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You might be able to get a place to stay in a hostel, night shelter, refuge or bed and breakfast if you're homeless. To find somewhere to stay ask your local council for contact details of hostels, night shelters, refuges and bed and breakfasts. Ask your council how they can help - you can find their contact details on GOV. You should ask your council if you can stay in your emergency housing. If your council still asks you to leave, you should ask what their policy is for helping rough sleepers.
You can find your local council's contact details on GOV. You should first check if you can get emergency housing from your local council. You'II usually have to pay to stay in most types accommodation. If you're on a low income or benefits you can get help with your rent costs. You can also get specialist advice and support. Refuge or Women's Aid on at any time. If you don't want to call the refuge yourself you can be referred by your local council.
You could also ask your nearest Citizens Advice to refer you.
As well as getting contact details of hostels and night shelters from your local council, you can also search for somewhere to stay on the Homeless Link site. You'll usually need to be referred to a hostel or night shelter by an advice or support agency. Contact your nearest Citizens Advice to see if they can refer you. Contact your nearest Citizens Advice or your local council to find out if you can get details of practical support.
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If you've been asked to leave your emergency housing You might still be able to get help. You can arrange to get a place in a refuge by contacting: Refuge or Women's Aid on at any time Calls to these s are free. Did this advice help? Yes No. Why wasn't this advice helpful? It isn't relevant to my situation.
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