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Advance Housing & Support

Provides flexible support for people with learning disabilities or mental health problems. Advance Support will support you where you want to be supported, when you want to be supported, to do what you want to do and with a person you have chosen. Support can include looking for a place to live, support in daily ...

Brook House Residential Care Home

Rehabilitative care home for adults with mental health conditions, learning disability and physical disability through brain injury. Staffed 24 hours, referrals dealt with during working hours. Weekly charges are between £700 and £1500. ...
01235 818 926

Richmond Fellowship

Richmond Fellowship is a national mental health charity making recovery reality for thousands of people every year. We provide a wide range of services including residential support, supported housing, employment services, community support and crisis support. Richmond Fellowship is now part of Recovery Focus, a group of charities with the shared aim to inspire individual ...

Holder House

Holder House is a 24 hour staffed Registered Care Home which offers care and rehabilitation opportunities for men and women aged 18 and over recovering from mental ill health. They are here to help individuals acquire the confidence and skills they need to live more independent lives through support and action planning. ...

Oxford City Council

If you are homeless or concerned about the possibility of losing your home, it is extremely important that you seek advice at the earliest opportunity. Appointments are available at St Aldate’s Chambers (opposite the Town Hall) from 9.30am until 4.30pm from Monday to Thursday, and until 3.30pm on Friday. To book an appointment please call 01865 249811, and select option 3 ...

Banbury Young Homeless Project (BYHP)

Banbury Young Homeless Project (BYHP) provides advice and support for 16-25 year old’s who are homeless or in housing need. Services include information and advice on housing issues, recreational and educational activities, family liaison work, emergency accommodation, floating support, supported lodging, assistance with employment/training, outreach and counselling. ...

The Soup Kitchen

The Icolyn Smith Foundation is first and foremost a Registered Charity based in Cowley, Oxford. The Soup Kitchen provides clothing and lunch for homeless people twice a week on Wednesdays and Saturdays from 12:00pm. It also provides an environment to meet other people and for some companionship. ...

Shelter

Shelter helps millions of people every year struggling with bad housing or homelessness through our advice, support and legal services and they campaign to make sure that, one day, no one will have to turn to us for help. For any housing or homelessness query, Shelter’s trained advisor’s can offer immediate practical assistance, explain your ...

Streetlink

A website that enables the public to alert local authorities in England and Wales about people sleeping rough in their area. It is the first step to ensure that rough sleepers are connected to local services and support available to them. The service is funded by the Government. ...

Aspire

Aspire provides people with work experience and training, and supports them in applying for work. Aspire supports adults over 18 who have experienced adversity and are committed to making positive changes to their lives (e.g. people who have experienced homelessness, ex-offenders, ex-addicts). Referrals are by a professional representative (e.g. a support worker at a shelter). ...

Crisis Skylight Oxford

Crisis Skylight Oxford offers one-to-one support and advice on money, housing, employment, physical health, and mental health, as well as a range of high quality education and wellbeing services. We help people in taking their next steps towards a secure home, and support people to learn, develop skills, and improve their confidence along the way. ...

Emmaus Oxford

Emmaus Oxford provides active support to 28 formerly homeless people in Oxford. They provide a real workable alternative to homelessness, offering people a home as well as meaningful work. Those they help are able to work in our charity store, gaining valuable experience, new skills and a route into independence. ...

Oxford Gatehouse

The Gatehouse community drop in centre offers free support services for adults aged 25+ who are: homeless, vulnerably housed, on low income and/or looking for company & community. The Gatehouse offers a free cafe (six evenings a week), therapeutic workshops and one to one support (over two evenings and one afternoon a week). ...
01865 792999 Monday – Friday 5-7 p.m., Sundays 4-6 p.m.

Homeless Oxfordshire

Homeless Oxfordshire is the largest supported accommodation provider for homeless, and people at risk of homelessness, in the county. They aim to challenge perceptions and systems and inspire clients. Their mission is to support people whom society has left behind. They provide accommodation for 220 every night. In addition they provide hot meals, training, education, ...

Mayday Trust

The Personal Transitions Service (PTS) is an evidence based person-led, transitional and strength-based approach to working alongside people experiencing tough times. The PTS is based on the belief that these times should be a brief transition in a person’s life and not an identity. They can only accept referrals for housing through the Oxfordshire Homeless ...
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