We have a variety of short and long term, fully-furnished accommodation where our trained project workers support people to prevent repeat homelessness.
This can include a variety of help, advice and information from accessing drug and alcohol abuse services to gaining employment.
In addition, we also provide housing-related floating support to people who have accommodation but are at risk of becoming homeless.
Clients work with our teams to identify support needs and draw up a tailored plan to address challenges such as:
- Managing money and accessing benefits
- Staying safe
- Support with accessing education, training and employment opportunities
- Personal development
- Finding suitable accommodation when clients are ready to move on.
Homeless Support and Housing Contacts
If you or someone you know finds themselves homeless and in crisis, your first point of contact should be your local authority housing team.
You can find these contact details along with other national organisations below:
Your local authority should be able to provide advice and assistance if you are homeless or at risk of becoming homeless.
Citizens Advice can provide confidential, impartial and independent advice on a range of issues including housing.
Shelter's website contains detailed information on homelessness, finding a place to live, paying for a home, families and relationships, renting and leasing, repairs and bad conditions, eviction and repossession.
0300 500 0914
Street Link is a website that enables the public to alert local authorities in England about rough sleepers in their area. This service offers the public a means to act when they see someone sleeping rough and is the first step someone can take to ensure rough sleepers are connected to the services and support available to them. The service is funded by Government and is part of their commitment to end rough sleeping.
0800 140 4690
Rehab 4 Addiction offers a free and confidential helpline, advisory and referral service for people who suffer from alcohol, drug and behavioural addiction. Rehab 4 Addiction works closely with rehabilitation centres and outpatient clinics throughout the United Kingdom and the admissions team match a patients’ addiction with an appropriately placed rehabilitation centre.
Disclaimer: Sanctuary Supported Living has no official partnership arrangement with these organisations.
For further information:
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We have a variety of schemes for people who are homeless, and can help people overcome the challenges they face and rebuild their lives, giving them the skills to prevent repeat homelessness.