Night shelter

This night shelter project currently provides accommodation for 12 single homeless people aged 18 and over between January 1st and the end of March.  Guests need to arrive by 7pm – 8pm on the evening of their stay.

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Access

Referral through partner agencies only.

Referral only

Bristol Nightstop

Provides ongoing key worker support and emergency overnight accommodation, on a night-by-night basis, to young people aged 16-25.  Run by Caring in Bristol.

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Access

Call 07979 878 814 or ask for Bristol Nightstop at Bristol Youth MAPs 1625 Independent People. Self-referrals accepted.

365 Shelter

This night shelter provides emergency accommodation for 15 people, with low support needs, aged 18 and over. Run by Caring in Bristol. Referrals are through the St Mungo’s Rough Sleeping Services.

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Access

Referrals are made via the St Mungo’s Rough Sleeping Services. Visit the Citizen Service Point at 100 Temple Street for an assessment.

Referral only

Caring at Christmas Project

This seasonal night shelter provides 50 beds on a first come first served basis only during the Christmas period, 24th – 31st December. Run by Caring in Bristol.

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Access

Guests register for a bed at the Caring at Christmas Day Centre, at the Trinity Centre.

Spring of Hope Women's Emergency Night Shelter

*Spring of Hope is currently closed whilst alternative way of operating is determined*

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Access

*Spring of Hope is currently closed whilst alternative way of operating is determined*

Emmaus

Emmaus Bristol is a 24 Bed community for age 18+. Referral Only. Offering meaningful voluntary work as well as a stable home for as long as someone needs it.

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Access

Referral only.  Visit www.emmausbristol.org.uk for more details or contact community@emmausbristol.org.uk

Self Referrals Accepted.

Referral only

Night Shelter

Help Bristol’s Homeless is a not for profit, social enterprise, with a mission to change the face of homelessness in Bristol. We believe that everyone has a right to a home. We provide short term emergency accommodation, outreach, advocacy and support services to the homeless.

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Access

Spring Street, Bedminster, BS3 4PZ , please call us 0117 9663441

HBH 360Winx bus

We offer support for rough sleepers, and the homeless in a number of ways including emergency overnight shelter, night-time and daytime support, and longer-term container micro flat living

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Access

Whether you are looking to use our 360Winx bus for a one night supported stay or a longer period of accommodation, please download and complete our REFERRAL FORM and return it to us.

Once we have received and reviewed your completed form, we will then contact you.

POSTAL ADDRESS:

Unit 15, Windmill Farm Business Centre,
Bartley Street,
Bedminster,
Bristol BS3 4DB

In the meantime, it’s essential that you continue to seek other accommodation.

You can do this by visiting your Local Authority’s Housing Options team as they may be able to advise you on local emergency accommodation – like a place in a shelter or hostel.

Referral only

Julian Trust Night Shelter

This night shelter provides a hot meal, emergency accommodation and showers for 18 single homeless people aged 18 and over.

More info

Access

Guest entrance off Wilder Street. Guests are advised to queue in the courtyard until the evening’s Supervisor takes a bed list at approximately 7.45pm onwards.

Night Assessment Centre

This Night Shelter provides emergency accommodation for 20 people with complex needs aged 18 and over.

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Access

Referrals are made via the Outreach team.

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