Helps to connect rough sleepers with local services:
Phone: 0300 500 0914
Young single homeless people aged 16-25 facing a homelessness crisis. No local connection required.
Phone: 0207 939 1235 or 0207 939 1254
Crisis has several services in North and East London. Their Skylight Centres offer a wide range of services covering housing support, employment, education, training, and health and wellbeing. If you are homeless, at immediate risk of becoming homeless, or have been homeless in the last two years, you can access Crisis’ services for free by becoming a Skylight member. To become a member, please contact the centre you wish to attend.
Address: Crisis Skylight London
66 Commercial Street
London E1 6LT
Phone: 0300 636 1967
Phone: 020 8965 2561
Help and advice to those threatened with or already homeless
Phone: 0808 800 4444
The National Domestic Violence Helpline
24hr Helpline for those fleeing domestic violence
Phone: 0808 2000 247
Refugee Action can provide advice to migrants and asylum seekers.
Phone: 0808 800 0007
Christian Action Housing – Deborah Tempest House
Young single people aged 16-21 with medium to high support needs who are homeless or are at risk of homelessness. Can accept care leavers. Must have a local connection to LB Enfield.
All referrals via Enfield CAPITA
5 full time staff on-site 8am-7pm, security guard 7pm-8am, emergency on-call system. Keywork system with weekly meetings. Support plans with agreed outcomes, reviewed at least quarterly. Referral agency, key professionals and relatives are invited to be involved in support planning process. Support provided around benefits, life skills, employment and training and access to specialist services.
People with a history of arson, serious violence and sex offending. People who do not have an income.
Address: 337 Baker Street
Phone: 020 8370 4920
Origin – Enfield Single Housing
Single non priority homeless people and students aged 18 and over in housing need or considered to be vulnerable with low support needs and a local connection to Enfield.
Accept referrals from LB Enfield Housing Advice Centre and Two-e. Students can self-refer. Require 2 proofs of identity, eg student ID card, NI number. Full time students must provide university/college confirmation letter for council tax.
Housing management staff only. Limited floating support available.
Those whose previous history poses a threat to other residents.
Address: 227 High Street
Phone: 020 3503 0541
Riverside Care and Support – Beck House
Single homeless mothers with 1 children between age of 0-5. Local connection to LB Enfield is required.
Accept referrals via Enfield CAPITA system.
12 staff, 24 hour waking cover. Compulsory keywork system with meetings at least monthly and agreed resettlement programme. Support plans with agreed outcomes, reviewed every 3 months. Staff help to identify health, education and training needs, maximise benefits entitlement and develop life skills such as cooking, literacy, numeracy and managing on a low income.
Will not accept current Class A drug users or those with recent histories of serious violence or anyone who presents a risk to women or children.
Referral Address: c/o LB Enfield Housing Advice Team
John Wilkes House
79 High Street
Phone: 020 8379 4384
Homelessness Resource Centre
Day centre for homeless people. Literacy, numeracy and IT classes. Budgeting sessions. Support around job search and CV writing. Benefits advice. Housing advice, including referrals to emergency housing. Laundry. Clothing store. Access to computers and internet while on relevant project.
Serves Enfield and Haringey.
Address: 7-9 Tramway Avenue
Phone: 020 8884 1838
Christian Action Housing – YPF Accommodation
Single people with low to medium support needs who are homeless or at risk of homelessness. Accept referrals aged 16-22 from Enfield, and aged 16-22 from Haringey. Must have a local connection to Enfield or Haringey (at least 6 months).
Accept referrals from named agencies, including Enfield Housing Advice Centre, Social Services, Enfield's Two-e Young People's Service, and Haringey's Vulnerable Adult Team. Also accept self-referrals from those with an Enfield connection.
5 full time staff available at off-site office Mon-Fri 8am-6pm. Staff visit properties weekly. Keyworker system with regular meetings. Support plans based on independent living skills and resettlement. Staff help with benefits, finding appropriate local support and training services. Offer basic counselling. Residents can access workshops run by other Christian Action Young People Services.
Those with ongoing alcohol or drug dependency.
Address: Benedict House
61 Island Centre Way
Phone: 01992 765900