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I'm young and homeless

What to do:

Young and affected by homelessness?

If you believe someone’s health is in immediate danger, please call 999.

If you are concerned about someone rough sleeping, or you are concerned for yourself, contact an outreach team. Here's how.

Oxford outreach team

Call OxSPOT with details and location during office hours on 07590 862049 or email on Outreach.Oxford@mungos.org

Please note that OxSPOT is not an emergency service but will follow up all calls and emails as soon as possible.

Elsewhere in Oxfordshire

Contact Connection Support on 01865 711267 or outreach@connectionsupport.org.uk

Worried about eviction?

The Homelessness Reduction Act 2017 means that your local council has duties to prevent and relieve homelessness.

Which district council should I contact?

Your local council:

Oxford City Council

Cherwell District Council - 01295 753 751 or 01295 221 531 out of hours

South Oxfordshire District Council - 01235 422 452 or 01235 422 410 out of hours

Vale of White Horse District Council - 01235 422 452 or 01235 422 420 out of hours

West Oxfordshire District Council - 01993 861 000

 

See also

In every location in England, you can report a concern about someone rough sleeping through the StreetLink website.

If you have a bed in supported accommodation, please speak to your support worker.

I need help with the cost of living

How to help someone rough sleeping in Oxfordshire

About YPSA - young people's supported accommodation services in Oxfordshire

Young people at risk of homelessness are provided with high quality accommodation while being supported to develop their independent living skills, find employment, or gain education or training.

YPSA eligibility

You can’t directly apply for this service. Referrals must be made through a Social Worker. Please contact Oxfordshire Social Services on 01865 792422 for more information about referrals.

Referral forms are normally completed by social workers, "leaving care personal assistants", district council housing officers or other statutory agencies. These forms are emailed to placementserviceadmin@oxfordshire.gov.uk or via LCS for OCC staff.

Upon entering the service, young people will be allocated a YPSA worker to support them alongside other professionals. They will work as a team to support the young person while they are in the service and there will be a clear action plan in place.

The full information about YPSA and how it works is available from Oxfordshire County Council.

YPSA is offered by:

A2Dominion - see: vulnerable young people (external link)

Connection Support YPSA service (external link)

Homegroup

Oxford Human Capital (external link)

Oxfordshire Youth (external link)

Response YPSA service

St Mungo's - Somewhere Safe To Stay. SSTS is for 18+

Stonewater

Other services for young people

Elmore help with tenancies for anyone 18+. Oxfordshire Mind have a Children, Young People and Families service. Banbury has its own Young Homeless Project—BYHP.

Below we list everything on our record from the above named places, plus any others who should be able to offer some kind of help.

We are working to improve this answer. Please bear with us.

Question not answered? Check the services listed—below, or choose another question—above. Alternatively, drop us a line on social media or get in touch. We will use your feedback to improve the site, and we want to hear from you.

I've been abused and need support

What to do:

Abuse can take many forms.

Rape or sexual assault

OSARCC

OSARCC is the Oxfordshire Sexual Abuse & Rape Crisis centre. They are a feminist organisation committed to supporting survivors of sexual abuse, rape, domestic abuse, and harassment.

They offer a free and confidential service to survivors aged 14+ who are dealing with the effects of sexual violence, and to anyone who is supporting them.

If you have recently been raped or sexually assaulted, you can visit a Sexual Assault Referral Centre (SARC) for medical and practical support.

Please note that OSARCC are not a SARC and do not perform forensic medical examinations. 

The majority of their services are currently open to self-identifying women and girls, while their advocacy service supports survivors of all genders.

Referrals: osarcc.org.uk/make-a-referral/ For enquiries about referrals, signposting, support and referral appointments: referrals@osarcc.org.uk 

Contact: admin@osarcc.org.uk 01865 725311
 

SARCs

SARCs can be found throughout the UK. Read more about what a SARC can be used for. See the NHS website and find a centre. 

Thames Valley Sarc Bicester

Solace Centre, Police House, Queens Avenue, Bicester, Oxfordshire, OX26 2NT

0800 970 9952 - 24/7 helpline

Map and directions

Swindon And Wiltshire Sarc

The Gables, Shrivenham Road, South Marston, Swindon, Wiltshire, SN3 4RB

01793 781916 Day, 01793 781917 out of hours

Map and directions

Rape Crisis England & Wales

The national service Rape Crisis England & Wales has lots of helpful information, including what to do if something happened recently, and how to find support in your area.

They also have:

- 24/7 Rape & Sexual Abuse Support Line: 247sexualabusesupport.org.uk or call 0808 500 2222

- specific help about support for men and boys who are victims of sexual violence or abuse

 

Domestic abuse

Contact ODAS

ODAS is the Oxfordshire Domestic Abuse Service—run by A2Dominion.

ODAS has been providing support for victims of domestic abuse for over 10 years in Oxfordshire. They are committed to empowering females and males in an abusive relationship, irrespective of sexuality or ethnicity, to make their own choices. The priority is to help victims and their children feel safe whether or not they choose to leave the relationship. 

The services mentioned on this page may not be emergency services. If you are in danger or need urgent medical attention, call 999.

 

IDVAs

Independent Domestic Abuse Advisors (IDVAs) support high risk domestic abuse cases. Access is through a referral once assessed as high-risk by a professional. IDVAs also support high risk male victim survivors, but all work is on a 1:1 basis. See the "Reducing the Risk" information portal below for the contact details. The IDVA Service is commissioned by Oxfordshire County Council. 

 

Verbal abuse

Verbal abuse can be a criminal offense. Reporting it to the police brings visibility to the problem and helps them address it. Having a case number may help you in repeat cases. Online contact with the police is dealt with in exactly the same way as non-emergency 101 phone calls. 

Report a crime

Call 101 or report it online.

 

See also

Reducing the Risk - information portal

General guidance

I need a shower and clothing (For recent sexual abuse, see the NHS website and find a SARC centre first.)

Question not answered? Check the services listed—below, or choose another question—above. Alternatively, drop us a line on social media or get in touch. We will use your feedback to improve the site, and we want to hear from you.

I need help for women only (NEW)

What to do:

We are currently working on this page. Please bear with us as we will continue to update it.

For women-only services and help.

Support after abuse

See the guidance: I've been abused and need support


Housing

Read our general guidance and get a referral from OxSPOT or Connection Support so you can ask to access housing. Example housing available for women only includes the following:

 

Aspire

Offer: a women-only house

Spaces: 5

Description: When you join the women's project, you get help to feel better and grow your confidence. You can take pride in your living space and build strong friendships. You will also learn to help around the house, join the housing register, keep up with payments, and register with services like a doctor and dentist. The project will connect you with Turning Point and help you find work or training opportunities.

Contact: april@aspireoxford.co.uk

Referrals: referrals@aspireoxford.co.uk

 

A2Dominion

Offer: a female-only cluster within Matilda House—there are men in the same building

Spaces: 10

Description: Matilda House is a specially built unit for people who have experienced homelessness and have a connection to Oxford City.

When you join, you get help with mental health issues or addictions. There is support to keep your space clean and improve your social life. Each guest has a named support worker, and the level of support is agreed upon with you. There are also day trips for everyone.

Contact: 

Referrals:

 

Connection Support

Offer: a property for women only who have a "no recourse to public funds"—NRPF—status

Spaces: 2

Description: Set up by OHM in partnership with Connection Support, Aspire, Asylum Welcome, Edge Housing and Soha. 

Contact: EvaBrown@connectionsupport.org.uk

Referrals: nrpf@connectionsupport.org.uk

 

Edge Housing

Offer: a women-only house for people with varied needs

Spaces: 3

Description: You’ll get help to build self-esteem, resilience, and support networks, aiming for recovery, employment, and moving to your own place. This is done through one-to-one and group work, house meetings, and guidance. Edge supports you for as long as you want, even after you leave.

Contact: info@edgehousing.org

Referrals: through support workers who will contact Edge on their behalf

 

Homeless Oxfordshire 

Offer: women's only housing project

Spaces: 5

Description: Support is available 9am-5pm Mon-Fri, with on-call help 24/7.

Everyone's needs are different, so support is tailored individually. This can include healthcare, addiction support, therapy, or accessing benefits.

Skilled support workers, many with lived experience of homelessness, build trusting relationships with residents and support them throughout their journey.

Homeless Oxfordshire also offers options for women experiencing homelessness with support and accommodation in various mixed-gender projects like O’Hanlon House, Mawle Court, Project 41, The Vineyard, Step-Up and Step-Down, and the Sapling project.

Contact: info@homelessoxfordshire.uk

Referrals: through the access panel or through health colleagues for Sapling and the Step-Up and Step-Down projects

 

Oxfordshire Mind

Offer: women only housing available at Micklewood House, Sunnyside and in flats. Staffed 9am-5pm with on-call support evenings and weekends

Spaces: 7 rooms (Micklewood), plus others

Description: Support is available for women with serious mental health issues, often after hospital stays, and those experiencing homelessness, including those with addiction issues.

Smaller projects house women in unstaffed properties. Sunnyside is a women-only house. Other properties offer one-bedroom flats. Larger projects provide mixed-gender accommodation.

Contact: referrals@oxfordshiremind.org.uk

Referrals: through a hospital or organisations within the homeless pathway. Specify on the form that a female only house is wanted. Applicants generally require a local connection to Oxfordshire. A care plan and risk assessment should be added to the referral form for an assessment to take place.

 

Response

Offer: women only housing 

Spaces: 5

Description: Willow House offers a safe and empowering space with supported living accommodation. The aim is to improve health, resilience, and life chances. Activities include cooking, exercise, computer support, music, arts, crafts, and gardening, tailored to residents' interests.

Assistance with daily tasks, mental health support, and access to local services is available. Friends and family can visit but not stay overnight.

The project team, trained by the NHS Oxford Complex Needs Service, helps residents manage the service and set personal goals. There's a move-on plan within 18 months.

Contact: Referral Coordinator team 01865 397951

Referrals: use the Oxfordshire Mental Health Partnership Referral Form and send this and supporting paperwork to referrals@response.org.uk  


Non-emergency help

Asylum seekers and refugees

See the guidance: I have no local connection

See the guidance: I am a homeless EU national

Please note Refugee Resource run separate services for women.

 

Amenities, showers, toiletries clothing

The Gatehouse - showers, toiletries, clothing. Also events and groups for women—see diary below. Also on offer is one-to-one support with a case worker, referrals to The Gatehouse counselling service, refreshments. sarah@oxfordgatehouse.org

 

Counselling

OWCC—Oxfordshire Women's Counselling Centre. Rates depend on circumstances

 

Drug addiction, recovery from addiction in general

Turning Point offer a range of services for women only. Some of these are at Vintage Refresh Cafe on Cowley Road. Others are at Banbury Hub or elsewhere.

See the diary below. Ask about a "Freedom Programme" quarterly.

There is also care planning as part of community drug and alcohol treatment, home visits and sessions at places including O'Hanlon House / Somewhere Safe To Stay, Connection Support, A2Dominion Matilda House and Edge Housing.

There are direct links with Eastwood Park for on-release help.

Contact Turning Point.

 

Sexual health

Turning Point give advice on safer sex and contraceptive implants to Turning Point service users.


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Diary for women
Column for activity, and rows for days of the week.
  Activity
Monday

Little Miss Mondays

 

 

 

Little Miss Monday

Women's Only NA Meeting from Turning Point's Vintage Refresh Cafe. 11am-12pm. For contact details, see daily services

 

Turning Point + National Probation Service sessions for women involved in the criminal justice system, at Oxford Probation Office, and in Witney.

Tuesday

Women's Only Safe Space (18+)

From The Gatehouse. Meet like minded women, chat and develop activities. 2-4pm.

Showers, clothing, toiletries, refreshments, hygiene products provided. Caseworker will be on site to offer support and they can refer to their in-house counsellor if required. sarah@oxfordgatehouse.org

 

Women's Recovery Network Drop-in Group

From Turning Point's Vintage Refresh Cafe. Women supporting women in recovery. 10am-12.30pm. For contact details, see daily services

women's recovery network

Build a supportive network for women in the recovery community. Empower each other, gain self-esteem, build confidence, practice self-care, and have a safe space to talk.

Open to all Turning Point service users in Oxfordshire and the wider recovery community, at any stage of recovery. The group offers peer support and activities like crochet, macrame, decoupage, board games, and chatting to promote self-esteem and new friendships. Staff provide emotional and practical support. 

Open to all, moving away from offending and substance use. No appointment needed. Coffee, tea, and cake are always available!

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Wednesday  
Thursday

Women's Group at Turning Point Banbury Hub

12.30-1.30pm, 2nd Floor, Banbury Health Centre, OX16 5QD
01295 225 544

Friday  
Saturday  
Sunday

Hairdressing available one Sunday per month, 4-6pm at The Gatehouse. Contact the office for dates. (This is not women only.)

 

See also

General guidance

Question not answered? Check the services listed—below, or choose another question—above. Alternatively, drop us a line on social media or get in touch. We will use your feedback to improve the site, and we want to hear from you.

I'm hungry

What to do:

Hungry? Access daily services

You can get free or cheap food at Daily Service venues. Some venues also offer showers and free, clean clothes. Please take a look at our summary of Daily Services in Oxfordshire which shows exactly who is open and when. All of our guidance about food provision is now on the Daily Services page.

See also

General guidance

     

    Question not answered? Check the services listed—below, or choose another question—above. Alternatively, drop us a line on social media or get in touch. We will use your feedback to improve the site, and we want to hear from you.

    I need help with cost of living

    What to do:

    Cost of living helped by Oxfordshire Residents Support SchemeFor cost of living help in Oxfordshire, there is now a Support Scheme. This helps with basic costs like food, credit for gas, electric metres. It might also help with white goods, furniture and clothing. It is for one-off crisis needs. It is not for ongoing expenses.

    Apply for Residents Support Scheme with Oxfordshire County Council

    See also Cost of Living Payments for Low-Income Residents Offered by County Council (November, 2023)

     

    Cost of living in general

    Our partners have all reacted to the deepening cost-of-living crisis. Everyone wants to ensure that people can easily access the help and advice they need. For general advice on where you can get support concerning the cost-of-living visit Citizens Advice or the UK government's advice page. Shelter have some useful general tips. There is also Soha's guidance on what you are fully entitled to, contacting your utility company, keeping warm and who can help in your area. Though it's not a local service, NIDirect's helpful Universal Credit Explained videos help you understand more about this benefit. The videos can also help you make your claim for Universal Credit online.

    Cost of living - local advice

    Oxfordshire County Council has a dedicated section on their website about local cost of living support.

    Your local council offers help and or advice with the cost of living. If you are not sure which district you are in, please use the link at the top of this list first:

    Which district council should I contact?

    I am worried about the cost of living in Oxford City

    I am worried about the cost of living in Cherwell

    I am worried about the cost of living in South Oxfordshire

    I am worried about the cost of living in Vale of White Horse

    I am worried about the cost of living in West Oxfordshire

    Find more advice on specific issues below.

     

    I can’t afford food

    We’ve listed all links and information about food provision in one place: Daily Services shows exactly who is open and when across Oxfordshire. You can also check out the free and low-cost food options in Oxford listed by Oxford City Council, and the free or subsidised food within Oxfordshire map and database provided by Good Food Oxford, Feeding the Gaps, and the city council.

     

    I can’t afford my rent

    If you’re worried about losing your home, you should get advice as early as possible. See eviction risk advice to learn more.

    If you’re in danger of losing your home and want to gain control over your finances and housing then you can contact Connection Support’s Housing Support Team.

    Shelter can help you understand your rights and get the support you need with Private Renting, Eviction, Mortgage Repossession, Tenancy Deposits and Council Housing.

    If you are a permanent council house tenant in Oxford, you can seek help with managing your tenancy from the council's Tenancy Sustainment Team.

    For general advice visit the UK’s largest tenant support community, The Tenants’ Voice.

     

    I’m in debt

    Citizens Advice Oxford may have suggestions.

    Phone: 0808 278 7909

    Email: use their web form

    For more advice on debt solutions, you can visit their website. Topics include bankruptcy, budgeting , getting financial advice, debt management plans and a debt remedy tool.

    For confidential and independent advice on dealing with debt in the UK, you can call or visit the National Debt line on 0808 808 4000.

     

    I can’t afford my bills

    To find out what steps you can take if you’re struggling to pay energy bills you can visit Citizens Advice.

    For advice on saving energy visit the government's website or call 0800 444 202.

    To know how to spot an energy scam visit Energy Saving Trust.

    If you are an individual, small business, nursery or school within the Vale of White Horse district you can apply for the Wantage & Grove Energy Support Fund.

     

    I need other advice

    For free, confidential, impartial and independent advice and information, get in touch with Citizens Advice. The Oxford branch can be reached by phone: 0808 278 7909, email and online web chat, or see our list of Citizens Advice branches—under the heading 'key functions'.

     

    Question not answered? Check the services listed—below, or choose another question—above. Alternatively, drop us a line on social media or get in touch. We will use your feedback to improve the site, and we want to hear from you.

    I'm hot

    What to do:

    Stay hydrated if you are hot.

    Drink more water than you think you need.

    Use water points.

    Water bottles are essential in hot weather.

    Hot Weather SWEP is currently CLOSED.

    In Oxford city, you can get water at:

    • the Town Hall Café

    • public leisure places

    • places listed with the Refill app

    • one of the daily services

    • Crisis Café on George Street

    • Florence Park, Bury Knowle Park and Cutteslowe Park

    • OxSPOT provide water, cups and sunscreen to people on the streets during daily rounds

     

    More tips:

    • tips on heat and heat stroke from the NHS

    • avoid sunburn—stay out of the sun 11am-4pm. Wear sun cream and a sun hat

    • use cool—not cold—showers at daily services

    • use wet towels

    • put your feet in cool water

    • spend time in an air-conditioned public spaces

    • use a library if the daily services are shut

    • wear light coloured, loose-fit clothes

     

    See also

    General guidance

    Hot weather SWEP explained - with links to additional helpful ideas

     

    Photo by charlesdeluvio on Unsplash

    Question not answered? Check the services listed—below, or choose another question—above. Alternatively, drop us a line on social media or get in touch. We will use your feedback to improve the site, and we want to hear from you.

    I need to get online

    What to do:

    Getting Oxfordshire Online may be a good place to start.

    Oxfordshire County Council welcomes everyone to all of their 44 libraries. It is free to join.

    Some daily services can help.

    Question not answered? Check the services listed—below, or choose another question—above. Alternatively, drop us a line on social media or get in touch. We will use your feedback to improve the site, and we want to hear from you.

    I need accommodation in very cold weather

    What to do:

    In very cold weather, if you don't have a local connection to Oxfordshire or don't meet the requirements for housing services, you can still access a SWEP—emergency—bed.

    SWEP is now CLOSED. 

    If your health or someone else’s is in immediate danger, please call 999.

    Cold weather SWEP Across Oxfordshire

    People outside Oxford who want a SWEP bed should ask Connection Support (see below) before 5pm. State:

    • full name,
    • date of birth,
    • which local council they / you come from (if any)
    • any support needs or concerns

    If nobody answers the call, call back later or leave a brief answerphone message with name and phone number ONLY. After 5pm, refer to each local authority's out of hours phone numbers (as listed in our general guidance). The duty service will be aware that SWEP is activated and consideration will be given on a case by case basis.

    This winter Oxfordshire's district councils have all agreed to do SWEP joined up county wide. However, SWEP may be open if for example snow is forecast in just one part of the county.

    Cold weather SWEP for Oxford City

    Contact St Mungo's - OxSPOT—see below—before 5pm. State full name, date of birth and any support needs. If nobody answers, call back later or leave a brief answerphone message with name and phone number ONLY. After 5pm—or if you / the person did not get identified during the day—go to O’Hanlon House between 11pm and midnight to ask for a bed.

    (OWNS also offer beds in their winter night shelter January through to the end of March for those rough sleeping around the city. As with other venues, access is by referral.)

    See also

    General guidance

    Cold weather SWEP explained

    Question not answered? Check the services listed—below, or choose another question—above. Alternatively, drop us a line on social media or get in touch. We will use your feedback to improve the site, and we want to hear from you.

     

    I need help with my mental health

    What to do:

    Mental health help

    Do you need to talk to someone right now?

    Whatever you're going through, a Samaritan will face it with you. Samaritans are available 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. 

    Call 116 123 for free

    Need local and urgent help?

    There is help from OMHP on what to do in a mental health crisis

    For anything less urgent

    If your need is less immediate there are numerous contacts that can help and support you. See below. Please note that some of these are not health professionals. If in any doubt, consult your doctor or refer to Luther Street Medical Centre.

    To find out more about OMHP see their booklet or click them in the list below. Question not answered? Check the other services listed—below, or choose another question—above. Alternatively, drop us a line on social media or get in touch. We will use your feedback to improve the site, and we want to hear from you.

    I need help for my dog

    What to do:

    A dog is man’s (or woman’s!) best friend and if you are living on the streets, it is great to know that there are people that can help keep your friend fit and healthy.

    The organisations below offer free of charge help for dogs that live on the streets with their owners.

    Question not answered? Check the services listed—below, or choose another question—above. Alternatively, drop us a line on social media or get in touch. We will use your feedback to improve the site, and we want to hear from you.

    I am worried about someone sleeping rough

    What to do:

    General guidance

    If you believe someone’s health is in immediate danger, please call 999.

    If you are concerned about someone rough sleeping, or you are concerned for yourself, contact an outreach team. Here's how.

    Oxford outreach team

    Call OxSPOT with details and location during office hours on 07590 862049 or email on Outreach.Oxford@mungos.org

    Please note that OxSPOT is not an emergency service but will follow up all calls and emails as soon as possible.

    Elsewhere in Oxfordshire

    Contact Connection Support on 01865 711267 or outreach@connectionsupport.org.uk

    About to lose your home? Worried about eviction?

    The Homelessness Reduction Act 2017 means that your local council has duties to prevent and relieve homelessness.

    Which district council should I contact?

    Your local council:

    Oxford City Council

    Cherwell District Council - 01295 753 751 or 01295 221 531 out of hours

    South Oxfordshire District Council - 01235 422 452 or 01235 422 410 out of hours

    Vale of White Horse District Council - 01235 422 452 or 01235 422 420 out of hours

    West Oxfordshire District Council - 01993 861 000

     

    Once you have contacted your local council, please also consider:

    Aspire Oxfordshire - Homelessness Prevention

    Connection Support - Housing Support

    Connection Support - Benefits Specialist Service

    Crisis Skylight - Housing Advice

     

    See also

    In every location in England, you can report a concern about someone rough sleeping through the StreetLink website.

    If you have a bed in supported accommodation, please speak to your support worker.

    I need help with the cost of living

    How to help someone rough sleeping in Oxfordshire

    I need help

    I want to help

    This same general guidance page is repeated across our website.

    Question not answered? Check the services listed—below, or choose another question—above. Alternatively, drop us a line on social media or get in touch. We will use your feedback to improve the site, and we want to hear from you.

    I need help with training and employment

    What to do:

    If you need help with education, training or your search for employment, all of the services below may be able to offer you help and advice.

    See also

    General guidance

     

    Question not answered? Check the services listed—below, or choose another question—above. Alternatively, drop us a line on social media or get in touch. We will use your feedback to improve the site, and we want to hear from you.

    I have no local connection

    What to do:

    You can use local daily services whenever available, and emergency beds during the winter.

    You may be able to find a bed through services that aren't funded by the council, such as ACT, Aspire and Edge Housing. If you are a refugee, you could try Refugees at Home.

    (At the moment, you need a local connection to access council-funded supported accommodation.)

    If you have no local connection you can approach any local authority to ask for help. 

    See also

    General guidance

    I need accommodation in very cold weather

    Question not answered? Check the services listed—below, or choose another question—above. Alternatively, drop us a line on social media or get in touch. We will use your feedback to improve the site, and we want to hear from you.

    I need ID

    What to do:

    You don’t have to have ID to use all services. If you need help obtaining ID, one of the organisations below may be able to help you.

    Question not answered? Check the services listed—below, or choose another question—above. Alternatively, drop us a line on social media or get in touch. We will use your feedback to improve the site, and we want to hear from you.

    I'm cold

    What to do:

    Daily services

    You can get warm at daily service venues. Some offer showers and free, clean clothes. Please take a look at our summary of daily services in Oxfordshire which shows exactly who is open and when.

     

    See also

    General guidance

    I need accommodation in very cold weather

     

     

    Question not answered? Check the services listed—below, or choose another question—above. Alternatively, drop us a line on social media or get in touch. We will use your feedback to improve the site, and we want to hear from you.

    I need medical care

    What to do:

    If you don't have a doctor you can register with Luther Street Medical Centre. Luther Street give medical care to people experiencing homelessness.

    Their Centre is not an emergency service. If your health or someone else’s is in immediate danger, please call 999.

    The most up to date information on and guidance about coronavirus can be found on the NHS website.

    Question not answered? Check the services listed—below, or choose another question—above. Alternatively, drop us a line on social media or get in touch. We will use your feedback to improve the site, and we want to hear from you.

    I have no money

    What to do:

    If you have no money, check the services listed below. Connection Support have a specialist service about Benefits. If you need to claim welfare benefits, ask at Citizen's Advice, a local advice centre, or one of the daily services

    Though it's not a local service, NIDirect's helpful Universal Credit Explained videos help you understand more about this benefit. They can also help you make your claim for Universal Credit online. 

    See also

    General guidance

    I am about to be evicted

    I need help with the cost of living

    Question not answered? Check the services listed—below, or choose another question—above. Alternatively, drop us a line on social media or get in touch. We will use your feedback to improve the site, and we want to hear from you.

    I need a shower and clothing

    What to do:

    You can get warm, shower, change your clothing and get free or cheap food at day services at The Porch.

    The Gatehouse Café in St Giles Parish Rooms—and Oxford Companions, in the same venue Saturdays—also provide showers at certain times and a safe and welcoming place to eat and get clothes; and there are a number of other providers of food and clothing listed below.

    Some student and community groups also provide clothes directly to people on the streets.

    See also

    Daily services

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    I am a homeless EU national

    What to do:

    If youre an EU national, homeless and not working, you may not have the right to claim benefits or housing in the UK.

    1. You may find it useful to contact Refugees at Home about your case.
    2. You can use daily services when these are available, access emergency accommodation during the winter, and get medical help from Luther Street: all of these are listed below.
    3. If youre not entitled to benefits or housing, outreach teams may be able to help you return home if you want to, or link you in with services who can help you into, or back into, work.

    See also

    General guidance

    I need accommodation in very cold weather

     

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    I've left prison and need help

    What to do:

    If you've left prison and need help, your first port of call should be the local authority.

    Find your local authority.

    You may want to check the services below, who may also be able to help.

    See

    General guidance

    Question not answered? Check the services listed—below, or choose another question—above. Alternatively, drop us a line on social media or get in touch. We will use your feedback to improve the site, and we want to hear from you.

    I need help with my addiction

    What to do:

    Addiction in general

    Please speak to your support worker if you have one. If your health or someone else’s is in immediate danger, please call 999.

    Are you on drugs?

    Talk to FRANK.

    For all other help, check the contacts listed below.

    See also

    General guidance

    Alcohol Brief Intervention

    Find an AA meeting

     

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    I am about to be evicted

    What to do:

    If you’re worried about losing your home, you should get advice as early as possible.

    The Homelessness Reduction Act 2017 means that your local council has duties to prevent and relieve homelessness. 

    Not sure which district you are in? Please use the top link first:

    Which district council should I contact?

    I am worried about being evicted in Oxford City

    I am worried about being evicted in Cherwell

    I am worried about being evicted in South Oxfordshire

    I am worried about being evicted in Vale of White Horse

    I am worried about being evicted in West Oxfordshire

    Once you have contacted your local council, please also consider:

    Aspire Oxfordshire - Homelessness Prevention

    Connection Support - Housing Support

    Connection Support - Benefits Specialist Service

    Crisis Skylight - Housing Advice

    See also:

    I need help with the cost of living

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    I can't find my question

    What to do:

    We want to hear from you if you’ve got a question that’s not answered here. We will try and respond as soon as possible and will use your feedback to improve the site. Please get in touch or drop us a line on social media.

    I need somewhere to sleep

    What to do:

    Need somewhere to sleep? You need to be verified by the relevant outreach teams before you can access most beds and services funded by councils. 

    Oxford outreach team

    Call OxSPOT with details and location during office hours on 07590 862049 or email on Outreach.Oxford@mungos.org

    Please note that OxSPOT is not an emergency service but will follow up all calls and emails as soon as possible.

    Elsewhere in Oxfordshire

    Contact Connection Support on 01865 711267 or outreach@connectionsupport.org.uk

    About to lose your home? Worried about eviction?

    The Homelessness Reduction Act 2017 means that your local council has duties to prevent and relieve homelessness.

    Which district council should I contact?

    Your local council:

    Oxford City Council

    Cherwell District Council - 01295 753 751 or 01295 221 531 out of hours

    South Oxfordshire District Council - 01235 422 452 or 01235 422 410 out of hours

    Vale of White Horse District Council - 01235 422 452 or 01235 422 420 out of hours

    West Oxfordshire District Council - 01993 861 000

    Once you have contacted your local council, please also consider:

    Aspire Oxfordshire - Homelessness Prevention

    Connection Support - Housing Support

    Connection Support - Benefits Specialist Service

    Crisis Skylight - Housing Advice

    See also

    In every location in England, you can report a concern about someone rough sleeping through the StreetLink website.

    If you have a bed in supported accommodation, please speak to your support worker.

    I need help with the cost of living

    How to help someone rough sleeping in Oxfordshire

    I need help

    I want to help

    This same general guidance page is repeated across our website.

    You may also want to check the organisations listed below for help, or access the daily services.

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    Provides

    Greater Change: Doesn't provide shelter Doesn't provide shelter
    Greater Change: Provides guidance Provides guidance
    Greater Change: Provides new skill learning Provides new skill learning

    Accepts

    Greater Change: Accepts time Accepts time
    Greater Change: Doesn't accept things Doesn't accept things
    Greater Change: Accepts money Accepts money

    Provides

    Homeless Oxfordshire - Vineyard : Provides shelter Provides shelter
    Homeless Oxfordshire - Vineyard : Provides guidance Provides guidance
    Homeless Oxfordshire - Vineyard : Provides new skill learning Provides new skill learning

    Accepts

    Homeless Oxfordshire - Vineyard : Accepts time Accepts time
    Homeless Oxfordshire - Vineyard : Accepts things Accepts things
    Homeless Oxfordshire - Vineyard : Accepts money Accepts money

    Provides

    Connection Support - Step Down Housing Service: Provides shelter Provides shelter
    Connection Support - Step Down Housing Service: Provides guidance Provides guidance
    Connection Support - Step Down Housing Service: Doesn't provide new skill learning Doesn't provide new skill learning

    Accepts

    Connection Support - Step Down Housing Service: Doesn't accept time Doesn't accept time
    Connection Support - Step Down Housing Service: Accepts things Accepts things
    Connection Support - Step Down Housing Service: Accepts money Accepts money

    Provides

    Mindful Refuge: Doesn't provide shelter Doesn't provide shelter
    Mindful Refuge: Doesn't provide guidance Doesn't provide guidance
    Mindful Refuge: Provides new skill learning Provides new skill learning

    Accepts

    Mindful Refuge: Accepts time Accepts time
    Mindful Refuge: Accepts things Accepts things
    Mindful Refuge: Doesn't accept money Doesn't accept money

    Provides

    Rose Hill & Donnington Advice Centre: Doesn't provide shelter Doesn't provide shelter
    Rose Hill & Donnington Advice Centre: Provides guidance Provides guidance
    Rose Hill & Donnington Advice Centre: Doesn't provide new skill learning Doesn't provide new skill learning

    Accepts

    Rose Hill & Donnington Advice Centre: Doesn't accept time Doesn't accept time
    Rose Hill & Donnington Advice Centre: Doesn't accept things Doesn't accept things
    Rose Hill & Donnington Advice Centre: Doesn't accept money Doesn't accept money

    Provides

    Oxford Homeless Project: Doesn't provide shelter Doesn't provide shelter
    Oxford Homeless Project: Doesn't provide guidance Doesn't provide guidance
    Oxford Homeless Project: Doesn't provide new skill learning Doesn't provide new skill learning

    Accepts

    Oxford Homeless Project: Accepts time Accepts time
    Oxford Homeless Project: Accepts things Accepts things
    Oxford Homeless Project: Accepts money Accepts money

    Provides

    Only a Pavement Away: Doesn't provide shelter Doesn't provide shelter
    Only a Pavement Away: Provides guidance Provides guidance
    Only a Pavement Away: Provides new skill learning Provides new skill learning

    Accepts

    Only a Pavement Away: Doesn't accept time Doesn't accept time
    Only a Pavement Away: Doesn't accept things Doesn't accept things
    Only a Pavement Away: Doesn't accept money Doesn't accept money

    Provides

    Housing Options - West Oxfordshire: Doesn't provide shelter Doesn't provide shelter
    Housing Options - West Oxfordshire: Provides guidance Provides guidance
    Housing Options - West Oxfordshire: Doesn't provide new skill learning Doesn't provide new skill learning

    Accepts

    Housing Options - West Oxfordshire: Doesn't accept time Doesn't accept time
    Housing Options - West Oxfordshire: Doesn't accept things Doesn't accept things
    Housing Options - West Oxfordshire: Doesn't accept money Doesn't accept money

    Provides

    Read Easy Oxford: Doesn't provide shelter Doesn't provide shelter
    Read Easy Oxford: Doesn't provide guidance Doesn't provide guidance
    Read Easy Oxford: Provides new skill learning Provides new skill learning

    Accepts

    Read Easy Oxford: Doesn't accept time Doesn't accept time
    Read Easy Oxford: Doesn't accept things Doesn't accept things
    Read Easy Oxford: Doesn't accept money Doesn't accept money

    Provides

    YPSA: Provides shelter Provides shelter
    YPSA: Provides guidance Provides guidance
    YPSA: Provides new skill learning Provides new skill learning

    Accepts

    YPSA: Doesn't accept time Doesn't accept time
    YPSA: Doesn't accept things Doesn't accept things
    YPSA: Accepts money Accepts money

    Provides

    Edge Housing - Female-only supported accommodation: Provides shelter Provides shelter
    Edge Housing - Female-only supported accommodation: Provides guidance Provides guidance
    Edge Housing - Female-only supported accommodation: Provides new skill learning Provides new skill learning

    Accepts

    Edge Housing - Female-only supported accommodation: Accepts time Accepts time
    Edge Housing - Female-only supported accommodation: Accepts things Accepts things
    Edge Housing - Female-only supported accommodation: Accepts money Accepts money

    Provides

    OWNS - The Living Room: Doesn't provide shelter Doesn't provide shelter
    OWNS - The Living Room: Doesn't provide guidance Doesn't provide guidance
    OWNS - The Living Room: Doesn't provide new skill learning Doesn't provide new skill learning

    Accepts

    OWNS - The Living Room: Accepts time Accepts time
    OWNS - The Living Room: Doesn't accept things Doesn't accept things
    OWNS - The Living Room: Accepts money Accepts money

    Provides

    Turning Point Witney Hub: Doesn't provide shelter Doesn't provide shelter
    Turning Point Witney Hub: Provides guidance Provides guidance
    Turning Point Witney Hub: Provides new skill learning Provides new skill learning

    Accepts

    Turning Point Witney Hub: Doesn't accept time Doesn't accept time
    Turning Point Witney Hub: Doesn't accept things Doesn't accept things
    Turning Point Witney Hub: Doesn't accept money Doesn't accept money

    Provides

    Restore: Doesn't provide shelter Doesn't provide shelter
    Restore: Provides guidance Provides guidance
    Restore: Provides new skill learning Provides new skill learning

    Accepts

    Restore: Accepts time Accepts time
    Restore: Accepts things Accepts things
    Restore: Accepts money Accepts money

    Provides

    RAW Workshop : Doesn't provide shelter Doesn't provide shelter
    RAW Workshop : Doesn't provide guidance Doesn't provide guidance
    RAW Workshop : Provides new skill learning Provides new skill learning

    Accepts

    RAW Workshop : Doesn't accept time Doesn't accept time
    RAW Workshop : Doesn't accept things Doesn't accept things
    RAW Workshop : Doesn't accept money Doesn't accept money

    Provides

    Oxfordshire Community & Voluntary Action: Doesn't provide shelter Doesn't provide shelter
    Oxfordshire Community & Voluntary Action: Doesn't provide guidance Doesn't provide guidance
    Oxfordshire Community & Voluntary Action: Provides new skill learning Provides new skill learning

    Accepts

    Oxfordshire Community & Voluntary Action: Accepts time Accepts time
    Oxfordshire Community & Voluntary Action: Doesn't accept things Doesn't accept things
    Oxfordshire Community & Voluntary Action: Doesn't accept money Doesn't accept money

    Provides

    Aspire Oxfordshire - Housing Projects : Provides shelter Provides shelter
    Aspire Oxfordshire - Housing Projects : Provides guidance Provides guidance
    Aspire Oxfordshire - Housing Projects : Provides new skill learning Provides new skill learning

    Accepts

    Aspire Oxfordshire - Housing Projects : Accepts time Accepts time
    Aspire Oxfordshire - Housing Projects : Accepts things Accepts things
    Aspire Oxfordshire - Housing Projects : Accepts money Accepts money

    Provides

    Agnes Smith Advice Centre: Doesn't provide shelter Doesn't provide shelter
    Agnes Smith Advice Centre: Provides guidance Provides guidance
    Agnes Smith Advice Centre: Doesn't provide new skill learning Doesn't provide new skill learning

    Accepts

    Agnes Smith Advice Centre: Accepts time Accepts time
    Agnes Smith Advice Centre: Doesn't accept things Doesn't accept things
    Agnes Smith Advice Centre: Doesn't accept money Doesn't accept money

    Provides

    Response Organisation: Provides shelter Provides shelter
    Response Organisation: Provides guidance Provides guidance
    Response Organisation: Provides new skill learning Provides new skill learning

    Accepts

    Response Organisation: Accepts time Accepts time
    Response Organisation: Accepts things Accepts things
    Response Organisation: Accepts money Accepts money

    Provides

    Homeless Oxfordshire - Project 41: Provides shelter Provides shelter
    Homeless Oxfordshire - Project 41: Provides guidance Provides guidance
    Homeless Oxfordshire - Project 41: Provides new skill learning Provides new skill learning

    Accepts

    Homeless Oxfordshire - Project 41: Accepts time Accepts time
    Homeless Oxfordshire - Project 41: Accepts things Accepts things
    Homeless Oxfordshire - Project 41: Accepts money Accepts money

    Provides

    Sanctuary Hosting : Provides shelter Provides shelter
    Sanctuary Hosting : Provides guidance Provides guidance
    Sanctuary Hosting : Provides new skill learning Provides new skill learning

    Accepts

    Sanctuary Hosting : Accepts time Accepts time
    Sanctuary Hosting : Doesn't accept things Doesn't accept things
    Sanctuary Hosting : Doesn't accept money Doesn't accept money

    Provides

    Edge Housing: Provides shelter Provides shelter
    Edge Housing: Provides guidance Provides guidance
    Edge Housing: Provides new skill learning Provides new skill learning

    Accepts

    Edge Housing: Accepts time Accepts time
    Edge Housing: Accepts things Accepts things
    Edge Housing: Accepts money Accepts money

    Provides

    Migrant Help - EUSS Advice: Doesn't provide shelter Doesn't provide shelter
    Migrant Help - EUSS Advice: Provides guidance Provides guidance
    Migrant Help - EUSS Advice: Doesn't provide new skill learning Doesn't provide new skill learning

    Accepts

    Migrant Help - EUSS Advice: Doesn't accept time Doesn't accept time
    Migrant Help - EUSS Advice: Doesn't accept things Doesn't accept things
    Migrant Help - EUSS Advice: Doesn't accept money Doesn't accept money

    Provides

    Shelter: Doesn't provide shelter Doesn't provide shelter
    Shelter: Provides guidance Provides guidance
    Shelter: Doesn't provide new skill learning Doesn't provide new skill learning

    Accepts

    Shelter: Accepts time Accepts time
    Shelter: Doesn't accept things Doesn't accept things
    Shelter: Accepts money Accepts money

    Provides

    Arts at the Old Fire Station: Doesn't provide shelter Doesn't provide shelter
    Arts at the Old Fire Station: Doesn't provide guidance Doesn't provide guidance
    Arts at the Old Fire Station: Provides new skill learning Provides new skill learning

    Accepts

    Arts at the Old Fire Station: Accepts time Accepts time
    Arts at the Old Fire Station: Accepts things Accepts things
    Arts at the Old Fire Station: Accepts money Accepts money

    Provides

    OSARCC: Doesn't provide shelter Doesn't provide shelter
    OSARCC: Provides guidance Provides guidance
    OSARCC: Doesn't provide new skill learning Doesn't provide new skill learning

    Accepts

    OSARCC: Accepts time Accepts time
    OSARCC: Accepts things Accepts things
    OSARCC: Accepts money Accepts money

    Provides

    Refugee Resource: Doesn't provide shelter Doesn't provide shelter
    Refugee Resource: Provides guidance Provides guidance
    Refugee Resource: Provides new skill learning Provides new skill learning

    Accepts

    Refugee Resource: Accepts time Accepts time
    Refugee Resource: Doesn't accept things Doesn't accept things
    Refugee Resource: Accepts money Accepts money

    Provides

    Homeless Oxfordshire - O'Hanlon House: Provides shelter Provides shelter
    Homeless Oxfordshire - O'Hanlon House: Provides guidance Provides guidance
    Homeless Oxfordshire - O'Hanlon House: Provides new skill learning Provides new skill learning

    Accepts

    Homeless Oxfordshire - O'Hanlon House: Accepts time Accepts time
    Homeless Oxfordshire - O'Hanlon House: Accepts things Accepts things
    Homeless Oxfordshire - O'Hanlon House: Accepts money Accepts money

    Provides

    Getting Oxfordshire Online: Doesn't provide shelter Doesn't provide shelter
    Getting Oxfordshire Online: Doesn't provide guidance Doesn't provide guidance
    Getting Oxfordshire Online: Provides new skill learning Provides new skill learning

    Accepts

    Getting Oxfordshire Online: Accepts time Accepts time
    Getting Oxfordshire Online: Accepts things Accepts things
    Getting Oxfordshire Online: Accepts money Accepts money

    Provides

    Oxfordshire Mental Health Partnership (OMHP): Provides shelter Provides shelter
    Oxfordshire Mental Health Partnership (OMHP): Provides guidance Provides guidance
    Oxfordshire Mental Health Partnership (OMHP): Provides new skill learning Provides new skill learning

    Accepts

    Oxfordshire Mental Health Partnership (OMHP): Accepts time Accepts time
    Oxfordshire Mental Health Partnership (OMHP): Accepts things Accepts things
    Oxfordshire Mental Health Partnership (OMHP): Accepts money Accepts money

    Provides

    Connection Support - Supported Housing: Provides shelter Provides shelter
    Connection Support - Supported Housing: Provides guidance Provides guidance
    Connection Support - Supported Housing: Doesn't provide new skill learning Doesn't provide new skill learning

    Accepts

    Connection Support - Supported Housing: Accepts time Accepts time
    Connection Support - Supported Housing: Doesn't accept things Doesn't accept things
    Connection Support - Supported Housing: Accepts money Accepts money

    Provides

    Salvation Army Banbury: Doesn't provide shelter Doesn't provide shelter
    Salvation Army Banbury: Provides guidance Provides guidance
    Salvation Army Banbury: Doesn't provide new skill learning Doesn't provide new skill learning

    Accepts

    Salvation Army Banbury: Accepts time Accepts time
    Salvation Army Banbury: Doesn't accept things Doesn't accept things
    Salvation Army Banbury: Accepts money Accepts money

    Provides

    Housing Options - Oxford City Council : Doesn't provide shelter Doesn't provide shelter
    Housing Options - Oxford City Council : Provides guidance Provides guidance
    Housing Options - Oxford City Council : Doesn't provide new skill learning Doesn't provide new skill learning

    Accepts

    Housing Options - Oxford City Council : Doesn't accept time Doesn't accept time
    Housing Options - Oxford City Council : Doesn't accept things Doesn't accept things
    Housing Options - Oxford City Council : Doesn't accept money Doesn't accept money

    Provides

    Turning Point Didcot Hub: Doesn't provide shelter Doesn't provide shelter
    Turning Point Didcot Hub: Provides guidance Provides guidance
    Turning Point Didcot Hub: Provides new skill learning Provides new skill learning

    Accepts

    Turning Point Didcot Hub: Doesn't accept time Doesn't accept time
    Turning Point Didcot Hub: Doesn't accept things Doesn't accept things
    Turning Point Didcot Hub: Doesn't accept money Doesn't accept money

    Provides

    Oxford Mutual Aid: Doesn't provide shelter Doesn't provide shelter
    Oxford Mutual Aid: Doesn't provide guidance Doesn't provide guidance
    Oxford Mutual Aid: Doesn't provide new skill learning Doesn't provide new skill learning

    Accepts

    Oxford Mutual Aid: Accepts time Accepts time
    Oxford Mutual Aid: Accepts things Accepts things
    Oxford Mutual Aid: Accepts money Accepts money

    Provides

    Homeless Oxfordshire and Turning Point - Pre-Recovery Project: Provides shelter Provides shelter
    Homeless Oxfordshire and Turning Point - Pre-Recovery Project: Provides guidance Provides guidance
    Homeless Oxfordshire and Turning Point - Pre-Recovery Project: Provides new skill learning Provides new skill learning

    Accepts

    Homeless Oxfordshire and Turning Point - Pre-Recovery Project: Accepts time Accepts time
    Homeless Oxfordshire and Turning Point - Pre-Recovery Project: Accepts things Accepts things
    Homeless Oxfordshire and Turning Point - Pre-Recovery Project: Accepts money Accepts money

    Provides

    Emmaus : Provides shelter Provides shelter
    Emmaus : Provides guidance Provides guidance
    Emmaus : Provides new skill learning Provides new skill learning

    Accepts

    Emmaus : Accepts time Accepts time
    Emmaus : Accepts things Accepts things
    Emmaus : Accepts money Accepts money

    Provides

    Ma Smith's Oxford Community Soup Kitchen: Doesn't provide shelter Doesn't provide shelter
    Ma Smith's Oxford Community Soup Kitchen: Provides guidance Provides guidance
    Ma Smith's Oxford Community Soup Kitchen: Doesn't provide new skill learning Doesn't provide new skill learning

    Accepts

    Ma Smith's Oxford Community Soup Kitchen: Accepts time Accepts time
    Ma Smith's Oxford Community Soup Kitchen: Doesn't accept things Doesn't accept things
    Ma Smith's Oxford Community Soup Kitchen: Accepts money Accepts money

    Provides

    Oxfordshire Libraries: Doesn't provide shelter Doesn't provide shelter
    Oxfordshire Libraries: Provides guidance Provides guidance
    Oxfordshire Libraries: Provides new skill learning Provides new skill learning

    Accepts

    Oxfordshire Libraries: Doesn't accept time Doesn't accept time
    Oxfordshire Libraries: Doesn't accept things Doesn't accept things
    Oxfordshire Libraries: Doesn't accept money Doesn't accept money

    Provides

    Homeless Oxfordshire - Housing First: Provides shelter Provides shelter
    Homeless Oxfordshire - Housing First: Provides guidance Provides guidance
    Homeless Oxfordshire - Housing First: Provides new skill learning Provides new skill learning

    Accepts

    Homeless Oxfordshire - Housing First: Accepts time Accepts time
    Homeless Oxfordshire - Housing First: Accepts things Accepts things
    Homeless Oxfordshire - Housing First: Accepts money Accepts money

    Provides

    Connection Support - Rough Sleeper Outreach Service: Doesn't provide shelter Doesn't provide shelter
    Connection Support - Rough Sleeper Outreach Service: Provides guidance Provides guidance
    Connection Support - Rough Sleeper Outreach Service: Doesn't provide new skill learning Doesn't provide new skill learning

    Accepts

    Connection Support - Rough Sleeper Outreach Service: Accepts time Accepts time
    Connection Support - Rough Sleeper Outreach Service: Accepts things Accepts things
    Connection Support - Rough Sleeper Outreach Service: Accepts money Accepts money

    Provides

    Oxford Safe Haven: Doesn't provide shelter Doesn't provide shelter
    Oxford Safe Haven: Provides guidance Provides guidance
    Oxford Safe Haven: Provides new skill learning Provides new skill learning

    Accepts

    Oxford Safe Haven: Doesn't accept time Doesn't accept time
    Oxford Safe Haven: Doesn't accept things Doesn't accept things
    Oxford Safe Haven: Doesn't accept money Doesn't accept money

    Provides

    Good Food Oxfordshire : Doesn't provide shelter Doesn't provide shelter
    Good Food Oxfordshire : Provides guidance Provides guidance
    Good Food Oxfordshire : Doesn't provide new skill learning Doesn't provide new skill learning

    Accepts

    Good Food Oxfordshire : Doesn't accept time Doesn't accept time
    Good Food Oxfordshire : Doesn't accept things Doesn't accept things
    Good Food Oxfordshire : Doesn't accept money Doesn't accept money

    Provides

    Oxford Winter Night Shelter (OWNS): Provides shelter Provides shelter
    Oxford Winter Night Shelter (OWNS): Doesn't provide guidance Doesn't provide guidance
    Oxford Winter Night Shelter (OWNS): Doesn't provide new skill learning Doesn't provide new skill learning

    Accepts

    Oxford Winter Night Shelter (OWNS): Accepts time Accepts time
    Oxford Winter Night Shelter (OWNS): Accepts things Accepts things
    Oxford Winter Night Shelter (OWNS): Accepts money Accepts money

    Provides

    Turning Point Oxford Hub: Doesn't provide shelter Doesn't provide shelter
    Turning Point Oxford Hub: Provides guidance Provides guidance
    Turning Point Oxford Hub: Provides new skill learning Provides new skill learning

    Accepts

    Turning Point Oxford Hub: Doesn't accept time Doesn't accept time
    Turning Point Oxford Hub: Doesn't accept things Doesn't accept things
    Turning Point Oxford Hub: Doesn't accept money Doesn't accept money

    Provides

    Dogs on the Streets: Doesn't provide shelter Doesn't provide shelter
    Dogs on the Streets: Provides guidance Provides guidance
    Dogs on the Streets: Doesn't provide new skill learning Doesn't provide new skill learning

    Accepts

    Dogs on the Streets: Accepts time Accepts time
    Dogs on the Streets: Doesn't accept things Doesn't accept things
    Dogs on the Streets: Accepts money Accepts money

    Provides

    Lived Experience Advisory Forum: Doesn't provide shelter Doesn't provide shelter
    Lived Experience Advisory Forum: Provides guidance Provides guidance
    Lived Experience Advisory Forum: Provides new skill learning Provides new skill learning

    Accepts

    Lived Experience Advisory Forum: Accepts time Accepts time
    Lived Experience Advisory Forum: Accepts things Accepts things
    Lived Experience Advisory Forum: Accepts money Accepts money

    Provides

    Connection Support - Housing Support: Doesn't provide shelter Doesn't provide shelter
    Connection Support - Housing Support: Provides guidance Provides guidance
    Connection Support - Housing Support: Provides new skill learning Provides new skill learning

    Accepts

    Connection Support - Housing Support: Accepts time Accepts time
    Connection Support - Housing Support: Accepts things Accepts things
    Connection Support - Housing Support: Accepts money Accepts money

    Provides

    Housing Options - Cherwell: Doesn't provide shelter Doesn't provide shelter
    Housing Options - Cherwell: Provides guidance Provides guidance
    Housing Options - Cherwell: Doesn't provide new skill learning Doesn't provide new skill learning

    Accepts

    Housing Options - Cherwell: Doesn't accept time Doesn't accept time
    Housing Options - Cherwell: Doesn't accept things Doesn't accept things
    Housing Options - Cherwell: Doesn't accept money Doesn't accept money

    Provides

    Connection Support - The Beacon Banbury: Doesn't provide shelter Doesn't provide shelter
    Connection Support - The Beacon Banbury: Provides guidance Provides guidance
    Connection Support - The Beacon Banbury: Doesn't provide new skill learning Doesn't provide new skill learning

    Accepts

    Connection Support - The Beacon Banbury: Accepts time Accepts time
    Connection Support - The Beacon Banbury: Doesn't accept things Doesn't accept things
    Connection Support - The Beacon Banbury: Accepts money Accepts money

    Provides

    Connection Support - Mental Health Support: Doesn't provide shelter Doesn't provide shelter
    Connection Support - Mental Health Support: Provides guidance Provides guidance
    Connection Support - Mental Health Support: Provides new skill learning Provides new skill learning

    Accepts

    Connection Support - Mental Health Support: Accepts time Accepts time
    Connection Support - Mental Health Support: Doesn't accept things Doesn't accept things
    Connection Support - Mental Health Support: Accepts money Accepts money

    Provides

    Job Centre Plus: Doesn't provide shelter Doesn't provide shelter
    Job Centre Plus: Provides guidance Provides guidance
    Job Centre Plus: Doesn't provide new skill learning Doesn't provide new skill learning

    Accepts

    Job Centre Plus: Doesn't accept time Doesn't accept time
    Job Centre Plus: Doesn't accept things Doesn't accept things
    Job Centre Plus: Doesn't accept money Doesn't accept money

    Provides

    The Gatehouse Community Centre: Doesn't provide shelter Doesn't provide shelter
    The Gatehouse Community Centre: Provides guidance Provides guidance
    The Gatehouse Community Centre: Doesn't provide new skill learning Doesn't provide new skill learning

    Accepts

    The Gatehouse Community Centre: Accepts time Accepts time
    The Gatehouse Community Centre: Accepts things Accepts things
    The Gatehouse Community Centre: Accepts money Accepts money

    Provides

    Turning Point Banbury Hub: Doesn't provide shelter Doesn't provide shelter
    Turning Point Banbury Hub: Provides guidance Provides guidance
    Turning Point Banbury Hub: Provides new skill learning Provides new skill learning

    Accepts

    Turning Point Banbury Hub: Doesn't accept time Doesn't accept time
    Turning Point Banbury Hub: Doesn't accept things Doesn't accept things
    Turning Point Banbury Hub: Doesn't accept money Doesn't accept money

    Provides

    Matilda House - A2Dominion: Provides shelter Provides shelter
    Matilda House - A2Dominion: Provides guidance Provides guidance
    Matilda House - A2Dominion: Provides new skill learning Provides new skill learning

    Accepts

    Matilda House - A2Dominion: Accepts time Accepts time
    Matilda House - A2Dominion: Accepts things Accepts things
    Matilda House - A2Dominion: Accepts money Accepts money

    Provides

    Connection Support - Benefits Specialist Service: Doesn't provide shelter Doesn't provide shelter
    Connection Support - Benefits Specialist Service: Provides guidance Provides guidance
    Connection Support - Benefits Specialist Service: Doesn't provide new skill learning Doesn't provide new skill learning

    Accepts

    Connection Support - Benefits Specialist Service: Doesn't accept time Doesn't accept time
    Connection Support - Benefits Specialist Service: Doesn't accept things Doesn't accept things
    Connection Support - Benefits Specialist Service: Doesn't accept money Doesn't accept money

    Provides

    Aspire Oxfordshire - Homelessness Prevention : Doesn't provide shelter Doesn't provide shelter
    Aspire Oxfordshire - Homelessness Prevention : Provides guidance Provides guidance
    Aspire Oxfordshire - Homelessness Prevention : Provides new skill learning Provides new skill learning

    Accepts

    Aspire Oxfordshire - Homelessness Prevention : Accepts time Accepts time
    Aspire Oxfordshire - Homelessness Prevention : Accepts things Accepts things
    Aspire Oxfordshire - Homelessness Prevention : Accepts money Accepts money

    Provides

    Botley Bikers: Doesn't provide shelter Doesn't provide shelter
    Botley Bikers: Doesn't provide guidance Doesn't provide guidance
    Botley Bikers: Doesn't provide new skill learning Doesn't provide new skill learning

    Accepts

    Botley Bikers: Accepts time Accepts time
    Botley Bikers: Accepts things Accepts things
    Botley Bikers: Accepts money Accepts money

    Provides

    Crisis Skylight Oxford: Doesn't provide shelter Doesn't provide shelter
    Crisis Skylight Oxford: Provides guidance Provides guidance
    Crisis Skylight Oxford: Provides new skill learning Provides new skill learning

    Accepts

    Crisis Skylight Oxford: Accepts time Accepts time
    Crisis Skylight Oxford: Doesn't accept things Doesn't accept things
    Crisis Skylight Oxford: Accepts money Accepts money

    Provides

    The Big Issue Group: Doesn't provide shelter Doesn't provide shelter
    The Big Issue Group: Provides guidance Provides guidance
    The Big Issue Group: Provides new skill learning Provides new skill learning

    Accepts

    The Big Issue Group: Accepts time Accepts time
    The Big Issue Group: Doesn't accept things Doesn't accept things
    The Big Issue Group: Accepts money Accepts money

    Provides

    Aspire Oxfordshire: Doesn't provide shelter Doesn't provide shelter
    Aspire Oxfordshire: Provides guidance Provides guidance
    Aspire Oxfordshire: Provides new skill learning Provides new skill learning

    Accepts

    Aspire Oxfordshire: Accepts time Accepts time
    Aspire Oxfordshire: Doesn't accept things Doesn't accept things
    Aspire Oxfordshire: Accepts money Accepts money

    Provides

    Oxfordshire Mind: Provides shelter Provides shelter
    Oxfordshire Mind: Provides guidance Provides guidance
    Oxfordshire Mind: Doesn't provide new skill learning Doesn't provide new skill learning

    Accepts

    Oxfordshire Mind: Accepts time Accepts time
    Oxfordshire Mind: Doesn't accept things Doesn't accept things
    Oxfordshire Mind: Accepts money Accepts money

    Provides

    Barton Advice Centre: Doesn't provide shelter Doesn't provide shelter
    Barton Advice Centre: Provides guidance Provides guidance
    Barton Advice Centre: Doesn't provide new skill learning Doesn't provide new skill learning

    Accepts

    Barton Advice Centre: Accepts time Accepts time
    Barton Advice Centre: Doesn't accept things Doesn't accept things
    Barton Advice Centre: Accepts money Accepts money

    Provides

    Oxfordshire Domestic Abuse Service : Provides shelter Provides shelter
    Oxfordshire Domestic Abuse Service : Provides guidance Provides guidance
    Oxfordshire Domestic Abuse Service : Doesn't provide new skill learning Doesn't provide new skill learning

    Accepts

    Oxfordshire Domestic Abuse Service : Doesn't accept time Doesn't accept time
    Oxfordshire Domestic Abuse Service : Doesn't accept things Doesn't accept things
    Oxfordshire Domestic Abuse Service : Doesn't accept money Doesn't accept money

    Provides

    Adapt Oxford: Provides shelter Provides shelter
    Adapt Oxford: Provides guidance Provides guidance
    Adapt Oxford: Provides new skill learning Provides new skill learning

    Accepts

    Adapt Oxford: Accepts time Accepts time
    Adapt Oxford: Accepts things Accepts things
    Adapt Oxford: Accepts money Accepts money

    Provides

    The Porch Day Centre: Doesn't provide shelter Doesn't provide shelter
    The Porch Day Centre: Provides guidance Provides guidance
    The Porch Day Centre: Provides new skill learning Provides new skill learning

    Accepts

    The Porch Day Centre: Accepts time Accepts time
    The Porch Day Centre: Doesn't accept things Doesn't accept things
    The Porch Day Centre: Accepts money Accepts money

    Provides

    Oxford Student Union : Doesn't provide shelter Doesn't provide shelter
    Oxford Student Union : Provides guidance Provides guidance
    Oxford Student Union : Provides new skill learning Provides new skill learning

    Accepts

    Oxford Student Union : Doesn't accept time Doesn't accept time
    Oxford Student Union : Accepts things Accepts things
    Oxford Student Union : Doesn't accept money Doesn't accept money

    Provides

    StreetLink: Doesn't provide shelter Doesn't provide shelter
    StreetLink: Provides guidance Provides guidance
    StreetLink: Doesn't provide new skill learning Doesn't provide new skill learning

    Accepts

    StreetLink: Doesn't accept time Doesn't accept time
    StreetLink: Doesn't accept things Doesn't accept things
    StreetLink: Accepts money Accepts money

    Provides

    Narcotics Anonymous: Doesn't provide shelter Doesn't provide shelter
    Narcotics Anonymous: Provides guidance Provides guidance
    Narcotics Anonymous: Doesn't provide new skill learning Doesn't provide new skill learning

    Accepts

    Narcotics Anonymous: Accepts time Accepts time
    Narcotics Anonymous: Doesn't accept things Doesn't accept things
    Narcotics Anonymous: Doesn't accept money Doesn't accept money

    Provides

    Kidlington and District Information Centre (KADIC): Doesn't provide shelter Doesn't provide shelter
    Kidlington and District Information Centre (KADIC): Provides guidance Provides guidance
    Kidlington and District Information Centre (KADIC): Doesn't provide new skill learning Doesn't provide new skill learning

    Accepts

    Kidlington and District Information Centre (KADIC): Doesn't accept time Doesn't accept time
    Kidlington and District Information Centre (KADIC): Doesn't accept things Doesn't accept things
    Kidlington and District Information Centre (KADIC): Doesn't accept money Doesn't accept money

    Provides

    Homeless Oxfordshire - Women's Project: Provides shelter Provides shelter
    Homeless Oxfordshire - Women's Project: Provides guidance Provides guidance
    Homeless Oxfordshire - Women's Project: Provides new skill learning Provides new skill learning

    Accepts

    Homeless Oxfordshire - Women's Project: Accepts time Accepts time
    Homeless Oxfordshire - Women's Project: Accepts things Accepts things
    Homeless Oxfordshire - Women's Project: Accepts money Accepts money

    Provides

    Oxford Hub: Doesn't provide shelter Doesn't provide shelter
    Oxford Hub: Provides guidance Provides guidance
    Oxford Hub: Provides new skill learning Provides new skill learning

    Accepts

    Oxford Hub: Accepts time Accepts time
    Oxford Hub: Doesn't accept things Doesn't accept things
    Oxford Hub: Accepts money Accepts money

    Provides

    Open Door Breakfast Club: Doesn't provide shelter Doesn't provide shelter
    Open Door Breakfast Club: Provides guidance Provides guidance
    Open Door Breakfast Club: Provides new skill learning Provides new skill learning

    Accepts

    Open Door Breakfast Club: Doesn't accept time Doesn't accept time
    Open Door Breakfast Club: Accepts things Accepts things
    Open Door Breakfast Club: Accepts money Accepts money

    Provides

    Somewhere Safe to Stay: Provides shelter Provides shelter
    Somewhere Safe to Stay: Provides guidance Provides guidance
    Somewhere Safe to Stay: Provides new skill learning Provides new skill learning

    Accepts

    Somewhere Safe to Stay: Accepts time Accepts time
    Somewhere Safe to Stay: Accepts things Accepts things
    Somewhere Safe to Stay: Accepts money Accepts money

    Provides

    Oxford Companions of the Order of Malta: Doesn't provide shelter Doesn't provide shelter
    Oxford Companions of the Order of Malta: Doesn't provide guidance Doesn't provide guidance
    Oxford Companions of the Order of Malta: Doesn't provide new skill learning Doesn't provide new skill learning

    Accepts

    Oxford Companions of the Order of Malta: Accepts time Accepts time
    Oxford Companions of the Order of Malta: Doesn't accept things Doesn't accept things
    Oxford Companions of the Order of Malta: Accepts money Accepts money

    Provides

    Asylum Welcome: Doesn't provide shelter Doesn't provide shelter
    Asylum Welcome: Provides guidance Provides guidance
    Asylum Welcome: Provides new skill learning Provides new skill learning

    Accepts

    Asylum Welcome: Accepts time Accepts time
    Asylum Welcome: Accepts things Accepts things
    Asylum Welcome: Accepts money Accepts money

    Provides

    Alcoholics Anonymous : Doesn't provide shelter Doesn't provide shelter
    Alcoholics Anonymous : Provides guidance Provides guidance
    Alcoholics Anonymous : Doesn't provide new skill learning Doesn't provide new skill learning

    Accepts

    Alcoholics Anonymous : Doesn't accept time Doesn't accept time
    Alcoholics Anonymous : Doesn't accept things Doesn't accept things
    Alcoholics Anonymous : Accepts money Accepts money

    Provides

    Citizens Advice in Oxfordshire: Doesn't provide shelter Doesn't provide shelter
    Citizens Advice in Oxfordshire: Provides guidance Provides guidance
    Citizens Advice in Oxfordshire: Doesn't provide new skill learning Doesn't provide new skill learning

    Accepts

    Citizens Advice in Oxfordshire: Accepts time Accepts time
    Citizens Advice in Oxfordshire: Doesn't accept things Doesn't accept things
    Citizens Advice in Oxfordshire: Accepts money Accepts money

    Provides

    Elmore Community Services : Doesn't provide shelter Doesn't provide shelter
    Elmore Community Services : Provides guidance Provides guidance
    Elmore Community Services : Provides new skill learning Provides new skill learning

    Accepts

    Elmore Community Services : Accepts time Accepts time
    Elmore Community Services : Accepts things Accepts things
    Elmore Community Services : Accepts money Accepts money

    Provides

    Homeless Oxfordshire - Sapling Project: Provides shelter Provides shelter
    Homeless Oxfordshire - Sapling Project: Provides guidance Provides guidance
    Homeless Oxfordshire - Sapling Project: Provides new skill learning Provides new skill learning

    Accepts

    Homeless Oxfordshire - Sapling Project: Accepts time Accepts time
    Homeless Oxfordshire - Sapling Project: Accepts things Accepts things
    Homeless Oxfordshire - Sapling Project: Accepts money Accepts money

    Provides

    Together Through Homelessness: Doesn't provide shelter Doesn't provide shelter
    Together Through Homelessness: Provides guidance Provides guidance
    Together Through Homelessness: Doesn't provide new skill learning Doesn't provide new skill learning

    Accepts

    Together Through Homelessness: Doesn't accept time Doesn't accept time
    Together Through Homelessness: Doesn't accept things Doesn't accept things
    Together Through Homelessness: Accepts money Accepts money

    Provides

    BYHP: Doesn't provide shelter Doesn't provide shelter
    BYHP: Provides guidance Provides guidance
    BYHP: Provides new skill learning Provides new skill learning

    Accepts

    BYHP: Accepts time Accepts time
    BYHP: Accepts things Accepts things
    BYHP: Accepts money Accepts money

    Provides

    Housing Options - South Oxfordshire and Vale of White Horse: Doesn't provide shelter Doesn't provide shelter
    Housing Options - South Oxfordshire and Vale of White Horse: Provides guidance Provides guidance
    Housing Options - South Oxfordshire and Vale of White Horse: Doesn't provide new skill learning Doesn't provide new skill learning

    Accepts

    Housing Options - South Oxfordshire and Vale of White Horse: Doesn't accept time Doesn't accept time
    Housing Options - South Oxfordshire and Vale of White Horse: Doesn't accept things Doesn't accept things
    Housing Options - South Oxfordshire and Vale of White Horse: Doesn't accept money Doesn't accept money

    Provides

    St Mungo's - OxSPOT : Doesn't provide shelter Doesn't provide shelter
    St Mungo's - OxSPOT : Provides guidance Provides guidance
    St Mungo's - OxSPOT : Doesn't provide new skill learning Doesn't provide new skill learning

    Accepts

    St Mungo's - OxSPOT : Accepts time Accepts time
    St Mungo's - OxSPOT : Doesn't accept things Doesn't accept things
    St Mungo's - OxSPOT : Accepts money Accepts money

    Provides

    Luther Street Medical Centre : Doesn't provide shelter Doesn't provide shelter
    Luther Street Medical Centre : Provides guidance Provides guidance
    Luther Street Medical Centre : Provides new skill learning Provides new skill learning

    Accepts

    Luther Street Medical Centre : Doesn't accept time Doesn't accept time
    Luther Street Medical Centre : Doesn't accept things Doesn't accept things
    Luther Street Medical Centre : Doesn't accept money Doesn't accept money

    Provides

    Refugees at Home: Provides shelter Provides shelter
    Refugees at Home: Doesn't provide guidance Doesn't provide guidance
    Refugees at Home: Doesn't provide new skill learning Doesn't provide new skill learning

    Accepts

    Refugees at Home: Accepts time Accepts time
    Refugees at Home: Doesn't accept things Doesn't accept things
    Refugees at Home: Accepts money Accepts money

    Provides

    ACT (Aldates Community Transformation Initiatives): Provides shelter Provides shelter
    ACT (Aldates Community Transformation Initiatives): Provides guidance Provides guidance
    ACT (Aldates Community Transformation Initiatives): Provides new skill learning Provides new skill learning

    Accepts

    ACT (Aldates Community Transformation Initiatives): Doesn't accept time Doesn't accept time
    ACT (Aldates Community Transformation Initiatives): Doesn't accept things Doesn't accept things
    ACT (Aldates Community Transformation Initiatives): Accepts money Accepts money