People may approach Bench Outreach, the Jericho Road Project or Deptford Reach for referrals. People may also self refer via the 999 Club Gateway (from Monday to Friday between 09:00 and 12:00). self-refer but accessing 999 Club day centre from 0900-1200 Monday to Friday.
Eastern Hub referral form to be completed and sent to the email@example.com The prospective residents housing and support needs are assessed during a pre interview. If they meet the criteria they are placed on the waiting list.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 8am-6pm. Application form to be completed by applicant (with support of referring agency). Initial interview. Require proof of identification, for example, passport, benefits letter. Applicant must be eligible for housing benefit.
Call in at Housing Options Mon-Fri 9am-5pm, at Council House, Corporation Street, Derby, contact no: 01332 640085. Will need to see a Housing Options worker and from there may be placed on the reserve list at Milestone House.
Email to check vacancies. Referral form available by email. Interview where possible or referring agencies can share full assessment. Our main referrers are Acton Homeless Concern, St Mungo’s and Ealing Soup Kitchen. We do not take self-referrals.
Access to supported accommodation is through the Southend Access Gateway referral panel (0845 6027895) - multi-agency panel reviews the needs and aspirations of all potential applicants and matches potential residents to supported housing. The Access Gateway Referral Panel uses the following criteria to determine whether an applicant is eligible to be considered for housing: Local Connection (i.e. Lived 3 years in the past 5, or parents, siblings, adult children resident in Southend 5yrs).