Home (including a healthier life, safety and recreation)




From NHS England
How to register with a GP how-to-register-with-a-gp-homeless.pdf

If you require any signposting to local services then the local healthwatch can help, see under

Local support

If you believe you are at risk of losing your accommodation or currently have no where to live then the council will support you. There is other local support which can help you, see below:

NO WHERE TO LIVE: what to do

From Buckinghamshire Council

Emergency support

From Buckinghamshire Council
Emergency support
If you have an urgent short-term emergency and are unable to buy immediate food, heating or lighting you can apply for Local Emergency Support. Emergency support | Family Information Service
Local Emergency Support is available through food banks, food vouchers, and utility meter top-ups.

If you need a referral or food voucher you can request this from a social worker, the emergency support team for the council or citizens advice in most cases (as you will see from the list some places do not require vouchers or a referral)

local SUPPORT for homelessness

From Connection Support Buckinghamshire
“Our Tenancy Sustainment Service provides life tools and support to rough sleepers in Buckinghamshire, so they can live independently in their own rented home.”
Tenancy Sustainment Service Tenancy Sustainment Service – Connection Support

If you are between 16-25 years old and homeless or at risk of becoming homeless, we provide advice, support and accommodation through our Young People Housing Support Services, Housing Interaction Trust and Padstones.

From Buckinghamshire Homelessness Charities

From Homeless link
Find homelessness services in Buckinghamshire near you Search for homelessness services | Homeless Link

Housing advice

From Buckinghamshire Council

Social Housing

From Bucks Home Choice
“Bucks Home Choice is the scheme that was introduced in partnership by Aylesbury Vale, Chiltern, South Bucks and Wycombe District Councils, together with the Vale of Aylesbury Housing Trust to allocate social housing within Buckinghamshire. The scheme advertises social rented properties and aims to give more choice about where you live and when you move. “

Alcohol and drugs

There is excellent local support to help with

Mental wellbeing and mental health

There is local support for mental health including

Financial support

There is local support available on finances, including on debt problems, see under

Reporting a concern about someone sleeping rough

From Buckinghamshire Council
If you are concerned about someone sleeping rough you can report it in one of the following ways Rough sleepers | Buckinghamshire Council

Improving health and reducing health inequalities

For steps to improve everyone’s health and reduce local health inequalities, see under

This page does not just include medical support but potential support in other areas of life.


From Shelter
Find out where to get the right advice Get help from Shelter – Shelter England includes: emergency advice line, online housing advice and webchat.

From StreetLink
StreetLink exists to help end rough sleeping by enabling members of the public to connect people sleeping rough with the local services that can support them. Streetlink


general support

From Shelter

From the Children’s Society
I’m thinking of running away I Am Thinking Of Running Away | The Children’s Society

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