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  • Acton Homeless Concern

    Day centre

    Day centre for homeless people. lunch Tues-Fri, Sun & some Mons. Clothes, showers. Advice on benefits and housing. GP Fri, chiropody, optician, dentist and barber. Alcohol and drug counsellor. Women and children's group Weds. Damien Centre at 3-5 Church Road, Acton W3 8PU - (offer breakfast) Mon to Fri 8am-6pm, for social activities, TV, tea, coffee and sandwiches. This service helps: Homeless people and people from other disadvantaged groups.

  • Advising London

    Advice

    Advice and information for the local community on a range of issues. Generalist and specialist help and advice on welfare benefits, debt, employment and housing. Level 1 advice on immigration. Projects for the Irish community and for Bengali women. Court project providing housing repossession advice. Email advice. PHONE ADVICE NOT AVAILABLE. This service helps: The local community.

  • Barka UK - Reconnection Project

    Advice

    Street outreach work with Eastern European rough sleepers, who are destitute. Help people connect to homelessness day centres and work with them to prepare for reconnection with their families and communities. People can be referred to the Barka Network of Inclusion Program in Poland, where they can access detox, learn new work skills and build friendships with others who share their journey. This service helps: Eastern European nationals with no recourse to public funds who are destitute & sleeping rough.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • Children's Society - New Londoners

    Advice

    Advice, advocacy and case work support for young migrants, asylum seekers and refugees aged 14 to 21, who are destitute or at risk of destitution, across London. This service helps: Young unaccompanied refugees & asylum seekers aged 13-19. Refugee, asylum seeker & migrant families.

  • KCAH - Housing Action Service

    Advice

    Advice and casework in housing and welfare benefits for people with housing problems, including homelessness. Hostel placement service. Referrals to housing projects and agencies. Access Project offers temporary accommodation to single homeless people with low support needs, aims to help them maintain their tenancy and move on to accommodation in the private rented sector. This service helps: People with housing problems, homeless people.

  • London Cyrenians Housing

    Accommodation

    This service helps: Single people with support needs, eg homeless people, people with mental health or substance misuse problems, mothers and babies, care leavers, rough sleepers, young people at risk, refugees. Some projects accept people with both mental health and alcohol/drug problems. Applicants must have a local connection to the London borough where their referral agency is based.

  • Princes Trust - Fairbridge Programme (Hackney Centre)

    Advice

    Youth work, outreach, advice, information, support for children and young people aged 13-25. This service helps: Young people aged 13-25.

  • Spitalfields Crypt Trust - Shoreditch Community Project

    Day centre

    Day centre for people who are homeless, isolated or vulnerable. Most users are sleeping rough or living in temporary accommodation. Basic housing advice and referrals to longer term housing. Signposting and help with form filling. Links with Thames Reach Street Rescue Team. Drop-in Tues and Weds at St Leonard's Church, Shoreditch E1 6JN and Thurs and Fri at the TAB Centre, 3 Godfry Place, E2 This service helps: Homeless and vulnerable people.

  • Springfield Community Flat

    Advice

    Advice and support for vulnerable people living in Lambeth and surrounding areas. Services include advice of debt, benefits, finding work, housing problems and advice for asylum seekers and other migrants. Offer assistance in accessing legal advice and medical help. Creche with early years sessional care, breakfast club and after school club for primary age children. ESOL and literacy classes. This service helps: Vulnerable people, including unemployed people, homeless families, refugees and asylum seekers.

  • Start Team (Outreach for Homeless People)

    Homeless health service

    Assessment, treatment, care and advice for rough sleepers aged 18-65 with severe mental health problems, who are unable or unwilling to use other mental health care services. Work in day centres, hospitals and on the streets. This service helps: Rough sleepers with severe mental health problems who are not using other mental health services.

  • The Manna

    Day centre

    Drop-in for homeless and marginalised people, offering friendship, advice and support. Evening meals are offered Tuesday, lunch on Wednesday. Alcohol & drugs worker & access to health services. Clothes store, showers, washing machine & tumble drier (£1 per wash). Various activities, including gardening, cooking classes, womens group, art, choir, table tennis, pool, poetry group & cookery classes. This service helps: Homeless or unemployed people.

  • Viridian - Supported Housing

    Accommodation

    This service helps: Vulnerable people with a range of support needs, including young single homeless people, people with mental health problems and physical disabilities and Asian women escaping domestic violence. Priority to those with a local connection. Certain schemes target percentage of minority groups in proportion to local population.

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