The Howarth Foundation is working in partnership with other charities to tackle homelessness in Leeds and Kirklees, working on a referral basis to assist service users to obtain employment.

Change, Grow, Live – Leeds Street Outreach Service

Provide an outreach service to people who are rough sleeping, at risk of homelessness, or begging in Leeds. They help people who rough sleep or beg to move away from the streets and access appropriate support services.

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St Anne’s Resource Centre (RAISE)

Support to homeless people through drop-in Resource Centre, hostel accommodation and outreach. RAISE (Resources, Advice, Information, Support and Employment) is based in the centre of Leeds and provides an open door facility for homeless people in Leeds.

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Clare House

Part of the Home Group, the UK’s largest care and support provider, Clare House opened in Huddersfield in 2016 to offer the homeless and rough sleepers accommodation. Clare House can accommodate 20 people at any one time and has emergency crash pads for extreme weather conditions.

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GIPSIL

GIPSIL works with children, young people and families in the most disadvantaged communities in Leeds to realise their potential. GIPSIL provide housing related support through FLAGSHIP, Leaving Care and Engage Leeds services. Running Opportunity Shops to give people access to opportunities which will move them closer to employment.

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Beacon

Beacon launched in July 2017 as a Leeds wide service to provide supported accommodation for individuals and families who are homeless and have complex needs. This includes issues around mental health, offending, substance misuse and safeguarding. An inspirational service that offers supported, safe and stable accommodation to those in need.

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Horton Housing

Horton Housing manages more than 300 different housing, training and support services across Bradford, Calderdale, Kirklees and North Yorkshire. Horton Housing is a not-for-profit orgnisation which provides housing, training and support services to the most vulnerable people in society. They work with a wide range of clients including people who are homeless, havemental health, drug or alcohol issues, young people, older people, refugees etc.

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The Basement Recovery Project

The Basement Recovery Project is an award winning, independent, community-based organisation which operates throughout Calderdale and Kirklees. They offer those in addiction to alcohol and drugs a new way of life, free from the need or desire to use any mood altering substance; they call this RECOVERY.

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LATCH

Latch provides supported housing for people who have been homeless or in housing crisis. They purchase and refurbish empty rundown properties to create good quality homes. Long term unemployed trainees are given opportunities to work on the refurbishments, developing skills and confidence and gaining work experience.

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Canopy Housing

Canopy provides a ‘self-help’ housing opportunity for people that are homeless, which means they have the opportunity to participate in the renovation and decorating of their new home alongside volunteers and can choose how they would like their house to look prior to moving in.

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