Homelessness HUBS available in Birmingham

Did you know that as part of Birmingham City’s approach to ending homelessness, there are four commissioned services aimed at specific groups of people to provide specialised advice and support?

Homelessness HUBS are available for

  • young people aged 16-25
  • adults over the age of 25
  • women fleeing domestic violence and
  • adults aged 18+ leaving custodial services

The ASH – [The Adult Support Hub] is a one-stop for adults over 25 based at SIFA Fireside. It is not a crisis service and is appointment based and those who wish to engage in the services need to be referred in.

Offender Housing and Wellbeing Hub is part of the Spring Housing Vulnerable Adults Housing and Wellbeing Support Service, based in the Jewellery Quarter, Birmingham. The aim of the service is to actively enable offenders to live healthy, happy independent lives within communities through early targeted prevention, personalised support and partnership working to prevent reoffending.

The service provides face to face information, advice, guidance and navigation to offenders. The HUB provides a vital link between customer and other appropriate services, unblocking barriers and facilitating access into appropriate services including health, housing, employment, training and specialist services.

The Young People Services is provided in partnership with Spring Housing and St Basil’s. The service is for young people aged 16-25 with local connection to Birmingham experiencing or at risk of homelessness. There is a supported accommodation offer included for those young people who are eligible and the properties are managed by Spring Housing.

In March 2019, Birmingham City Council in partnership with Birmingham & Solihull Women’s Aid launched aDomestic Abuse Home Options Hub

The hub acts as a specialist environment providing advice, information and support to women at risk of domestic abuse, who are as a result, at risk of homelessness. Birmingham and Solihull Women’s Aid working in partnership with the Council’s Housing Options team ensure a tailored, specialist response leading to improved outcomes for women and children.

If someone needs to book an appointment or to be given the drop-in HUB address, please contact the following HUB Freephone number: 0808 1699 604 

Birmingham City Council still operate the general Housing Options Centre out of Newtown Shopping Centre

If you need advice or if you are about to become homeless, please call 0121 303 7410 and support will be available to you by phone.

If you have nowhere to stay tonight, please call 0121 303 7410 and support will be available to you by phone.

If you need emergency accommodation outside office hours and you are over 18 please call our Out of Hours Duty Team 0121 303 2296. If you are under 18 please call the Emergency Duty Team on 0121 675 4806.