- How we can help
- Your rights if homeless
- Housing advice for people affected by domestic abuse
- Housing advice for care leavers
- Housing advice for armed forces veterans
- Housing advice after being released from prison
- Housing advice for people with mental illness or impairment
- Housing advice after being discharged from hospital
- Facing eviction or having problems with a landlord?
- Finding private rented accommodation
- Duty to refer
- Advice for rough sleepers
How we can help
The moment you fear you're at risk of losing your home, contact us for help and advice.
The sooner we speak to you, the more time we have to stop you losing your home or find you somewhere else to live when you do.
It's important you know your rights when it comes to what you can expect us to do to help.
We have a legal duty to:
- offer advice and carry out prevention work so, where possible, you can remain in your own home
- offer everyone eligible for assistance, either homeless or at risk of homelessness, meaningful help, regardless of priority status
- carry out prevention and relief work for anyone threatened with homelessness