What’s your situation?


Young people and homelessness

If you are 16 or 17 and homeless, worried about being made homeless or facing eviction we've got advice and information that can help.

Homeless due to domestic violence

If you're homeless due to domestic violence or could become homeless because of threats, abuse or intimidation, find out more about your rights and options

Homeless if asked to leave or evicted

If you've been asked to leave your home or are facing eviction, you may be able to take steps to stay in your home or get help finding somewhere else to go

Homeless care leavers

If you are a care leaver, social services may have an ongoing duty to help you with finding somewhere to live

Homeless when released from prison

If you’re homeless after being in prison, you could apply to the council as homeless or contact services offering support and help to find accommodation

Homeless Gypsies and Travellers

Information about the rights that homeless Gypsies and Travellers may have to get help from the council, and to ask for a pitch on a site

Homeless EU and EEA nationals

If you're homeless and from the European Union or the European Economic Area, the council could help you. But your rights depend on the country you're from

Homeless asylum seekers and refugees

You may be entitled to homelessness support if you are an asylum seeker, a refugee, or are appealing against an unsuccessful asylum claim