Find out information about the types of housing available to individuals with Autism by clicking here. Please see below for list of services that offer housing advice, foodbanks, homelessness support and other housing services.


National

GOV.UK

Council housing and housing association.

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Shelter

Shelter's advice and support services offer one-to-one personalised help with housing issues and homelessness. On their website you can find expert information or speak to an advisor over webchat. They have a free emergency helpline, open 365 days a year, to answer calls from anyone struggling with a housing issue or homelessness. They also offer solicitors who can provide legal advice and attend court to help people who have lost their homes or facing eviction.

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Crisis

National organisation for homeless people. Crisis offer a housing service and an employment service which helps homeless people back into meaningful and sustainable employment and other support services.

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Centre Point 

Provides homeless young people with accommodation, health support and life skills in order to get them back into education, training and employment. Centre Point also has a free helpline.

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DePaul UK 

Charity for young homeless people. The charity provides pre and post release mentoring services, hostel accommodation and resettlement support for young offenders.

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Foyer 

Provides accommodation with opportunities for young people, and a community in which they can grow and thrive. By integrating training and job search, personal support and motivation with a place to live, they provide a bridge to independence, and a chance for young people to realise their full potential.

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EDF Energy Grant 

The Customer Support Fund awards grants to some of our most vulnerable customer households. The Fund also offers grants to buy essential energy efficient white goods such as cookers, refrigerators, or washing machines

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YMCA

Over 200 YMCA’s around the UK, providing housing and advice for the homeless. YMCA is also involved in training for the unemployed, counselling and other community work.

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Trussell Trust 

Foodbank which provides a minimum of three days emergency food and support to people experiencing crisis in the UK.

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Lets for Life 

Lets for Life provides houses for disabled people, autistic people and people with learning disabilities.

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Essex & Suffolk

North Kensington Law Centre 

Offers legal advice to local residents on homelessness, repossession and eviction by landlord, and serious disrepair.

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Nucleus

Nucleus offers free benefits, debt, housing and employment law advice. 

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Essex Gov Emergency Food & Housing 

Offers advice on emergency food and clothing, as well as emergency funds and crisis loans.

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Essex Gov Housing Options 

Information on housing options and care homes.

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Sussex

Food Partnership

Website containing advice and information on how to get additional support such as foodbank referrals, vouchers, and fuel/financial assistance.

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