Hostels and night shelters
Hostels in Birmingham and Derby
Most hostels will accept people without any money, as long as you can claim benefits to pay for the accommodation. They can check what you are entitled to and help you with the claim forms.Housing benefit may not cover all the rent, and won’t cover any extra services such as cleaning or meals. So you may have to use part of your income support, jobseekers allowance or a training allowance to pay for anything that isn’t covered.
If you are a young person, visit our section about hostels and accommodation for younger people.
To carry out a wider search, visit the Homelessness Link website search.
Accomodation for single homeless people with support needs who are ex-offenders or who are vulnerable and at risk of offending. Must be willing to accept support. No local connection required. To find out more call 0121 333 6795 email [email protected] or visit www.nacro.org.uk
St Anne's Hostel, Birmingham
Padley Hostel, Derby
If you are homeless, male, and 18 or over, you can contact the Padley Hostel in Derby who provide emergency accommodation. They also provide support and help with resettlement. To find out more visit www.padleygroup.com/our-services/homeless-centre