Homelessness

WHERE TO STAY, WHO CAN HELP, YOUR RIGHTS

Depaul Nightstop UK
We work closely with Depaul Nightstop UK http://www.depaulnightstopuk.org/
in order to prevent youth homelessness and where homelessness cannot be prevented, provide emergency accommodation. They have an excellent resources section.

FIND A NIGHTSTOP NEAR YOU
http://www.depaulnightstopuk.org/nightstop-network/nightstop-near-you/

Homeless UK (www.homelessuk.org)
Homeless UK offers information on over 9,000 services - hostels, day centres and other advice and support services for homeless people and those at risk of homelessness.

Emergency: Homeless in Cold Weather. Click here for advice.
http://www.homelessuk.org/details.asp?id=LP13

Homeless Pages is the most comprehensive listing of UK publications, research and good practice on homelessness and related issues. Reports, books and online resources - from the latest information to archived materials.
http://www.homelesspages.org.uk/

http://www.adviceguide.org.uk/england.htm

SHELTER UK http://england.shelter.org.uk
Benefits Caps? Are you entitled to get you’re tenancy deposit back? Many questions about housing, benefits, renting, eviction, money and more are answered at Shelter’s advice section.
http://england.shelter.org.uk/get_advice

HOMELESS? YOU’RE RIGHTS (shelter.org.uk)
Emergency Housing rights checker http://england.shelter.org.uk/get_advice/downloads_and_tools/emergency_housing_rights_checker
Housing Rights checker
http://england.shelter.org.uk/search/search.cgi?collection=shelter-england&query=rights+checker&Search=

TAP (Transition Advocacy Project)

TAP (Transition Advocacy Project)

http://www.tap-ais.org.uk/

TAP (Transition Advocacy Project) are committed to supporting the lives of young people through Transitions