Advice for trans people with housing related problems can be found on the Action For Trans Health website.
Stonewall Housing have produced a useful guide for survivors: Housing options for LGBT people experiencing domestic abuse
Shelter are the UK housing and homelessness charity and can provide online, in person, and telephone helpline advice.
Micro Rainbow provide support for housing LGBTI asylum seekers and refugees. They have a helpline and email address you can contact.
Simon Community NI provide homelessness support throughout Northern Ireland and have a 24/7 helpline.
Albert Kennedy Trust provide support for LGBTQ+ young people (aged 16-25) who are homeless or at risk of homelessness. They can help and advise you around accessing housing services or emergency accommodation. You can also access their online advice hub for information on a range of housing topics.
The Outside Project provide an LGBTQ+-specific homeless shelter and community centre in London, as well as a domestic abuse refuge.
Homeless Link offer a search tool to help you find homelessness services in England.
Information for young people
If you’re under 16 and homeless, or at risk of becoming homeless, you can contact Children’s Services at your local council. However, they will generally try to sort things so that you can stay at home, and will only look for alternatives if that is dangerous or impossible. You can find more information about this on the GOV.UK website.
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