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  • Look Ahead - Hackney Road Hostel & Flats

    Accommodation

    Application form. Interview. Applications initially assessed by duty staff. If there are no vacancies, successful applicants are placed on waiting list.

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  • Look Ahead - Hopkinson House

    Accommodation

    All referrals must be through the Westminster Assessment and Referral Form.

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  • Riverside - Simon Mead House

    Accommodation

    Fill in the online form: https://www.porchlight.org.uk/kent-homeless-connect?utm_source=Rachel+Kelly&utm_campaign=08b272e933-EMAIL_CAMPAIGN_2019_02_08_03_25_COPY_01&utm_medium=email&utm_term=0_4c4c31c286-08b272e933-416744345 Call the 24-hour helpline on 0800 567 7699. Approach your Local Authority requesting a referral.

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  • SHP - Dennis Handfield House

    Accommodation

    Application form and risk assessment completed by referring agency. Require psychiatric, discharge and probation reports, CPA notes and MG16 as appropriate. Proof of ID and income. Interview.

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  • St Mungo's - Hope Gardens

    Accommodation

    Application form. Interview. Require proof of ID and income.

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  • St Mungo's - The Old Theatre

    Accommodation

    Phone Mon-Fri 9am-5pm or write. Application form completed by referral agency and applicant. Assessment and interview. Require background information and proof of ID. Must be eligible for benefits.

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  • Thames Reach - Lambeth High Street

    Accommodation

    Referrals are made exclusively from the Lambeth Vulnerable Adults Pathway

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  • Thames Reach - Robertson Street Project

    Accommodation

    All referrals via Lambeth Assessment Centre.

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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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  • Porchlight – Shared houses and flats

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    www.porchlight.org.uk/commissioners-and-professionals/our-services/housing-and-homelessness-services

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