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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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  • Homes with Support Squared - 106 Tennyson Road

    Accommodation

    Call in, phone Mon-Fri 9am-5pm, complete a contact form on our website or email a form completed by the applicant (and referral agency if applicable). Interview, needs and risk assessment. Require proof of ID for eligibility for benefits, eg NI card, passport.

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  • Mary Seacole HA - Young People's Service

    Accommodation

    Referrals between Monday – Thursday, 9am – 4.00pm and Friday, 9am – 3pm. Referral form must be completed, an interview will be arranged and a risk assessment must be done.

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  • Sanctuary Supported Living - Southend Young Person's Project

    Accommodation

    Phone Southend Access Point Mon-Fri 9am-4pm. Application form filled in prior to interview. Signpost applicant to other services if they are unsuccessful.

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  • Homes with Support Squared – Betty McKean House 1

    Accommodation

    Call in, phone Mon-Fri 9am-5pm or write for application form, completed by applicant (and referral agency if applicable). Interview, needs and risk assessment. Require proof of ID for eligibility for benefits, eg NI card, passport.

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  • Haven First - North Herts

    Accommodation

    Referrals are usually made via the local authority. Can accept referrals from other agencies. Full referral information and guidance notes found at www.havenfirst.org.uk.

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