In these times of increasing financial stress, we are delighted to announce the addition of a new ‘money help services’ page to Street Support Nottingham. This comes as a result of the hard work of Emma Bates from the Nottingham financial resilience partnership. Emma has collated contact details for a huge range of advice services in […]
A list of Christmas access times for services covering; drop-in, soup runs & food, mental health, addiction, housing advice, needle exchange and other support can be found here.
Thrive has been a three year funded project by Children in Need to help young people who are living with their families and homeless in Nottingham. Our young people are often sofa-surfing, in hostels or hotels and feel stigma about their living circumstances so they hide the truth from those around them. Meet AJ, they […]
By Jenny Stravisky from Vets in the Community in Nottingham Published in Anthrozoos, the research was an interdisciplinary collaboration between the University of Nottingham and The University of Southampton, and funded by Dogs Trust. Louise Scanlon, one of the lead researchers on the project, interviewed twenty homeless or vulnerably housed dog owners, aged between 23-65, […]
On Tuesday January 5th 2021 homelessness charities in Nottingham sent an open letter (below) to the local NHS Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) expressing their disappointment and concern over the process that has resulted in the imminent closure of the city centre GP practice, Platform One. This practice has been one of the few in the […]
Since 2016, a large part of Host Nottingham’s support to refugees and asylum seekers has been their clothes bank housed within the Nottingham and Nottinghamshire Refugee Forum, providing clothing, bedding, shoes and bags to those seeking asylum in Nottingham. In March 2020, the clothes bank had to close along with many other services due to […]
More than 15 charities that support homeless people across Nottingham and Nottinghamshire have teamed up to launch Street Support Nottingham this December. Throughout December numerous Nottingham City buses are carrying large banners advertising the service to the city’s citizens. However, because of the disruption to the city centre and other shopping high streets, we have […]
This winter, Emmanuel House Support Centre released Lone, a short film based on the lived experiences of homeless people in Nottingham. From the directors of BBC One’s Soul Boy, Luke Radford and Toby Curson, Lone stars award-winning Television Workshop actor Justine Emma Moore, as well as Emmanuel House staff and beneficiaries. The film was commissioned […]