Unfortunately, because we only have a small team, we are unable to accept applications from individuals, or give housing advice. If you are homeless, likely to become homeless soon, or helping someone who is homeless you should first contact their Local Housing Authority, Council, and Citizens’ Advice Bureau. Further services are listed below.
Help with other grants
Church Homeless Trust can only fund individuals once they are in a scheme with a support plan in place.
Visit Shelter’s advice pages
For help with rent arrears or a deposit, try contacting The Connection at St Martin’s Vicar’s Relief Fund
Escaping domestic violence
National Domestic Violence Helpline / Refuge – 0808 2000 247
Solace Women’s Aid – 020 7619 1350
Forward Employment work programmes
Contact SPACES (Single Persons Accommodation Centre for the Ex Services) on 01748 833797, 01748 872940, or 01748 830191, or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Cassiobury Court offers free help and advice for veterans who suffer with addiction and mental health problems.
Benefits and Universal Credit
There is an in-depth article on different types of benefits on Householdquotes.co.uk.
Just Finance Foundation provides free materials about Universal Credit.
The Job Prices site provides advice and support for newly disabled people.
- Riverside Care and Support (formerly Riverside ECHG or English Churches Housing Group) manage supported, sheltered and social property across England.
- PA Housing (formerly Paragon, formerly Richmond Churches Housing Trust) are a housing association based in Surrey and SW London.
Furniture and clothing donations
The Furniture Re-use network provides local options for free furniture pickup and recycling.
Donation Town pick up will help you schedule a donation collection with a charity near you.
British Heart Foundation can collect your furniture for free.