What we offer:

Action Homeless offer support to people in our services through a strength based framework and coaching model. Our approach is one of continuous development, and we adapt ourselves, our environment and our services to meet people’s requirements.

Our priority is to ensure everyone has somewhere to feel safe and secure, so they can concentrate on ending homelessness and are supported to access and sustain the right accommodation for their needs.

The charity has over 200 units of accommodation in Leicester.

Some of our accommodation is commissioned in partnership with Leicester City Council and accessed through their referral services. Our partnership includes specialist projects tackling long-term street homelessness, high levels of support for people with multiple and complex needs, as well as accommodation for people who are more independent.

We also have a range of accommodation which is accessible by referrals from agencies and self-referral through our Duty Desk.

This includes shared houses for people that require low support to navigate future housing decisions and more permanent resettlement options.

Our women’s refuge, Bridge House, offers accommodation to women and children experiencing domestic abuse. A Play Facilitator is attached to the project and specialises in building helping children establish positive relationships and healthy family routines through developmental group play and one to one sessions.

Action Homeless is also landlord and have a variety of family and single accommodation which is offered under an Assured Short-hold Tenancy agreement (AST).

To find our more and make any enquiries please contact our Duty Desk on 0116 2211 857 or AHDutydesk@actionhomeless.org.uk


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If you are working with someone who you feel could benefit from our help please call 0116 2211857 and speak to a member of our team who can offer further information and advice.

We are members of Leicester's Homelessness Charter; working together to tackle homelessness in the city,

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