YMCA  There is a range of accomodation sites for 16 – 25 year olds across the county. They provide a range of facilities and services.

St Martins Housing Trust  Has a diverse range of services, from emergency hostel accommodation, to residential care for people with complex needs, to training courses to enable people to build up their skills and self-esteem.

StreetLink  StreetLink exists to help end rough sleeping by enabling members of the public to connect people sleeping rough with the local services that can support them. 

“We urge anyone requiring immediate assistance with finding emergency accommodation to contact the Norwich Council on 0344 980 33 33. This number also provides out of hours support.”

Members of the public can notify the council of people rough sleeping at any time by emailing roughsleepers@norwich.gov.uk


Advice on money management and debt Counselling.

Christians Against Poverty (CAP) 

Oak Grove Money Advice Centre

Multi Agency Support Groups:

Future Projects   Offers support and advice and can liaise with agencies and other organisations. key services: Employment, Education, Housing, Health, Finance

SSAFA – The Armed Forces Charity; Supports past & present members of the armed forces, their partners and dependent children