The following organisations offer housing support and homelessness advice. Some receive funding from us to offer floating support and supported housing.
Advice for people aged 25 or under
St Basils Youth Hub
St Basils works with Birmingham Children's Trust. They offer full support for young people aged 16 to 25 who are homeless or at risk of homelessness.
They help them to:
- find and keep a home
- grow their confidence
- develop their skills
- increase opportunities
- prevent homelessness
Advice for people aged over 25
Cranstoun offers floating support to people in need.
Telephone: 0121 633 1750
Domestic Abuse Housing Solution and Support Service
This service is a partnership between Cranstoun and Birmingham City Council's housing solutions team.
The service provides homelessness support to all victims of domestic abuse. It also provides a separate safe space only for women and their children at risk of homelessness or being homeless due to domestic abuse.
You can access the service by dropping into the hub. You can also make an appointment by calling 0121 303 7410 and selecting option 3.
Domestic Abuse Safety and Wellbeing Hub
The Domestic Abuse Safety and Wellbeing Hub is commissioned by the council's Adult Social Care and Health Directorate.
The hub provides a holistic approach to supporting women suffering from abuse. It offers a range of prevention and crisis support services.
Women can access the service by dropping into the hub.
They can also make an appointment by calling 0808 800 0028.
Homeless Service Centre run by SIFA Fireside
The Homeless Service Centre is for vulnerable adults aged 25 and over.
Housing advice is available Monday to Friday, 9am to 4pm.
They offer welfare services, including:
- benefits advice
- health surgeries
These services are available Monday to Friday, 9am to 12:45pm.
Location: 48-52 Allcock Street, Birmingham, B9 4DY
Telephone: 0121 766 1700
Please note that the Homeless Service Centre is closed on Saturday and Sunday.
Midland Heart offers floating support and supported housing, including for homeless people.
Telephone: 0345 602 0540
Street Support Network
Street Support Network is an online advice resource that offers advice related to homelessness. Their website has links to statutory and community-based support organisations in Birmingham.
The Health Xchange
The Health Xchange is committed to helping homeless people get the health care that they need.
The Health Xchange provides responsive NHS General Practice (GP) services. These are designed to meet the needs of people who are homeless or in unstable housing.
They also help those who have come to Birmingham as refugees or to seek asylum.
Telephone: 0121 465 3965
The Salvation Army
The Salvation Army offers supported accommodation for those aged 21 and over.
Telephone: 0121 236 6554
The Waiting Room
The Waiting Room provides links to housing and homelessness support services. They are approved by Birmingham Public Health and the NHS for Birmingham and Solihull.
Their services can be used by people of all ages across Birmingham.
Trident Reach offers floating support and supported accommodation to people in need.
Telephone: 0121 266 5800
Page last updated: 6 April 2023