Homelessness help and info
You don’t have to be living on the streets to be considered homeless. You can be legally homeless if your home is unsuitable for you or you have no legal right to be there. Find out what help your council can give you if you’re homeless or at risk of losing your home.
Call free on 0808 800 0661
Homeless or at risk? We're here for you. We offer advice to anyone in England aged 16-25. Know your options before your options run out. Everyone deserves a safe and stable place to live, but it’s scary when you don’t know where to turn. We listen, we advise and we connect you to the right services. We can also help people worried about a young person they know.
Crisis is the national charity for single homeless people. We are dedicated to ending homelessness by delivering life-changing services and campaigning for change. Our innovative education, employment, housing and well-being services address individual needs and help people to transform their lives.
Salvation Army Homeless Service
Tel: 020 7367 4500
The Salvation Army provides a professional service to meet the needs of homeless people throughout the United Kingdom and in the Republic of Ireland. We reach out to men, women and families through our community and residential services. In conjunction with government initiatives and requirements such as Supporting People and other best practice, we provide a range of support services to empower individuals and families to make positive choices regarding resettlement opportunities within the community.
Haircuts 4 Homeless
Homeless people have many challenges to face, one of them often being a low self-esteem. A haircut can have a great effect on someone, giving them a real boost. It’s often way down on a homeless persons priorities with what lack of money so the service proves to be very popular. It may be "just a haircut", but it's the kindness shown that makes a homeless person know that people really care.
Offers free confidential expert advice via their website, Housing Aid Centres, helpline and e-mail services.
Helpline: 0808 800 4444
You don't have to be living on the street to be homeless. You may be legally classed as homeless if you are sleeping on a friend's sofa, staying in a hostel, suffering from overcrowding, or other bad conditions. Homelessness can often be avoided if you act quickly and get the right help. If you have nowhere to stay, call Shelter's helpline.
Information on over 8,000 services, including hostels, day centres and other advice and support services for homeless people.