Important Information: Please Read This First
If you are homeless the first thing you should do is contact your Local Authority Housing Department. Please use this link to find this.
If you are rough sleeping or concerned about someone who is rough sleeping please visit the Streetlink website.
To find your local Crisis Mental Health team please use this link.
If you need advice about homelessness or other housing issues, Shelter has excellent advice and a web chat on their website and an advice line: 0808 800 4444.
Please call us on 01865 263900 or email us at email@example.com and we will get back to you as soon as possible, so we can arrange the support you need in the way that will keep you safe.
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We are next to Gloucester Green bus station. There are five Park & Ride bus services in Oxford. The Oxford Railway Station is five minutes' walk away. Parking in central Oxford is expensive, and spaces can be limited. The closest car parks are Worcester Street and underground at Gloucester Green.
Every year our services across Britain work with thousands of people to help them rebuild their lives and leave homelessness behind for good. How we can help depends on your needs and situation.
One of our friendly experts will spend time with you to work out what you need. We could help you with:
Oxfordshire Homeless Movement is a partnership of public, private and charitable organisations with the vision that nobody should have to sleep rough on our streets. By working together, the partnership aims to help people off the streets and keep them off the streets. Please visit www.oxfordshirehomelessmovement.org for more details.
This Christmas, Crisis Skylight Oxford will be providing a service of food parcels, clothing, activities and practical and emotional support. Christmas can often be a really lonely time for people experiencing homelessness issues. Please support this project by making a donation, big or small, through our Christmas wishlist! Thank you
We often have volunteer roles as classroom assistants, administrators and more.
Together with homeless people and our supporters, we've achieved real change.