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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. ...

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 ...

O'Hanlon House

O’Hanlon House is open around the clock; the hostel has 56 rooms offering safety, warmth and specialist support. As well as providing accommodation the hostel also supports homeless people via; A Day Service for 80 where clients can access hot nutritional food, showers, change of clothes and support from Outreach. An overnight sit-up service for ...

Oxfordshire Domestic Abuse Services (ODAS)

If you or someone you know is currently experiencing or has experienced abuse from a partner, ex-partner or family member in Oxfordshire, you can speak to ODAS. Through their confidential services, and depending on your circumstances you could receive advice and guidance, be empowered to make choices about your life, rebuild your confidence and self-esteem ...

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 ...

Alcoholics Anonymous (AA)

Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) is a fellowship of men and women who share their experience, strength and hope with each other so that they may solve their common problem and help others to recover from alcoholism. The only requirement for membership is a desire to stop drinking alcohol. ...

Ruskin College Oxford

Ruskin College offers residential adult learning to people of all ages and backgrounds.  The College aims to provide education and inclusion opportunities to adults, particularly those who may be excluded or disadvantaged. ...

Oxford Street Population Outreach Team (OxSPOT)

Helps people sleeping rough in the city by providing outreach, assessments and reconnection. Work with clients on their immediate and long term holistic needs. The team work closely with partner agencies, including Luther Street Medical Centre, mental health services and Turning Point to ensure that all clients have access to health and welfare services. Clients ...

Matilda House

Complex building – Short term accommodation for vulnerable homeless people with complex needs. Offering 22 single rooms with on suite facilities within clusters that house between 3 -6 people that are expected to share a kitchen and cater for themselves. We house both men and women but have two dedicated women’s only clusters. To be ...

Access to Work (South East England)

Access to Work can help you if your health or disability affects the way you do your job. It gives you and your employer advice and support with extra costs which may arise because of your needs. An Access to Work Grant can pay for practical support if you have a disability, health or mental ...

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). ...

Steppin' Stone Centre

Day centre providing a place of safety but also a place from which to change and move forward positively in life. For people over 18, who are homeless or vulnerably housed. The centre provides healthy food, practical help, companionship, learning and work related skills and opportunities for development. Access is on a membership basis and ...

The Vineyard (Vale of White Horse)

Provides accommodation to single, homeless adults over 18 years old, with medium to high support needs. Max stay 2 years. The project has 13 self contained one bed flats and one assessment bed for rough sleepers. The scheme is designed to enable service users to acquire the skills to move onto independent housing. Informal enquiries ...

Connection Support

Provides support to help people at risk of eviction to maintain their tenancies to avoid homelessness. The service works with individuals and families to help them manage their money, claim the benefits they are entitled to, liaise with landlords and regain control of their situation. You can call to ring to discuss making a referral, ...
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