The organisations below can help you with advice if you are:
- already homeless, or are about to be
- sleeping rough or concerned about a rough sleeper
- looking for legal help on housing
If you are still worried about becoming homeless or you are homeless already please get in touch with the Housing Aid Team as soon as possible.
Contact us by phone on 020 7527 2000 or by email at email@example.com
Worried about becoming homeless
Talk to the Housing Aid Team today if you might become homeless. Call us on 020 7527 2000 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
What happens when you come in to make a homeless application
How we will assess if we have a legal duty to house you
If we cannot stop you from becoming homeless we may have to give you temporary housing while we investigate if it is Islington Council’s responsibility to provide longer term housing.
Housing services to support vulnerable people
More advice on what to do from the UK's housing and homelessness charity
No Second Night Out
Aiming to help people who are sleeping rough in London for the first time and find them an immediate alternative so they don't need to spend another night on the streets.
I’m concerned about a rough sleeper
Contact StreetLink, who can connect the rough sleeper to the local support and services they need.
Legal advice on housing
The Islington Law Centre can help you with a wide range of issues about your housing situation.
Private sector housing
Find out about renting in the private sector, your rights to decent accommodation as a private renter; and how you can help get empty properties back into use
Find out about low cost home ownership options.
New Generation Scheme
The New Generation Scheme is for the sons and daughters of council, housing association and private sector tenants living in the borough.
Violence Against Women and Girls
GOV.UK overview of your entitlement to housing benefit and how to claim
Social housing options in low demand areas
Homeless Link - Islington homeless organisations
Homeless Link campaigns on behalf of the frontline homeless organisations in England.