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        Get housing advice

        If you think you are in threat of being homeless then please complete our form  This will provide the Housing Options Service with essential information and we will then aim to contact you for an appointment within 10 working days.

        Do you need help and advice about a housing problem, or are you in debt??

        If you have any of these problems, we can help.

        • Struggling to pay your rent
        • Struggling to pay your mortgage
        • Your main earner has lost their job, or had their hours reduced
        • You are in debt
        • You are struggling after recent benefit changes
        • Your family is overcrowded
        • Your landlord has served notice on you to leave your home
        • You have had notice to leave the family home
        • Other housing problem

        The Homelessness Reduction Act 2017 was implemented on 03 April 2018 and this has transformed the way homelessness services are delivered to ensure that all eligible applicants faced with homelessness within 56 days are provided with essential prevention advice and assistance for 56 days.  The Act places new legal duties on the council to give people meaningful support to help resolve their homelessness and customers will be offered personal housing plan to enable this to happen.


        Support for service personnel and veterans

        Contact the council’s Housing Options Team to establish your local connection, and get local help and advice.

        The Service Personnel & Veterans Agency offer support and advice on a range of things, including homelessness advice.  Find out more on the veterans UK web site

        Shelter, the housing and homeless charity also offers advice on their web site.


        Homelessness and LGBTQ

        Those of us who identify as LGBTQ may experience extra difficulties in finding somewhere to live, especially if you are a young person.  Contact the Housing Options Team for advice, or use the online form above if its outside office hours.

        Help and advice is also available from other organisations and charities:

        Brook  Sexual health services and advice for young people under 25.

        Stonewall Advice and support

        Mermaids Transgender support

        Aven  The Asexual Visibility and Education Network (AVEN) for asexual people.

        Shelter Homelessness Charity in Kent


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