are homeless, in housing need or are based in South Westminster.

  • Cardinal Hume Centre - Family Centre

    Day centre

    Ofsted registered Early Years Nursery offers 15 hours of free childcare in South Westminster each week (9:15am ? 4pm) for 3-5 year olds. Crèche is available for parents wanting to access other services on-site ? advice and support on benefits, money management, housing, immigration, domestic violence, coaching and mentoring, IT, Basic skills, English classes, employment support. This service helps: Families with pre-school age children living in temporary or inadequate accommodation.

  • Cardinal Hume Centre Hostel

    Accommodation

    This service helps: Young single people aged 16-24 who are homeless or are at risk of becoming so. Will accept those with medium to high support needs, including life skills, education and employment. Priority to those with a local connection to Westminster.

  • CARE Rent Scheme

    Advice

    Help and support for people in North East Lincolnshire who are experiencing extreme housing difficulty or are under threat of homelessness. Offers a limited guarantee to local landlords to help people secure private rented accommodation. This service helps: Local people who are homeless and people who are on benefits.

  • Carecent

    Day centre

    Drop-in centre for homeless people, unemployed, disadvantaged and socially isolated people. Breakfast, tea and coffee, clothing store - by referral from local agencies. Signposting to emergency accommodation. Outreach workers from other agencies operate from the centre. This service helps: Homeless people, unemployed, disadvantaged and socially isolated people.

  • Caring Hands in the Community

    Day centre

    Drop-in centre for homeless people and those who are lonely, marginalised or socially excluded. Provide free food, clothing, shower and laundry facilities. GP sessions, drug and alcohol advice. Assistance with finding accommodation, job search, benefit assessment, computer training. Advocacy, telephone and internet access. All services free of charge. This service helps: Homeless people and those who are lonely, marginalised or socially excluded.

  • CARIS Haringey

    Advice

    Visits, supports and offers advice to families in temporary accommodation, including asylum seekers and refugees. Casework in housing and immigration (level 1). Mobile toy library, summer playscheme. ESOL classes. This service helps: Homeless families, including refugees, asylum seekers and migrant workers.

  • Caritas Anchor House

    Accommodation

    This service helps: Caritas Anchor House supports single homeless people with a local connection to Newham who have low to medium support needs including substance misuse, offending, mental health, domestic abuse, unemployment or lack of education.

  • Caritas Diocese of Salford

    Advice

    Range of support services for homeless children, families and young people. Services include advice, counselling, support for families and young mothers, respite care for disabled children and day care services. Outreach and resettlement services for homeless young women. Residential children's homes. Post-adoption service. This service helps: Children, young people and their families.

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