Referrals can be emailed at any time. Assessments will be offered Monday to Friday between 10am and 4pm. Referral form can be requested via post or email. Applicants will ideally provide ID and proof of benefits (if available). References will be requested as part of the assessment process.
Initial contact by phone Mon-Fri 9.30am-5pm. Need to speak to applicant as well as agency. If there is a vacancy and applicant meets referral criteria, place offered immediately. Referral form completed on phone.
Phone Youthline (0300 303 0099, 24 hours daily) which is operated by St Basils in partnership with 4 other organisations. Youthline is responsible for assessing the support needs of young people aged 16-25 in Birmingham and for arranging appropriate levels of support.
Phone Youthline Mon-Fri 9am-5pm who will assess whether referral into supported housing is appropriate and if so identify whether there is an appropriate vacancy in this or in other projects in Birmingham.
The most common way to refer is via the Inform website. If it is a self-referral, or the referring agency does not have access to Inform, they can apply via the CHS website. Applications will be considered when a room becomes available. Suitable applicants will be invited for interview, and may bring the referrer/support worker or friend with them Offers will be made by the multi-agency Allocations Panel.
Phone, call in Mon-Fri 9am-5pm, or write for application form. Interview, with needs and risk assessments. Require proof of ID, eg birth certificate, passport, national insurance card, and any additional documentation.