Despite falling numbers of homeless people on the streets of the UK, it is widely accepted that ex-Service personnel feature among those who are unfortunate enough to find themselves in this situation. SSAFA can provide advice and different types of assistance to those eligible for their service. They also provide temporary supported accommodation for separated women and children and their London Homeless Division works with ex-Service rough sleepers. They also have designed an excellent homeless guide. All of the above is on their website at the link below:
(The housing and homelessness charity that works to alleviate the distress caused by homelessness and bad housing. )
The only national charity supporting people and organisations working directly with homeless people in England.
SPACES is a project based within the Resettlement/Welfare complex at Catterick Garrison, North Yorkshire. It provides an accommodation placement service for single personnel being discharged from all three Services.
(leading charity for homelessness among veterans in the UK.
(SPVA's site for homeless veterans' issues)
Haig Housing Trust
Haig Housing Trust is a charity set up to provide housing and accommodation related assistance to the ex-Service community. The Trust aims to assist ex-Servicemen and their families by providing transitional arrangements and housing solutions tailored for the needs of Service personnel wounded or disabled as a result of their Service.
The Sir Oswald Stoll Foundation
The Sir Oswald Stoll Foundation provides homes and rehabilitative to vulnerable and disabled ex-Servicemen and women, including those who have been homeless.