Housing advice

Only 16-21yrs old*. Self Referrals accepted

* 21 – 25 year olds may be accepted if they can demonstrate a priority need.

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Bristol Youth MAPS, Nelson Drake House, Nelson Street, Bristol, BS1 2JT

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We provide accommodation and support for refugees and other vulnerable homeless people

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Call 0117 9540433 or speak to us in person at Unit 20, Easton Business Centre, Felix Road, Bristol BS5 0HE.

Housing advice

Avon & Bristol Law Centre offers specialist housing advice for people in Bristol and the surrounding area. If you have applied as homeless to the local authority and feel that an incorrect decision has been made then we may be able to assist you. We cannot advise on Homechoice banding.

You can also get advice and support from dedicated housing advisors at Shelter.

Alternatively, you can look for advice about housing and homelessness on the Bristol City Council website.  Please note that the content relating to housing and homelessness is currently under redevelopment.  This is to reflect significant legislative changes that are coming into force from April 2018.

If you receive a negative decision from the Local Authority, or they cannot assist you, you can contact the Avon & Bristol Law Centre, AFTER you have contacted the Council.

Taking early action can avoid reaching crisis point.  There is good advice and guidance available online from the following organisations (found under the Housing Advice tab):

Citizens Advice Bureau

Money Advice Service

 

There are also advice and support services available in Bristol:

The Advice Network

ACORN Tenants Union

Relationship Advice

 

 

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Call Reception on 0117 924 8662, email us on mail@ablc.org.uk, or attend our offices in Stokes Croft. We are limited by capacity, and will have to signpost certain issues that we cannot advise on.

Housing advice

Signposting to other services and partnership working in conjunction with other specifically related services

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Bristol Methodist Centre, Lincoln Street, Lawrence Hill, Bristol, BS5 0BJ

Housing advice

We can help people apply for housing, apply for grants and loans and access other homelessness services. We also give advice about private renting.

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Unit 19, Easton Business Centre, Felix Road, Bristol, BS5 0HE

Housing advice

We advise on issues such as homelessness and the threat of homelessness, housing benefit, rent arrears, landlord & tenant problems, private renting, repossession action by landlords and security of tenure, housing conditions & disrepair, overcrowding, housing & relationship breakdown, domestic violence, racial and other types of harassment, applications for social housing and supported accommodation.

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Call: (0117) 935 1260 for telephone advice and appointments or
Email: advice@chasbristol.co.uk

Housing advice

We offer housing advice for private and social housing tenants and for homeowners.

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Our central Bristol drop-in is open Mon-Fri, 9:30am-1pm

Housing advice

For use only by women who access the drop-in space. The drop-in is only for women trapped in, or at risk of, street sex work.

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Ring the door of the Grosvenor Centre between 12.30 and 3.30pm on a Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday or Friday.

P3 Housing Advice

Our community drop-in service is run by housing support workers, who can advise on tenancy issues, eviction, welfare benefits, homelessness, and other housing related issues. We operate from the following three areas:

Kingswood Civic Centre, High Street – Tuesdays 10am – 12 noon
Yate One Stop Shop, Kennedy Way – Thursdays 9am – 11am
Patchway Hub, Rodway Road – Fridays 10am – 12 noon

We also have a floating support service, where you can access 1:1 support to help you find and maintain accommodation, and address the issues around your housing needs. This is by referral only via South Gloucestershire Council.

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For services that do NOT require a referral, anyone can call in to our drop-in service with no appointment needed at the following times and addresses:
Kingswood Civic Centre, High Street – Tuesdays 10am – 12 noon
Yate One Stop Shop, Kennedy Way – Thursdays 9am – 11am
Patchway Hub, Rodway Road – Fridays 10am – 12 noon

You can also call us on 0808 164 7733 for telephone advice and guidance on housing and homelessness issues, or via social media at https://www.facebook.com/p3southglos/?ref=br_rs

To be referred into the support service, call or visit South Gloucestershire Council to make an application for floating support. Please note this is for South Gloucestershire residents, or those with a local connection to South Glos, only (Filton, Patchway, Kingswood and Yate residents fall within this boundary).

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Royal British Legion

We support current service personnel, veterans and their dependants/partners with support. We provide hands on support and grants to help them in the moment of need. If you are homeless, please make contact with us as we can help. Advice and Support for service personnel and veterans. Offering assistance with finances, health issues, employment, comradeship and even holidays. we will help with anything that we consider to be a need

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Our pop-in centre – 60 Union Street, Bristol, BS1 2DL, or through our contact centre 0808 8028080

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