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  • Barnardo's - Futures Nightstop

    Accommodation

    Phone daily 9.30am-9pm. Referral form completed by agency.

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  • Geneva Road Women's Centre

    Accommodation

    Phone interview and risk assessment.

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  • GIPSIL - Flagship Services

    Accommodation

    Phone or call in Mon-Fri 9am-5pm. Basic details taken and interview arranged. Agencies can complete form electronically.

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  • Goole YMCA

    Accommodation

    Write, phone or call in daily 8am-6pm. Application form. Interview. Require background information from agencies involved with applicants such as Social Services, CMHTs, Youth Offending Teams and the Probation Service.

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  • Greystones

    Accommodation

    Phone or call in Mon-Fri 8.30am-6pm. Complete common referral form. Project will interview and complete risk assessment form during interview. Decision made on the same day.

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  • Grimsby and Cleethorpes Area Doorstep

    Accommodation

    Phone or call in to the drop-in centre at the above address Mon-Fri 10am-4pm. Interview with needs and risk assessment.

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  • Grow House

    Accommodation

    Contact by phone 10am-4pm. Application form completed by potential resident and agency. Interview. New residents are accepted on a 14 day trial basis.

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  • Guildford Number Five Project

    Accommodation

    Phone Guildford Homeless Outreach Support Team on 01483 302495 before 6.30pm daily for availability. After 6.30pm, call Number Five on 01483 303646.

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  • HARP - The Bradbury Centre

    Accommodation

    Drop in to day centre Mon-Fri before 2pm. May require proof of identity. Initial assessment. Admission forms completed by staff on arrival.

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  • High Peak Nightstop

    Accommodation

    Phone daily 12 noon-8pm for information, including details for self-referrals on how to get referred. Risk assessment. Referring agency must be with the young person and preferably be able to provide some form of transport to the host's home, if this is not possible High Peak will try to provide this.

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