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  • Centrepoint - Buffy House

    Accommodation

    Phone Mon-Fri 9am-5pm. Referral form completed by applicant and agency prior to interview.

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  • Oasis Community Housing - No.3 Peckham

    Accommodation

    One Front Door - all referrals go through Southwark One Front Door system first. Referral and Needs and Risk Assessment forms completed by applicant and agency. Informal interview. If appropriate, formal interview is arranged. Require proof of ID and income, and reports from other agencies involved. May request references.

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  • P3 - Challenger House

    Accommodation

    Phone Mon-Fri 9am-6pm or write. Application form completed by prospective resident and referring agency. Interview when vacancy becomes available. Require proof of ID and Social Services reports if applicable.

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  • P3 - Swakefields

    Accommodation

    Referrals need to be made on Hillingdon generic referral form. Initial assessment required from referring agency together with care /pathway plans/YOS report as applicable. Formal interview.

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  • YMCA St. Pauls Group - Uxbridge

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  • Centrepoint - Laitwood Road service

    Accommodation

    Please send all referral requests to the following email address; wandsworthreferals@centrepoint.org Or you can talk to the manager, Matt Carlisle, by calling 07967804212, or email m.carlisle@centrepoint.org.

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  • P3 - Bedwell Gardens

    Accommodation

    Referrals need to be made on Hillingdon generic referral form. Initial assessment required from referring agency together with care/pathway plans/YOS report as applicable. Formal interview.

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  • Salvation Army - Southwark Young People Service (SYPS)

    Accommodation

    Young People may access the services offered by referral through Southwark Council only. Southwark Council has the priority over 100% of our occupancy totalling 83 accommodation-based units and floating support for up to 92 young people. All referrals come into the “one-front-door” which consists of three agencies; Southwark Council, The Salvation Army and OASIS Community Housing. Referrals will then be sent to the most appropriate service.

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