Phone Youthline Mon-Fri 9am-5pm who will assess whether referral into supported housing is appropriate and if so identify whether there is an appropriate vacancy in this or in other projects in Birmingham.
Phone or call in Mon-Fri 9am-5pm or email. Application form filled in by all parties, assessed by a panel of cross-authority representatives. Evidence of serial exclusion, description of support needs and details of current and ongoing support network required. Panel will assess level of support needed and will inform applicant of outcome within 5 working days of monthly meeting. Interview for successful applicants with their agent, followed by risk/needs assessment.
Phone, write or call in daily 24 hours. Application form. Interview. Informal visit to project. Require proof of ID and background reports from referring agency, including current CPA plans and risk assessments.
Phone St Basils Link Mon-Fri 9am-5pm Mon-Fri, or Youthline 0300 303 0099, 24 hours daily which is a partnership between St Basils and 4 other organisations. Interview, and needs and risk assessment at The Link. Placed on pre-registered list if suitable. When vacancy arises The Link carry out up to date background checks.
Phone Youthline on 0300 303 0099 - a partnership between St Basils and 4 other organisations. Interview, and needs and risk assessment at The Youth Hub. When vacancy arises The Link carry out up to date background checks.
Phone daily 24 hours. Prospective resident completes application form. Interviews allocated daily Mon-Fri 9am-5pm. Require proof of ID, income status and 2 references from professional people or organisations who know the applicant.