Where to find healthcare advice and support locally for homeless people.
Homeless Health Service
The Homeless Health Service provides confidential healthcare, advice and support for homeless people in Bristol and South Gloucestershire, run by professionals who understand the challenges homeless people face.
The Homeless Health Service can assist with healthcare and advice for single homeless people and runs a methadone-prescribing service with treatment and a detoxification programme.
A Health Link team provides specialist advice, guidance and support for clients with long-term and severe health problems.
Services are based at Homeless Health Service in Stokes Croft, Bristol, and staff run outreach clinics in several locations around the city, including The Wild Goose Café (Stapleton Road, Bristol), The Harm Reduction Bus and One25.
For more information about Homeless Health Service, call 0117 989 2450.
Somewhere to go
Somewhere to go is a support centre set up specially to help rough sleepers and disadvantaged, vulnerable adults in Weston-super-Mare. They can help and advise homeless people on how to access a doctor or dentist.
For more information about Somewhere to go, call 01934 641880.
If you are concerned about a rough sleeper, you can should contact StreetLink, the national rough sleeping helpline, on 0300 500 0914 which alerts local services.
St Mungo’s provide a range of services for people who are homeless, including housing support and skills and employment services.