Housing support and advice services

Homelessness and homelessness prevention

If you're at risk of becoming homeless, please don't wait until you are homeless before you ask for help.

Homelessness and homelessness prevention

Floating support

Housing floating support is a free, short term service to residents in the borough who are living independently in any type of accommodation and are having difficulties managing their home.

Housing floating support

Support for single people

Placement and assessment team for homeless singles (PATHS)aims to prevent or relieve homelessness.

Support for single people

Emergency housing

For people with no accommodation available tonight.

Emergency housing

Temporary accommodation

Temporary accommodation

Rough sleeping advice

StreetLink

If you are sleeping rough, or see someone sleeping rough, you can contact Streetlink, who can connect them to local services.
0300 500 0914

No Second Night Out

There is also a pan-London 24-hour helpline run by No Second Night Out, a government initiative to reduce rough sleeping in London. They will advise by phone, make a visit if needed or notify local providers.
0870 3833333

Adapting homes

If you have a disability and your home causes you problems, it may be possible to reduce these by altering or adapting your home to help you live life as fully and independently as possible.

Adapting homes

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