Referrals can be emailed at any time. Assessments will be offered Monday to Friday between 10am and 4pm. Referral form can be requested via post or email. Applicants will ideally provide ID and proof of benefits (if available). References will be requested as part of the assessment process.
Phone Mon-Fri 10am-5pm for application form, completed by applicant and agency before interview. Need 2 proofs of ID, eg passport, bank statement, birth certificate, NI card, letter from GP/agency, and background information and proof of income and/or benefits.
Phone, call in Mon-Fri 9am-5.30pm or write. Application form completed by referral agency and applicant prior to interview. Require proof of ID, eg passport, driving licence, birth certificate, and supporting information. Applicants must be on the Housing Register at St Albans District Council.
Phone Mon-Fri 9am-5pm. Application form completed by prospective resident and referral agency. Interview. Require proof of ID and information on convictions. Require placement funding for applicants from outside Devon.
Phone Youthline (0300 303 0099, 24 hours daily) which is operated by St Basils in partnership with 4 other organisations. Youthline is responsible for assessing the support needs of young people aged 16-25 in Birmingham and for arranging appropriate levels of support.
Phone, call in Mon-Fri 10am-4pm, email, write for application form, completed by applicant & referral agency. Interview. Need proof of ID, eg birth certificate, passport, NI card, bank statement, benefit, government office letter.
Email or phone for an application form. Applications will be considered when a room becomes available. Suitable applicants will be invited for an assessment and offers will be made by the Allocations Panel
Phone Mon-Fri 9am-5pm for guidance on how to refer. All referrals need to complete and submit a Supporting People Gateway referral form. Applicants will go through an assessment process before a decision is made to whether they meet the criteria for the service. Applicants are housed on a priority need basis.