If you are homeless, sleeping rough or facing a housing crisis, contact your local council housing options team to find out what help they can offer.
Call 999 if you are under 18 or need emergency help
All referrals to Alabaré homeless services have to come through the local authority (Wiltshire Council, North Devon and North Somerset) apart from our North Somerset drug & alcohol recovery service for men only. If you need additional support or advice, please get in touch today.
If you are currently sleeping rough, you can make an alert with StreetLink. Your alert will be passed on to your local outreach team who will try to find you at the location you give us.
An outreach team will help as soon as they can – but please don’t wait. Seek other help if you can.Streetlink website
Search for local support services
Homeless provides a link to the most comprehensive database of homelessness services. It is constantly updated and lists of 1,500 projects up and down the country with contact details and service descriptions.
Search for hostels and other support services here.Homeless Link website
North Somerset local authority
North Devon local authority
Alabaré Drop-In Centres
Rough sleepers can get free meals, showers, and advice at Alabaré ‘Somewhere to Go’ Drop-In Centres in Salisbury and Chippenham.
Severe Weather Emergency Protocol
When SWEP is actioned by Wiltshire Council, there are temporary beds available at:
SWEP is activated when the Met Office forecasts a temperature of below zero Celsius for a minimum of three nights.
Alabaré Place Salisbury
Unity House Chippenham