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Elmore Community Services

Elmore Community Services

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

Contact Details

Elmore Community Services  Address: 213 Barnes Road, Cowley, Oxford - OX4 3UT
213 Barnes Road, Cowley, Oxford
Elmore Community Services  Phone Number: 01865 200 130
01865 200 130

Service Type

Floating Support

Operating Hours

9am-5pm, Mon-Fri

Eligibility & Referral

The criteria for our projects varies. We are open to discuss all potential referrals.

Service Description

Elmore Community Services is a complex needs, mental health, homelessness, and domestic abuse charity working across Oxfordshire.

Elmore works directly with people who find themselves falling through the gaps in existing services. They support them to tackle their problems, improve their lives, and feel part of their communities.

They identify gaps and barriers in current services and work with individuals and systems to address these. This can include individual and collective advocacy alongside clients, as well as research, lobbying, partnership-building, and piloting new initiatives and projects to benefit their client group.

Elmore is a founding member of the Oxford Mental Health Partnership, Family Solutions Plus model, and Oxfordshire Homelessness Alliance.


Key functions & activities offered

  • Support varies according to client need.
  • They have a number of teams supporting people aged 16 plus with multiple and complex needs arising from combinations of issues, who are struggling to engage with other services and have significant unmet needs.
  • They deal with issues including mental health, homelessness, addictions, learning and communication difficulties, domestic violence, exploitation, physical health, brain injury, social isolation, offending and anti-social behaviour, child protection and family breakdown.