Positive Action in Housing - Housing and Homelessness Service

Delivered by Positive Action in Housing
Note: this service is only for ethnic minorities , refugees or asylum seekers and survivors or victims of crime
  • Housing and homelessness

The Homelessness Advice Service offers advice, information and casework support those facing homelessness, racism or housing problems to access safe, secure and affordable social housing.

The Service assists people from BME Communities who find themselves homeless as a result of racist hate crime. The Service also provides resettlement support to newly granted refugees having to move from Home Office funded housing to social or private rented housing.

Assists BME, refugee and migrant communities seeking assistance with rehousing and repairs issues concerning Registered social landlords and private landlords.

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