Do you know someone who is homeless?
If you know a young person between 14 - 25 who is street homeless, if they are in any kind of immediate danger please call the police on 999 for help.
Try to encourage them to make contact with us so that we can help get them off the streets and into accommodation. We will also work with them on a plan so that they can find a way forward out of their situation.
We can help with:
- finding emergency accommodation
- answer questions relating to homelessness and housing issues
- provide independent advice and guidance around housing and homelessness
- advise on all the different options available to you
- explain what you are entitled to and what your rights are
- provide support with housing and referrals to supported accommodation
- liaise with landlords to help you secure accommodation and/or help prevent your eviction
- provide unofficial mediation and support you to contact family or friends and build positive relationships
- refer you to other agencies such as counselling, drug and alcohol
- support you with applying for benefits and with budgeting money
- provide help if you have a concern about your own safety or the safety of others
- provide you with in depth support either over the telephone or face to face
- provide support for as long as you need it (continuing past your 18th birthday if needed)
If you know someone who is struggling with any of those issues you can call us for help and advice. Call the number nearest to you (or message us via this website or on Facebook) and we will do our best to help.