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  • 999 Club Nightshelter

    Accommodation

    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.

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  • Ashford Place Assessment Centre

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    Please refer to 020 8208 8595. Drop-in is Wednesday 2PM-4PM. A place cannot be guaranteed on the night but accepted clients will be put on a waiting list.

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  • Bournemouth Churches HA - Gabriel House

    Accommodation

    Eastern Hub referral form to be completed and sent to the gabrielhousereferrals@bcha.org.uk 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.

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  • Derby Homes - Milestone House

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    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.

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  • Ealing Churches Winter Night Shelter

    Accommodation

    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.

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  • Emmaus - Hertfordshire

    Accommodation

    Phone Mon-Fri 9am-5pm for an application form, also available at the Emmaus website. Interview.

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  • Framework HA - Potter Street

    Accommodation

    Contact service any time to see whether waiting list is open.

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  • YMCA Birmingham - Aston

    Accommodation

    Direct referrals Phone on 0121 477 4644 ext 401 SIFA Number : 0121 766 1700 Youthline (0300 303 0099, 24 hours daily) which is responsible for assessing the support needs of young people aged 18-25 in Birmingham and for arranging appropriate levels of support.

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