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A list of 100 organisations in the Central London area covering a broad range of needs for London homeless people that are situated within a 2.5 mile radius of Soho W1. The informaton includes, name of the organisation, type of service (where avaialbe) address, distance from Soho W1, Address, Phone, Email and Website.

This list has been compiled from a search at Homeless Link at Homeless.org.uk The exact search page is at http://www.homeless.org.uk/homeless-england/search-near-me where more detailed searches can be done for a specific area.

Services include help for young single homeless people, mothers and babies medical including Walk-in medical centres for homeless people , housing and resettlement advice, benefits. Food, Free tea/coffee and breakfast, showers, laundry, rough sleepers’ luggage store, Day centre and support services for single homeless people. Help focused on women that are homeless. Specialist drugs, alcohol, refugees, mental health support. GP, nurse. Low cost meals. Showers, laundry. Computer training, jobsearch, Advice for ex-service personnel, Arts and music activities.

Someof the services are duplicate organisations but serving a different area. If the listed services are unable to help, they will be able to supply an alternative where available.

1. Connection at St Martin’s (Adults Services)
Day centre 0.15 miles away

Day centre and support services for single homeless people. Specialist drugs, alcohol, mental health support. GP, nurse. Low cost meals. Rough sleepers prioritised at weekend. Showers, laundry. Computer training, jobsearch, vocational guidance. Advice for ex-service personnel from SSAFA. Arts and music activities. Women’s drop-in Tuesday afternoon for existing clients. Street outreach.

Address
12 Adelaide Street
London
WC2N 4HW

Phone
020 7766 5544

Email
info@cstm.org.uk

Website

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2. Connection at St Martin’s (Young People’s Services)
Day centre 0.15 miles away

Day centre for young homeless people. Drop-in advice: housing, resettlement, benefits. Food, showers, laundry, rough sleepers’ luggage store. Workspace team help find work/training, basic computer skills, 020 7766 5547. GP surgery and nurse visit during week. Multiple needs/prevention team for mental health and substance misuse, 020 7766 5556. Women’s group.

12 Adelaide Street
London
WC2N 4HW

Phone
020 7766 5544

Email
info@cstm.org.uk

Website

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3. Connection at St Martin’s – Advice and Housing Team
Day centre 0.15 miles away

Drop-in service for homeless people. Advice, information, referrals to hostels/longer term housing. Duty service for homeless clients offers assessment of need, action planning by specialist advice, prevention workers. Specialist mental health, substance misuse, multiple needs workers. New clients Mon-Fri 9am-12.30pm, existing clients 9am-12.30pm Mon – Fri.

Address
12 Adelaide Street
London
WC2N 4HW

Phone
020 7766 5556

Email
info@cstm.org.uk

Website

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4. Connection at St Martin’s – Workspace
Advice 0.15 miles away

Vocational careers guidance, job search, advice and an information drop-in for people who are homeless and unemployed. Courses in employability and job search skills. Referrals to literacy and numeracy classes. Computer skills classes. Based in a multi-purpose day centre for homeless people. Phone for details and times if courses. This service helps: Homeless people who are unemployed.

Address
12 Adelaide Street
London
WC2N 4HW

Phone
020 7766 5547

Email
info@cstm.org.uk

Website

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5. Thames Reach – Stafford House
Accommodation 0.53 miles away

This service helps: Single homeless people with a history of sleeping rough and severe and enduring mental health problems. Must have a local connection to LB Westminster. A minimum of 2 bed spaces allocated to black and ethnic minority service users.

Referral address
c/o Westminster Joint Homelessness Team
Soho Centre for Health & Care
1 Frith Street
London
W1D 3HZ

Referral phone
020 7534 6711

Referral email
Website
http://www.thamesreach.org.uk

6. Centrepoint – Berwick Street
Accommodation 0.56 miles away

This service helps: Young single homeless people aged 16-25 who are vulnerable and at risk with medium-high support needs. No local connection required.

Referral address
25 Berwick Street
London
W1F 8RF

Referral phone
020 7423 6839

Referral email
berwickst@centrepoint.org

Website
http://www.centrepoint.org.uk

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7. St Mungo’s – Endell Street
Accommodation 0.57 miles away

This service helps: Single homeless people with a connection to LB Camden. Accept rough sleepers with dogs.

Referral address
83 Endell Street
London
WC2 H 9DN

Referral phone
020 7632 4000

Referral email
info@mungosbroadway.org.uk

Website
http://www.mungosbroadway.org.uk

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8. Centrepoint – Bruce House Foyer
Accommodation 0.57 miles away

This service helps: Young people aged 16-25 who are homeless or in housing need and who are engaged in employment, training or education. Must have independent living skills and a City of Westminster connection.

Referral address
124 Drury Lane
London
WC2B 5SU

Referral phone
020 7557 4500

Referral email
brucehouse-service@centrepoint.org

Website
http://www.centrepoint.org.uk

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9. Centrepoint – Westminster HSDT
Accommodation 0.57 miles away

This service helps: Young single homeless people aged 16-25 with low support needs. Applicants must have a local connection to Westminster.

Referral address
Centrepoint Bruce House
124 Drury Lane
London
WC2B 5SU

Referral phone
020 7557 4500

Referral email
westminster-hsdt-&-fsdt-service@centrepoint.org

Website
http://www.centrepoint.org.uk

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10. Great Chapel Street Medical Centre
Homeless health service 0.60 miles away

Walk-in medical centre for homeless people in Westminster not registered with a doctor. GP and nurse available during opening hours. Drug & alcohol worker Mon-Thu during opening hours, Fri 1400-1600 only. Psychiatrist Tue/Thu by appointment. Dentist Tue/Thu by appointment. Counselling service available Mon-Wed. Podiatry drop in Fri 0900-1230. Housing advice Mon-Fri 1000-1630. Benefits advice Thu. This service helps: Homeless people (on street or in hostels) in Westminster who are not registered with a doctor.

Address
13 Great Chapel Street
London
W1F 8FL

Phone
020 7437 9360

Email
info@greatchapelst.org.uk

Website
http://www.greatchapelst.org.uk

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11. Look Ahead – Edward Alsop Court
Accommodation 0.72 miles away

This service helps: Single homeless men with low support needs. Must have local connection to the City of Westminster.

18 Great Peter Street
London
SW1P 2BT

Referral phone
020 7233 0296

Referral email
eacreferrals@salvationarmy.org.uk

Website
http://www.salvationarmy.org.uk

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12. Viridian – Helen Graham House (Support)
Accommodation 0.75 miles away

This service helps: Young people aged 16-21 in housing need who have low support needs. Must be ready for living in “move through” accommodation in Camden Hostels Pathway. Must have a local connection to LB Camden. 90% of bedspaces are for women.

57 Great Russell Street
London
WC1B 3BA

Referral phone
020 7405 2177

Referral email
Website
http://www.viridianhousing.org.uk

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13. Riverside Care and Support – King George’s Hostel
Accommodation 0.75 miles away

This service helps: Single homeless men with a history of sleeping rough in Westminster. Particularly target continuing drug users. Accept men with dogs.

Referral address
75 Great Peter Street
London
SW1P 2BN

Referral phone
020 7222 3288

Referral email
Website

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14. London Jesus Centre
Day centre 0.81 miles away

Drop-in open from 10.15am Mon, Tues, Wed & Fri offering friendship and support for people with housing and other social problems. Provide food and drink, clothing, laundry, showers phone and IT access. Help with finding accommodation and looking for work. ‘Works’ programme of educational, recreational and social support groups, including IT suite, ESOL and English conversation classes.

Address
83 Margaret Street
London
W1W 8TB

Phone
0845 8333 005

Email
info@londonjesuscentre.org.uk

Website
http://www.jesuscentre.org.uk/london

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15. Cardinal Hume Centre – Advice Service
Day centre 0.82 miles away

Local advice service for anyone who is homeless or needs help. We provide advice and support on benefits, money management, housing, immigration, substance misuse and domestic violence. Register at the Medway Street entrance to access the Centre’s services; Coaching and mentoring, IT, Basic skills, English language classes employment support, family learning and access early years nursery places.

Address
3-7 Arneway Street
Horseferry Road
London
SW1P 2BG

Phone
020 7227 1673

Email
info@cardinalhumecentre.org.uk

Website

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16. Cardinal Hume Centre – Family Centre
Day centre 0.82 miles away

Ofsted registered Early Years Nursery offers 15 hours of free childcare in South Westminster each week (9:15am ? 4pm) for 3-5 year olds. Crèche is available for parents wanting to access other services on-site ? advice and support on benefits, money management, housing, immigration, domestic violence, coaching and mentoring, IT, Basic skills, English classes, employment support.

Address
3-7 Arneway Street
Horseferry Road
London
SW1P 2BG

Phone
020 7227 1673

Email
gateway@cardinalhumecentre.org.uk

Website

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17. Cardinal Hume Centre – The Surgery
Homeless health service 0.82 miles away

Drop-in primary health care service for homeless people. Fully equipped medical room, with full time GP and practice nurse. CPN. Access to a psychiatrist. General counselling and alcohol/drug counselling and treatment. This service helps: Homeless people, including residents of hostels and B&B hotels.

Address
3 Arneway Street
London
SW1P 2BG

Phone
020 7222 8593

Email
info@cardinalhumecentre.org.uk

Website

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18. Cardinal Hume Centre Hostel
Accommodation 0.82 miles away

This service helps: Young single people aged 16-24 who are homeless or are at risk of becoming so. Will accept those with medium to high support needs, including life skills, education and employment. Priority to those with a local connection to Westminster.

Referral address
c/o Assessment & Advice Team
3-7 Arneway Street
London
SW1P 2BG

Referral phone
020 7227 1664 or 1673

Referral email
info@cardinalhumecentre.org.uk

Website

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19. Salvation Army – Regent Hall Homelessness Services
Day centre 0.83 miles away

Range of support services for homeless people aged 18+, primarily rough sleepers. Advice, signposting, recreational activities and individual key work appointments. Some clothing. Hot meal during Wednesday drop-in 5.30 – 8pm. Service users can call in any time during opening hours to make an appointment. Advice and enquiries Mon, Tues, Weds, Fri 2.30pm-4pm. Weds, advisors afternoon/ soup kitchen

Address
10 Princes Street
London
W1B 2LH

Phone
020 7629 5424 (Option 4)

Email
info@regenthall.co.uk

Website
http://www.regenthall.co.uk

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20. Webber Street
Day centre 0.97 miles away

Day centre for homeless people. Free tea/coffee and breakfast 9.30am-10am Monday to Thursday and Saturday. Doors open at 9am when tea/coffee is available. Showers and clothing store. Film club on Tuesday afternoon. START team every other Thursday. Nurse available 2 mornings a week. Advice service on a Friday morning.

Address
6-8 Webber Street
London
SE1 8QA

Phone
020 7928 1677

Email
enquiries@webberstreet.org.uk

Website
http://www.lcm.org.uk

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21. London Cyrenians Housing
Accommodation 0.97 miles away

This service helps: Single people with support needs, eg homeless people, people with mental health or substance misuse problems, mothers and babies, care leavers, rough sleepers, young people at risk, refugees. Some projects accept people with both mental health and alcohol/drug problems. Applicants must have a local connection to the London borough where their referral agency is based.

Referral address
52 Rochester Row
Victoria
London
SW1P 1JU

Referral phone
020 7938 2004

Referral email
Website
http://www.cyrenians.org

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22. Look Ahead – David Barker House
Accommodation 0.98 miles away

This service helps: Single homeless men who have slept rough, including those with low level support needs around alcohol, drugs and/or mental health. 50% of beds reserved for LB Southwark, however residents do not require a local connection.

Referral address
115a Blackfriars Road
London
SE1 8NZ

Referral phone
020 7922 0290

Referral email
Website

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23. Riverside Care and Support – Queen Mary Mental Health Service
Accommodation 0.98 miles away

This service helps: Single homeless women with mental health issues requiring medium to high support. Priority given to referrals made by identified Westminster mental health agencies and building-based services.

Referral address
28 Greencoat Place
London
SW1P 1DX

Referral phone
020 7976 6338

Referral email
Website

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24. Montfort House
Accommodation 1.00 miles away

This service helps: The most entrenched rough sleepers prioritising RS205 clients, couples and those with complex support needs. Must have connection to City of Westminster. Will consider clients with dogs on a case by case basis.

Referral address
Carlisle Place
London
SW1P 1NL

Referral phone
020 7592 1875

Referral email
montforthouse@passage.og.uk

Website

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25. The Passage Day Centre
Day Centre 1.00 miles away

Day centre for homeless people. Advice on housing, benefits, health, alcohol, drugs. Help with rehousing. Open learning centre for literacy, computer skills. Weekly careers guidance. Nurse Mon-Fri 9.30am-1pm, GP Mon, Weds, Fri, chiropodist Tues. Drop-in Mon-Fri 8am-10am breakfast, 12 noon-1.30pm lunch, Sat, Sun 9am-12 noon snacks. Showers, laundry, clothing store. Afternoon group. Street outreach.

Address
St Vincents
Carlisle Place
London
SW1P 1NL

Phone
020 7592 1850

Email
info@passage.org.uk

Website

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26. Veterans Aid
Accommodation 1.01 miles away

This service helps: Homeless ex-servicemen and women who have served under the Crown or Merchant Navy. No local connection required.

Referral address
40 Buckingham Palace Road
London
SW1W 0RE

Referral phone
020 7828 2468

Referral email
info@veterans-aid.net

Website
http://www.veterans-aid.net

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27. Joint Homelessness Team (JHT) – Westminster
Advice 1.08 miles away

Support and housing advice for people with mental health problems who are using homelessness agencies, and for street homeless people. Assessments for community care and referrals to appropriate agencies. The team includes social workers, CPNs and psychiatrists. This service helps: Single homeless people with mental health problems, including street homeless people.

Address
190 Vauxhall Bridge Road
London
SW1V 1DX

Phone
020 7854 4206

Email
Website

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28. St Mungo’s – 93-95 Shirland Road
Accommodation 1.08 miles away

This service helps: Single homeless people, with a history of rough sleeping and mental health issues. Can accept people with drug/alcohol problems. Applicants must have a Westminster CPA care co-ordinator.

Referral address
c/o Westminster Joint Homelessness Team
192 Vauxhall Bridge Road
London
SW1V 1DX

Referral phone
020 7854 4206

Referral email
Website
http://www.mungos.org

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29. St Mungo’s – The Lodge at St Ursula’s
Accommodation 1.13 miles away

This service helps: Entrenched, long term rough sleepers with low support needs. Accept people with dogs. Will consider couples. No local connection required.

Referral address
16 Brooke Street
London
EC1N 7RB

Referral phone
020 7242 7372

Referral email
Website
http://www.mungosbroadway.org.uk

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30. Passage House
Accommodation 1.14 miles away

This service helps: Single homeless men who are sleeping rough or are in danger of sleeping rough, and who have additional support needs. Must be registered as sleeping rough in the City of Westminster.

Referral address
1-5 Longmoore Street
London
SW1V 1JH

Referral phone
020 7821 6801

Referral email
residential.referrals@passage.org.uk

Website

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31. Look Ahead – Hopkinson House
Accommodation 1.15 miles away

This service helps: Single homeless people aged over 25 with histories of rough sleeping and complex needs who have a City of Westminster connection of 6 months or more, including those with support needs around mental and physical health care. Must be CHAIN verified.

Referral address
Number 2, Hopkinson House
88 Vauxhall Bridge Road
London
SW1V 2RW

Referral phone
020 7834 0674

Referral email
hopkinsonreferrals@lookahead.org.uk

Website
http://www.lookahead.org.uk

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32. Missionaries of Charity – Gift of Love
Accommodation 1.23 miles away

This service helps: Single homeless men aged 25+ with low support needs, particularly those who have been sleeping rough and have no recourse to public funds. No local connection required.

Referral address
112-116 St George’s Road
London
SE1 6EU

Referral phone
020 7620 1504

Referral email
Website

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33. St Mungo’s – Gray’s Inn Road
Accommodation 1.25 miles away

This service helps: Single homeless people with a history of rough sleeping and serious and enduring mental health problems who are unable to access other provision or have a history of failure in other provision. Must have a connection to LB Camden.

Referral address
115-119 Gray’s Inn Road
London
WC1X 8TQ

Referral phone
020 7404 6266

Referral email
info@mungosbroadway.org.uk

Website
http://www.mungosbroadway.org.uk

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34. Salvation Army – Cambria House
Accommodation 1.29 miles away

This service helps: Single homeless men aged 18+ with low to medium support needs who require assistance with developing independent living skills. 2 beds for single homeless men who are registered disabled. Must have a local connection to LB Camden.

Referral address
37 Hunter Street
London
WC1N 1BJ

Referral phone
020 7841 0230

Referral email
Website
http://www.salvationarmy.org.uk

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35. Depaul UK – Drive Ahead Project
Advice 1.31 miles away

Six week employability courses for young homeless people. Courses include CV preparation, job search, presentation skills, confidence building, interview techniques, preparation for the driving theory test and some shared driving lessons (dependent on attendance and behaviour). Course participants can self refer or be referred by a homelessness agency. This service helps: Young homeless, unemployed people (17-25), who have ID and are medically and legally able to drive.

Address
24 George Street
London
W1U 3QZ

Phone
020 7224 0593

Email
Website
http://www.depaultrust.org

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36. St Mungo’s – Endsleigh Gardens
Accommodation 1.31 miles away

This service helps: Single homeless people with a history of sleeping rough. Can accept people with dogs. Must have a local connection to LB Camden.

Referral address
12-14 Endsleigh Gardens
London
WC1H 0EH

Referral phone
020 7380 3600

Referral email
endsleighgardens@mungosbroadway.org.uk

Website
http://www.mungosbroadway.org.uk

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37. Equinox – Brook Drive
Accommodation 1.33 miles away

This service helps: People with drug and alcohol related problems who need detoxification, including those who are homeless. Can accept people with both substance and mental health problems. No local connection required. Accept people with pets.

Referral address
124 Brook Drive
London
SE11 4TQ

Referral phone
020 7820 9924

Referral email
Website
http://www.equinoxcare.org.uk

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38. The London Pathway
Homeless health service 1.33 miles away

Charity working with the NHS to improve services for homeless people. Link the NHS with homelessness agencies so health services can play their part in helping homeless people come off the streets & rebuild their lives. GPs specialising in homeless medicine, Pathway homelessness nurses. Care Navigators (with personal experience of homelessness) offer 1-1 support to homeless patients in hospital. This service helps: Homeless people & rough sleepers who are admitted to or attend A&E departments in specfic hospitals.

Address
c/o UCLH Charity
5th Floor East
250 Euston Road
London
NW1 2PG

Phone
020 3447 9351

Email
info@londonpathway.org.uk

Website
http://www.londonpathway.org.uk

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39. Look Ahead – Southwark Bridge Road
Accommodation 1.34 miles away

This service helps: Single homeless people between age 18-59 who have established mental health problems and are on CPA. Can also accept those with alcohol and substance misuse problems. Must have a local connection to Southwark and funding arranged.

Referral address
Contract Manager
181-185 Southwark Bridge Road
London
SE1 0ED

Referral phone
020 7234 9500

Referral email
Website
http://www.lookahead.org.uk

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40. Get Connected
Advice 1.36 miles away

Freephone helpline for young people (under 25) which provides a free connection to local and national services and sources of help, and can text information to callers’ mobile phones. The service operates over telephone, email, webchat and SMS, along with an interactive online database, Webhelp 24/7, which is available on the website. This service helps: Young people (under 25).

Address
PO Box 7777
London
W1A 5PD

Phone
0808 808 4994 freephone

Email
help@getconnected.org.uk

Website
http://www.getconnected.org.uk

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41. St Mungo’s – Great Guildford Street
Accommodation 1.38 miles away

Referral address
96 Great Guildford Street
London
SE1 0ES

Referral phone
020 3750 1113

Referral email
Website

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42. Barka UK – Reconnection Project
Advice 1.40 miles away

Street outreach work with Eastern European rough sleepers, who are destitute. Help people connect to homelessness day centres and work with them to prepare for reconnection with their families and communities. People can be referred to the Barka Network of Inclusion Program in Poland, where they can access detox, learn new work skills and build friendships with others who share their journey. This service helps: Eastern European nationals with no recourse to public funds who are destitute & sleeping rough.

Address
Lancaster House
70 Newington Causeway
London
SE1 6DF

Phone
020 7275 7768

Email
barka.uk@googlemail.com

Website

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43. Holy Cross Centre Trust
Day centre 1.41 miles away

Day centre for vulnerable people, including homeless people, those with substance use issues, asylum seekers and refugees. Help filling out forms, making phone calls to agencies. Referrals. BME groups Weds 12-3pm, Fri 12-3pm. Women’s group Tuesday 2pm-5pm. Variety of training and activities. To access drop-in new users must come to session on Monday for assessment.

Address
The Crypt
Holy Cross Church
Cromer Street
London
WC1H 8JU

Phone
020 7278 4437

Email
contactus@hcct.org.uk

Website
http://www.hcct.org.uk/

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44. One Support – Drummond Street
Accommodation 1.43 miles away

This service helps: People with mental health problems and/or dual diagnosis of drug and alcohol misuse who need medium term accommodation and support. Must have a local connection to LB Camden.

Referral address
108 Drummond Street
London
NW1 2HN

Referral phone
020 7383 0465

Referral email
drummond@onehousinggroup.co.uk

Website
http://www.onehousinggroup.co.uk

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45. St Mungo’s – Adamson Road
Accommodation 1.44 miles away

This service helps: Single homeless people aged 18 and over with mental health support needs and a local connection to LB Camden.

Referral address
c/o LB Camden Mental Health Co-ordinator
Bidborough House
20 Mabledon Place
London
WC1H 9BF

Referral phone
020 7974 1410

Referral email
Website

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46. St Mungo’s – Argyle Walk
Accommodation 1.44 miles away

This service helps: Single homeless people with mental health problems who have recently been street homeless, including those who also have alcohol/drug issues. Must have a named care co-ordinator and a local connection to LB Camden.

Referral address
c/o LB Camden Mental Health Co-ordinator
Bidborough House
20 Mabledon Place
London
WC1H 9BF

Referral phone
020 7278 7690

Referral email
Website
http://www.mungosbroadway.org.uk

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47. St Mungo’s – Argyle Street
Accommodation 1.47 miles away

This service helps: Single men with a long history of homelessness and complex needs. 11 beds available to men with a connection to LB Camden, remaining 8 beds no local connection required.

Referral address
64-66 Argyle Street
London
WC1H 8ER

Referral phone
020 7278 7382

Referral email
info@mungosbroadway.org.uk

Website
http://www.mungosbroadway.org.uk

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48. Nightstop London
Accommodation 1.50 miles away

This service helps: Young single people aged 16-25 with low support needs, who are homeless in London. Must have a local connection.

Referral address
291-299 Borough High Street
London
SE1 1JG

Referral phone
07767 882881

Referral email
nightstop.london@depauluk.org

Website
http://www.depauluk.org

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49. Providence Row HA – Rivaz Place
Accommodation 1.50 miles away

This service helps: Single homeless people with low to medium support needs. Can accept those with mental health and substance misuse issues. No local connection required. Must have CHAIN number.

Referral address
c/o Clearing House
15 Half Moon Court
Bartholomew Close
London
EC1A 7HF

Referral phone
020 7710 0572

Referral email
ch@broadwaylondon.org

Website

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50. St Mungo’s – Supported Housing Westminster
Accommodation 1.50 miles away

This service helps: Single homeless people with support needs and local connection to the City of Westminster. Services are substance misuse specific and deliver support for both abstinent clients and those looking to engage with drug treatment.

Referral address
Westminster Substance Misuse
15 Half Moon Court
Bartholomew Close
London
EC1A 7HF

Referral phone
020 7710 0596

Referral email
reception@broadwaylondon.org

Website
http://www.mungosbroadway.org.uk

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51. Primary Health Care for Homeless People
Homeless health service 1.50 miles away

Primary health care sessions at day centres and hostels throughout Camden. Health assessment and general health care. Well women checks. Hepatitis and HIV screening. Dental service. Alcohol and drug advice and treatment. Advice and assistance with using local health services, registering with a GP, finding a dentist or optician and on housing benefit. This service helps: People sleeping out or living in temporary accommodation, including asylum seekers and refugees.

Address
Camden Health Improvement Practice
The Margarete Centre
108 Hampstead Road
London
NW1 2LS

Phone
020 3317 6075

Email
chip@nhs.net

Website

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52. Providence Row – Middle Street Project
Accommodation 1.51 miles away

This service helps: Single homeless people, including rough sleepers with low support needs. Must be willing to engage in keyworking and action planning. Priority to those with a local connection to the City of London. Target 20% women.

Referral address
18-21 Middle Street
London
EC1A 7JA

Referral phone
020 7600 5920

Referral email
Website

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53. GSTT Health Inclusion Team for Homeless People
Homeless health service 1.51 miles away

Primary health care services in hostels, day centres and other settings for homeless people in Lambeth, Lewisham and Southwark. Services provided by GP, nurse, dentist and chiropodist. Liaise with Accident and Emergency departments. This service helps: Homeless people sleeping out or in temporary accommodation.

Riverside Medical Centre
Hobart House, St George’s Wharf
Wandsworth Road
London
SW8 2JW

Phone
020 3049 4555

Email
threeboroughshct@lambethpct.nhs.uk

Website
http://www.threeboroughs.nhs.uk

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54. Big Issue Service Broker Team (London)
Advice 1.51 miles away

Signposting service to help vulnerably housed and homeless people find information on accommodation, resettlement and welfare rights issues (mainly for Big Issue vendors). Support around drugs, alcohol and mental health issues. Help with managing personal finances and limited financial support though a vendor support fund. This service helps: People who are homeless or in insecure housing (mainly Big Issue vendors).

Address
1-5 Wandsworth Road
London
SW8 2LN

Phone
020 7526 3200

Email
info@bigissue.com

Website
http://www.bigissue.com

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55. SHP – Dennis Handfield House
Accommodation 1.52 miles away

This service helps: Single homeless people who require a high level of support and whose primary needs relate to drug and alcohol use. Can accept clients with mental health needs, rough sleepers and ex-offenders. Must have a local connection to LB Camden.

Referral address
DHH
93-99 King’s Cross Road
London
WC1X 9LP

Referral phone
020 7833 0386

Referral email
Website
http://www.shp.org.uk

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56. SHP – Frederick Street
Accommodation 1.53 miles away

This service helps: Young, vulnerable single homeless people aged 16-21 with medium-high support needs. Connection to LB Camden required. Will accept clients on probation, licence or community service. Target 50% women, 50% people from black and minority ethnic groups.

Referral address
5-7 Frederick Street
London
WC1X 0NG

Referral phone
020 3701 5947

Referral email
Website
http://www.shp.org.uk

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57. Salvation Army – Faith House
Day centre 1.53 miles away

Drop-in for homeless and vulnerable people. Drop-in for women Tuesday 5pm-7pm and Wednesday 1pm-3pm. Drop-in for men Monday 6pm-8pm. Mixed drop-in Wednesday 7.30pm-9pm. Women’s brunch and discussion group Friday 11am-1pm. Referrals. Outreach service.

Address
11 Argyle Street
London
WC1H 8EJ

Phone
020 7837 5149

Email
faith.house@salvationarmy.org.uk

Website

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58. Groundswell
Advice 1.56 miles away

Provides a range of advice and advocacy services for people experiencing homelessness. Works to enable homeless and vulnerable people to take more control of their lives, have a greater influence on services and to play a fuller role in their community. This service helps: People experiencing homelessness.

Address
3rd Floor
55 Bondway
Vauxhall
London
SW8 1SJ

Phone
0300 0039 600

Email
info@groundswell.org.uk

Website
http://www.groundswell.org.uk

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59. SHP Tenancy Support Lambeth
Advice 1.56 miles away

Advice for people living in LB Lambeth on benefits, housing, homelessness, debt and repairs. This service helps: The local community in LBs Southwark and Lambeth, particularly those who are vulnerable.

Address
55 Bondway
London
SW8 1SJ

Phone
020 7735 1771

Email
lambethts@shp.org.uk

Website
http://www.shp.org.uk

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60. Women at the Well
Day centre 1.58 miles away

Women-only drop-in centre for women with a complex range of needs relating to street based prostitution, offending & anti-social behaviour, problematic drug and alcohol abuse, rough sleeping & trafficking. Advice on housing, benefits, sexual health. Support around substance use and literacy. Counselling. Hot meals, laundry facilities, shower. Massage, acupuncture. Music therapy. Internet access.

Address
54-55 Birkenhead Street
London
WC1H 8BB

Phone
020 7520 1710

Email
info@watw.org.uk

Website
http://www.watw.org.uk

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61. City of London – Housing Department
Housing department 1.58 miles away

Assessment of entitlement to housing for people who are homeless or threatened with homelessness. Housing provided for people considered in priority need of housing. Temporary accommodation may be available while enquiries are made. Tenancy relations service. General housing advice. Advice and assistance for single and non-priority homeless people. Rent deposit scheme. This service helps: People who are or may be priority homeless, general public.

Address
Barbican Estate Office
3 Lauderdale Place
London
EC2Y 8EN

Phone
020 7332 1237 / 3452 / 1804

Email
housingoptions@cityoflondon.gov.uk

Website
http://www.cityoflondon.gov.uk

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62. St Mungo’s – Birkenhead Street
Accommodation 1.59 miles away

This service helps: Single homeless people, including those who have been sleeping rough and who have additional support needs. Can accept those with mental health problems, drug and/or alcohol problems, and a history of offending. 95% of applicants must have a local connection to LB Camden. Assessment stage:women only section for referrals, short period only whilst assessed. Move on area is mixed gendered and for people for those who are ready to independent living, shared kitchen/own bathroom.

Referral address
2-5 Birkenhead Street
London
WC1H 8BA

Referral phone
020 7841 7140

Referral email
info@mungosbroadway.org.uk

Website
http://www.mungosbroadway.org.uk

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63. New Horizon Youth Centre
Day centre 1.59 miles away

Day centre for young homeless people. Benefits, housing, careers advice. Laundry/showers/clothes. Free lunch. IT, ESOL, literacy, numeracy, cookery, drama classes. Women only groups. Nurse. Mental health support. Resettlement support. Female sex worker project. Street outreach. Rough sleeper luggage store. Life skills support. Art, gym, sports. Volunteer project. Drugs & Alcohol support. prison

Address
68 Chalton Street
London
NW1 1JR

Phone
020 7388 5580 / 020 7388 5560

Email
info@nhyouthcentre.org.uk

Website
http://www.nhyouthcentre.org.uk

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64. Thames Reach – Graham House
Accommodation 1.66 miles away

This service helps: Long term Lambeth rough sleepers or clients at risk of rough sleeping who have support needs.

Referral address
62 Bondway
London
SW8 1SF

Referral phone
020 7840 9820

Referral email
Website
http://www.thamesreach.org.uk

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65. Kings Cross Primary Health Care Centre
Homeless health service 1.68 miles away

Drop-in primary health care service for homeless people. Doctor and nurse available. Referrals to drug and alcohol services and GPs. Sexual health screening, HIV and hepatitis testing, hepatitis vaccination. Shower and clothes store for people using the medical facilities. This service helps: Homeless people, sex workers and drug users.

264 Pentonville Road
London
N1 9JY

Phone
020 3317 6075

Email
Website

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66. Kings Cross Christian Centre
Day centre 1.69 miles away

Drop-in centre for people who are homeless, jobless or in need. Tea and coffee Monday 11am-2pm, meal Tuesday 11.15am. Informal advice and information. Free clothing and some household goods.

Address
Kings Cross Baptist Church
Vernon Square
London
WC1X 9EW

Phone
020 7837 3976

Email
Website

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67. Advocates Advisory Service
Advice 1.71 miles away

Information, advice, advocacy and support for families and individuals residing in temporary accommodation, BME communities and anyone in need of generalist advice, advocacy and support. Advice around legal matters, housing and homelessness, education, debt, welfare rights, employment and disability. This service helps: Homeless people, families, people from BME communities, young people and other vulnerable people.

Address
The White House
52-54 Kennington Oval
London
SE11 5SW

Phone
07903 420 616

Email
advocatesinc@aol.co.uk

Website

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68. LB Islington – Old Street Area Housing Office
Housing department 1.74 miles away

Housing estate management, communal repairs and information for the general public. This service helps: Council tenants.

Address
41-47 Old Street
London
EC1V 9HX

Phone
020 7527 6250

Email
Website
http://www.islington.gov.uk

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69. West London Day Centre
Day centre 1.79 miles away

Day centre for homeless people 25+. Housing, benefits, substance misuse advice. Advice appts 11.45am-12.45pm. Referrals to housing providers. Counselling. Nurse daily, GP Tuesdays. Cheap food, laundry, showers, clothing, restricted left luggage store, mail address service. Video club TV room. Drop-in for rough sleepers Mon-Fri 9am-11.30am.

Address
134-136 Seymour Place
London
W1H 1NT

Phone
020 7569 5900

Email
daycentre@wlm.org.uk

Website
http://www.wlm.org.uk

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70. LB Camden – Housing Options & Opportunities Service
Housing department 1.80 miles away

Provides a range of housing advice services to tenants and people looking for accommodation including singles and families who are threatened with homelessness, private tenants, housing association or co-operative tenants and owner occupiers. Specialist advice on housing options and housing rights. This service helps: Private sector tenants, owner occupiers and people who are (or may become) homeless in Camden.

Address
5 Pancras Square
London
N1C 4AG

Phone
020 7974 4444

Email
Website
http://www.camden.gov.uk

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71. Catch22 – London Housing Service
Accommodation 1.82 miles away

This service helps: Young single homeless people aged 17-21, including care leavers and ex-offenders, with medium support needs. Two mother and child schemes (8 spaces). Priority given to those with local connection.

Address
7-13 Melior Street
London
SE1 3QP

Phone
020 7403 1931 day centre

Email
daycentre@mannasociety.org.uk

Website
http://www.mannasociety.org.uk

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72. London Housing Service
27 Pear Tree Street
London
EC1V 3AG

Referral phone
020 7336 4800

Referral email
Website
http://www.catch-22.org.uk

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73. Manna Centre
Day centre 1.87 miles away

Centre for single homeless people and those in need. Housing and welfare advice 9.30am-1.30pm. Free food, clothing and showers. Surgery and visiting nurse Tuesday and Friday 10am-12.30pm. Mental health worker fortnightly Tuesday 10am-1pm. Chiropodist fortnightly. Optician monthly. Osteopath Wednesday 10am-1pm. Jobcentre Plus advice Thursday 9.30am-12 noon. Furniture. ICT. ESOL.

Address
7-13 Melior Street
London
SE1 3QP

Phone
020 7403 1931 day centre

Email
daycentre@mannasociety.org.uk

Website
http://www.mannasociety.org.uk

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74. One Support – Mornington Crescent
Accommodation 1.87 miles away

This service helps: People with mental health and dual diagnosis of alcohol or drugs misuse issues who require support (not crisis or respite care). Must have local connection to LB Camden.

Referral address
20 Mornington Crescent
London
NW1 7RG

Referral phone
020 7383 0465

Referral email
Website
http://www.onehousinggroup.co.uk

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75. City YMCA London – Errol Street
Accommodation 1.89 miles away

This service helps: Young single people aged 16-24 who are homeless or in housing need and have low support needs. Must be entitled to welfare benefits. Must have a local connection.

Referral address
8 Errol Street
London
EC1Y 8SE

Referral phone
020 7614 5000

Referral email
ec1referrals@cityymca.org

Website
http://www.cityymca.org

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76. The Marylebone Centre
Day centre 1.90 miles away

Day centre for homeless women, including refugees and asylum seekers. Rough-Sleepers Drop-in only. General access to women (Mon-Fri 9.30-1.30pm) only if signed to attend a course/workshop or 1:1 session. Sign posting service. Showers (Mon-Fri), Laundry (Mon-Fri), Clothing Store (Tue and Thu 10.00-12.00pm). Breakfast (Mon-Fri upon food availability). Women into Work.

Address
Marylebone Project
1-5 Cosway Street
London
NW1 5NR

Phone
020 36753645

Email
marylebonecentre@churcharmy.org.uk

Website
http://www.churcharmy.org.uk/marylebone

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77. The Marylebone Project – Bradbury House
Accommodation 1.90 miles away

This service helps: Single homeless women with mental health, drug, alcohol, or life skills issues or multiple needs. 4 low support emergency spaces, maximum stay 10 nights. 14-bed medium support mental health unit. Must have local connection to Westminster.

Referral address
1-5 Cosway Street
London
NW1 5NR

Referral phone
020 7262 3818

Referral email
daycentre@churcharmy.org.uk

Website
http://www.maryleboneproject.org.uk

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78. Dogs Trust – Hope Project
Advice 1.92 miles away

Free neutering, vaccinations, microchipping, worming, flea treatment, and subsided emergency veterinary care for dogs whose owners are homeless/in housing crisis (squatting, sleeping rough, living in hostels, temporary accommodation, on unauthorised travellers’s sites) through a veterinary entitlement card scheme. Advice for hostels, day centres, shelters on accepting clients with dogs. This service helps: Homeless dog owners, agencies working with homeless people/those in housing need.

Address
17 Wakley Street
London
EC1V 7RQ

Phone
020 7833 7688

Email
hopeproject@dogstrust.org.uk

Website
http://www.dogstrusthopeproject.org.uk

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79. Hope Worldwide
Advice 1.95 miles away

Advice for homeless people, including referrals to hostels and assistance with finding private rented accommodation. Also provide a residential drug and alcohol rehabilitation programme and a volunteer mentoring programme for people who have been through the rehab programme or the homelessness programme. This service helps: Homeless people. Drug and alcohol users.

Address
360-364 City Road
London
EC1V 2PY

Phone
020 7713 7655

Email
Website
http://www.hopeworldwide.org.uk

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80. The Marylebone Project – Elgood/Portman House
Accommodation 1.95 miles away

This service helps: Single homeless women who are in need of resettlement support only – no additional support needs. 6 months connection to tri-borough required.

Referral address
10 Daventry Street
London
NW1 5NX

Referral phone
020 7402 4971

Referral email
elgoodhouse@churcharmy.org.uk

Website
http://www.maryleboneproject.org.uk

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81. Thames Reach – Shroton Street Hostel
Accommodation 1.97 miles away

This service helps: Verified Westminster rough sleepers who are capable of living independently. People with well managed drug, alcohol and/or mental health issues who are linked in to appropriate external agencies.

Referral address
17-18 Shroton Street
London
NW1 6UG

Referral phone
020 7706 0096, 020 7723 7133

Referral email
shrotonstreet@thamesreach.org.uk

Website
http://www.thamesreach.org.uk

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82. All Saints Church, Islington
Advice 1.99 miles away

Food and social contact for people who are homeless and on the margins. Breakfast Tuesday and Thursday 10am-12 noon. Informal advice on finding emergency accommodation, signposting to other organisations and other issues around homelessness. This service helps: Homeless people.

Address
Carnegie Street
London
N1 9QW

Phone
020 7837 0720

Email
allsaints.islington@london.anglican.org

Website

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83. Shelter – London Housing Advice Appointment Service
Advice 2.00 miles away

Specialist advice on housing, debt and welfare for people over the age of 25. Services include help accessing employment, accommodation and local services. These services are provided at outreach sessions (by appointment only) in Hackney, Newham, Camden, Hammersmith and Fulham, Barking, Lambeth, Bromley, Barnet, Ealing and Lewisham. This service helps: People over the age of 25 who are homeless or with a housing related problem.

Address
Unit 13
London City Forum
250 City Road
London
EC1V 2PU

Phone
0344 515 1280 / 2222

Email
Website
http://www.shelter.org.uk

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84. Shelter London – Public Advice Line
Advice 2.00 miles away

Specialist telephone advice on matters relating to housing, debt and welfare for people over the age of 25. This service helps: People over the age of 25 who are homeless or with a housing related problem.

Address
Unit 13
London City Forum
250 City Road
London
EC1V 2PU

Phone
0344 515 1540

Email
Website
http://www.shelter.org.uk

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85. Scotscare and Borderline
Advice 2.01 miles away

Advice and information for Scottish people on housing/homelessness, benefits and employment. Make referrals to specialist agencies where appropriate. Drop-in for newly arrived Scots 9.30am-4.30pm Monday-Friday (except Wednesday 2pm-4pm). Can offer assistance to people seeking to return to Scotland and resettlement support in Scotland. Access to Hostel accommodation at the YMCA Walthamstow. This service helps: People of Scottish origin who are homeless or insecurely housed.

Address
22 City Road
London
EC1Y 2AJ

Phone
020 72403718; 0800 652 2989

Email
Website

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87. St Mungo’s – St Pancras Way
Accommodation 2.02 miles away

This service helps: Single people aged over 19 with alcohol and/or drugs issues. May accept those who also have other support needs and people with dogs. Priority to those with a LB Camden connection.

St Mungo’s – St Pancras Way
Member of Homeless Link
Referral address
9 St Pancras Way
London
NW1 0PB

Referral phone
020 7383 2748

Referral email
info@mungos.broadwayorg.uk

Website
http://www.mungosbroadway.org.uk

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88. St Mungo’s – Camden Mental Health SIH
Accommodation 2.09 miles away

This service helps: Single homeless people with mental health support needs, including people with drug and/or alcohol issues. Some projects may accept people with dogs. Must have local connection to LB Camden.

Referral address
4th Floor
211 Old Street
London
EC1V 9NR

Referral phone
020 7608 4738

Referral email
info@mungosbroadway.org.uk

Website
http://www.mungosbroadway.org.uk

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89. SHP – Arlington Road
Accommodation 2.11 miles away

This service helps: Single homeless people with support needs. Must have a local connection to LB Camden. Scheme provides initial 8-week assessment periods, with additional bedspace provision for individuals with substance misuse issues (enduring and responding to treatment) and elders with high support needs.

Referral address
88 Arlington Road
London
NW1 7HT

Referral phone
020 7387 3879

Referral email
Website
http://www.shp.org.uk

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90. Chelsea Methodist Church Pastoral Centre
Day centre 2.17 miles away

Drop-in for homeless people open Mon, Tues and Thurs 9am-2pm. Showers, Laundry and Advice. Free meals 1pm. GP fortnightly Tues pm.

Address
155a King’s Road
London
SW3 5TX

Phone
020 7352 9305 ext 21

Email
office@chelseamethodist.org.uk

Website
http://www.chelseamethodist.org.uk

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91. West London Mission – Big House
Accommodation 2.18 miles away

This service helps: Single homeless men aged 18-60 with medium support needs. No local connection required. Can accept people with dogs, maximum of 2 dogs at any one time. Priority given to ex-servicemen.

Referral address
56 Camberwell Road
London
SE5 0EN

Referral phone
020 7703 9613

Referral email
bighouse@wlm.org.uk

Website
http://www.wlm.org.uk/what-we-do/big-house
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92. Thames Reach – Spectrum Centre
Day centre 2.21 miles away

Day centre for single homeless people. Housing advice. Help for people with alcohol, drug or mental health problems. Referrals to CPN. Podiatrist once a month. Counsellor by appointment. Laundry and shower facilities.

6- 8 Greenland Street
London
NW1 0ND

Phone
020 7267 4937

Email
camden.spectrum@thamesreach.org.uk

Website
http://www.thamesreach.org.uk

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93. Alone in London Service
Advice 2.26 miles away

Support services for young people aged 16-25 who are homeless or at risk of becoming homeless. Services include: information and signposting; housing advice; advice on welfare benefits; general advocacy; help with getting into education, training & employment; counselling service; family mediation and mediation for young ex-offenders and their families. This service helps: Young people aged 16-25 who are homeless or at risk of becoming homeless.

Address
48 Provost Street
London
N1 7SU

Phone
020 7278 4224

Email
enquiries@als.org.uk

Website
http://www.aloneinlondon.org

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94. Focus Homeless Outreach Team
Advice 2.28 miles away

Community mental health team offering support to homeless people with mental health problems. Street outreach work. Sessions in hostels and day centres. This service helps: Single homeless people with mental health problems.

Address
4 Greenland Road
London
NW1 0AS

Phone
020 3317 6590

Email
Website
http://www.candi.nhs.uk

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95. St Mungo’s – Grange Road
Accommodation 2.28 miles away

This service helps: Single homeless people with low support needs in need of emergency accommodation. Can take people with dogs. Must have a local connection to LB Southwark.

Referral address
41 Crimscott Street
London
SE1 5TE

Referral phone
020 7231 7850

Referral email
Website
http://www.mungosbroadway.org.uk

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96. Nacro – Westminster Ex-offenders Project
Accommodation 2.31 miles away

This service helps: Single homeless male ex-offenders with low to medium support needs. Must have a local connection and be referred via Westminster Probation.

c/o Westminster Housing Options
101 Orchardson Street
London
NW8 8EA

Referral phone
020 7641 1000

Referral email
joluonye@wcchos.org.uk

Website

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97. Westminster City Council – Housing Options Service
Housing department 2.31 miles away

Assessment of entitlement to housing for people who are homeless or threatened with homelessness. Housing provided for people in priority need of housing. Temporary accommodation may be available while enquiries made. Tenancy relations service, general housing advice and information, including harassment/unlawful eviction matters. Rent deposit scheme. Out of hours emergencies phone 020 7286 7412. This service helps: People who are or who may be homeless, general public needing housing advice.

Address
101 Orchardson Street
London
NW8 8EA

Phone
020 7641 1000

Email
hoscustomerservices@wcchos.org.uk

Website
http://www.westminster.gov.uk

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98. Advising London
Advice 2.35 miles away

Advice and information for the local community on a range of issues. Generalist and specialist help and advice on welfare benefits, debt, employment and housing. Level 1 advice on immigration. Projects for the Irish community and for Bengali women. Court project providing housing repossession advice. Email advice. PHONE ADVICE NOT AVAILABLE. This service helps: The local community.

Address
Cambridge House
1 Addington Square
London
SE5 0HF

Phone
020 7358 7034

Email
info@advising.london

Website
http://advising.london/

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99. Cambridge House Law Centre
Advice 2.35 miles away

Legal advice, assistance and representation in employment, housing and welfare benefits. Service by appointment only. This service helps: Individuals and community groups in Southwark.

Address
1 Addington Square
London
SE5 0HF

Phone
020 7358 7025

Email
lawcentre@ch1889.org

Website

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100. One Support – Arlington
Accommodation 2.36 miles away

This service helps: Single homeless people with support needs, including substance misuse, mental health issues, offending behaviour and rough sleeping. Must have a local connection to LB Camden. Can accept people with dogs.

Referral address
220 Arlington Road
London
NW1 7HE

Referral phone
020 7974 5801

Referral email
arlingtonreferrals@onehousinggroup.co.uk

Website
http://www.onehousinggroup.co.uk

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101. Crisis Skylight – London
Day centre 2.44 miles away

Activity centre for homeless and non-homeless people. Range of workshops including arts, bicycle repairs, gardening, yoga. Education programme offering ESOL, IELTs, ECDL and basic skills. Opportunities to develop new or existing skills, socialise and integrate with the general public. Employment services team. Housing advice. Counselling and optician services. Signposting to other services.

Address
66 Commercial Street
London
E1 6LT

Phone
0300 636 1967

Email
enquiries@crisis.org.uk

Website
http://www.crisis.org.uk