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  • Changing Lives - Union Terrace

    Accommodation

    You can be referred to Changing Lives’ accommodation services via the Single Access Point at City of York Council. Contact City of York Council to fill in a referral form or download the form online at www.york.gov.uk E: SAP@york.gov.uk T: 01904 553 844

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  • Bournemouth Churches HA - Somewhere Safe 2 Stay: Morwenna Court

    Accommodation

    Referrals made via Eastern Hub Homeless Assessment Form. Need evidence of mental health diagnosis, RiO Risk Assessment and evidence of engagement with drug/alcohol services.

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  • Calico - Gateway

    Accommodation

    A referral can be made anytime via your local housing needs department at your local council. A referral form is required to be completed fully.

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  • Framework HA - London Road Service

    Accommodation

    Clients can self-refer to The Gateway. Phone or call in Mon, Tues, Thurs, Fri 8.30am-4.30pm, Weds 10.30am-4.30pm. Interview and needs assessment.

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  • King's Arms Project Nightshelter

    Accommodation

    Applicants are either found rough sleeping via Outreach Services or can contact Bedford housing options to arrange an assessment of their housing needs 01234 718058 or speak to the Nighshelter 01234 266085 who can signpost to our Outreach worker. Clients can come to the door if they need food, blankets and referrals can be made for them. In winter we are part of the Severe Weather provision, clients can come to the door but then have to be assessed by housing.

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  • Look Ahead - The Coninghams

    Accommodation

    We only accept referrals via the local authority on King Street, Hammersmith & Fulham.

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  • Riverside - Centenary House

    Accommodation

    Referral from Milestone House, Derby

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  • Two Saints - Hope House

    Accommodation

    Portsmouth City Council will determine initial suitability for relevant service and refer directly to the preferred provider. Potential clients are invited to view the accommodation and encouraged to meet staff before a tenancy sign up date will be discussed . Support workers will review the initial referral and assessment with the client directly, ensuring that it is the most suitable accommodation for the client whilst noting changes to risk and/ or circumstances.

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  • Salvation Army - Logos House

    Accommodation

    All referrals via Bristol City Council - ISAT team at 100 Temple Street, Bristol

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  • Salvation Army - Swan Lodge Lifehouse

    Accommodation

    Interview before offer made

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