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  • Turning Tides - Assessment Hostel & Stepping Stones

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    All referrals via St Clare's Day Centre. Referral form downloadable from website. Phone Mon-Fri 9am-5pm, Sat-Sun 9am-11am or call in Monday, Wednesday and Thursday 9am - 12pm Tuesday & Friday – 9am - 10:30am to St Clare's Day Centre for assessment.

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  • AMAT

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    Phone daily 9am-8.30pm - may accept referrals later in emergency. Applicant/agency completes referral form prior to interview. Require proof of ID and background information about history of homelessness, offences, etc. If referring offenders or people with substance misuse issues a referring agency risk assessment may be required.

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  • Changing Lives - Crisis Accommodation

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  • Framework HA - London Road Service

    Accommodation

    Clients can self-refer to The Gateway. Phone or call in Mon, Tues, Thurs, Fri 8.30am-4.30pm, Weds 10.30am-4.30pm. Interview and needs assessment.

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  • HOPE Community Services - Queen Street

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    Call in at 11 Queen Street or phone 01909 489990. Application form to be completed before consideration. Emergency beds allocated at 2pm.

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  • Nottinghamshire YMCA - Shakespeare Street Hostel

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    1. Application form completed on paper or online – support can be provided to help complete if self referral 2. Risk assessment (if being completed by another referring agency) 3. Interview and assessment completed once applicant has met all eligibility criteria

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  • Riverside Care and Support - Old Tea Warehouse

    Accommodation

    Phone, call in daily 24 hours or write. Require proof of benefit entitlement. Interview. Applicants may be subject to a risk assessment.

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  • St Mungo's - LARC

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    Must be working or eligible for benefits and able to provide ID. Assistance can be given to obtain a UK birth certificate.

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