Single & Double Rooms Available in Birmingham - WIFI - £15p/w Service Charge
Are you currently Homeless? Currently unemployed and need accommodation?
Oak Leaf Housing can access your accommodation requirements and offer immediate funded supported accommodation across a variety of locations throughout Birmingham within a safe secure environment.
We have a range of fully furnished modern properties with free WIFI and all amenities to assist with your living.
What is homelessness?
People can be homeless if they have nowhere to stay and are living on the streets, homelessness can also be considered even when you have a roof over your head.
Homelessness can include people:
• Staying with friends or family (sofa surfing)
• Staying in a hostel, night shelter or bed & breakfast accommodation
• At risk of violence or abuse in their home.
• Living in poor conditions that affects their health.
Oak Leaf Housing plays a crucial role in providing you with a safe home with support for people to eventually gain independent living.
Our residents not only receive viable opportunities we also ensure we sustain their future by assisting with registering for social housing, such as Birmingham Home Choice.
Call us for a free assessment today.
What you will need.
• Proof of benefits ( Universal Credit, JSA/ESA, PIP, or Income Support)
Look forward to hearing from you.
Get in Touch for available room list.
- Shared property
- £20 pw (double)
- £20 pw (double)
- £20 pw (single)
- Minimum term
- Maximum term
- Bills included?
- Disabled access
- Living room
- Broadband included
- # flatmates
- Total # rooms
- 18 to 99
- Any pets?
- 2 Males
New flatmate preferences
- Couples OK?
- Smoking OK?
- Pets OK?
- Don't mind
- Males or females
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