Wycombe Homeless Connection | Housing and Homelessness Charity

We help people who are homeless or at risk of homelessness.

We can assist with emergency food, clothing and bedding and we run a winter night shelter during January, February and March.

In addition to this we also work to find accommodation for people who are homeless, we work with the Wycombe Rent Deposit Guarantee Scheme to find private rented accommodation, we can assist clients to register and bid on Bucks Home Choice for social housing and we can assist in making applications in to hostels such as the Old Tea Warehouse and the YMCA, in some cases we can also offer some financial assistance for the costs of moving in to accommodation. 

We also help people who are at risk of homelessness to try to help them avoid being evicted. This includes legal drop-in sessions where clients can see a legal aid solicitor for free. 

We help people to deal with some of the negative effects of homelessness, find housing and help people who are at risk of being evicted avoid it or find alternative accommodation. We run a night shelter during January, February and March. All year round we have a drop-in sessions at Oakley Hall on Castle Street in High Wycombe where we can help people in a housing crisis with a range of things.

Who to contact

Contact Name
Support Worker
Telephone
E-mail
contact@wyhoc.org.uk
Website
Wycombe Homeless Connection
Notes

Office hours for phone calls are 9am till 5pm Mondays to Fridays. 

Where to go

Name
Oakley Hall
Address
8
Castle Street
High Wycombe
Buckinghamshire
Postcode
HP13 6RF
Geographic Area Covered
Wycombe District (please also contact us if you are in Chiltern or South Bucks and need assistance too)

Time / Date Details

When is it on
Support Centre Open Monday to Friday: 10am to 12:30pm
Time of day
Morning
Session Information
The Support Centre is the first place you should go if you need assistance from any of the services we can offer.

Other Details

Cost Description

No costs.

Age Ranges
18 years and over (families with dependent children can use our service but single homeless people under 18 must go straight to Wycombe District Council for help)
Last Updated
28/12/2019

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