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14 February 2016

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  • Abbeyfield (Fareham) Society Ltd
    Resident housekeeper providing all meals, monthly activities such as singers and speakers.
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  • Emmaus Hampshire
    Each Companion agrees to undertake certain responsibilities within the community. Roles include cooking and cleaning, working in two shops which sell donated second-hand furniture and household goods, working on the delivery vans or in the warehouse sorting donations. The shops provide an income which, along with housing benefit that the Community receives on Companions behalf, enable the Community to work towards its goal of becoming financially self-supporting.
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  • New Forest Nightstop
    Nightstop recruits, screens and trains volunteers who provide a room and a meal. Agencies (not young people themselves) can ring Nightstop who will contact host families to request their help. If suitable, a young person is able to stay up to a couple of weeks in a Nightstop household while receiving further advice. Nightstop is free to young people and hosts receive expenses. Nightstop is affiliated to the national charity Depaul Nightstop UK helping homeless young people in many parts of the country. Tel: 01425 47839, email: nightstop@cfnf.org.uk, www.newforestnightstop.org.uk, facebook.com\newforestnightstop
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  • New Forest Nightstop
    Nightstop provides: • A safe, supportive environment – all households are security-checked. • Bed, breakfast, evening meal, bath/shower and laundry facilities. No cost to young people – households receive expenses. • Volunteer drivers. • Support Volunteers to help you with advice, appointments and benefits forms. • Support, space and a time to review options. • Signposting to other local agencies for advice on housing, jobs, education and health.
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  • Portsmouth Churches Housing Association Ltd
    We can only accept referrals from Portsmouth City Council's Housing Options Department and can take referrals for single men with children or couples.
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  • The Accommodation Resource Centre
    Help to house young people. Provide tenancy support and floating support to young people in the community. Suppot with education, benefits and finding employment. Provide mediation services between young people and family.
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  • Winchester Churches Housing Group Limited (Keystone)
    Bedsit accommodation for single homeless people aged between 18-65. Shared communal facilities in up to 6 unit houses. Not suitable for anyone needing a high level of care or pregnant women. Application forms are available in the office. , or via supported housing panel.
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