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A team of five are in the Netherlands to raise money for HAB. They are taking part in the 100th Four Days Marches 19-22 July 2016

To support them click HERE

Can you help Crisis convince MPs to propose a private member’s bill to push for stronger, fairer single homelessness legislation?

It has long been the case that under the law single homeless people can end up with little or no help when they approach their local council because they are not considered to be in priority need, are deemed intentionally homeless or don’t have a local connection.

We think that a better system is possible.

By the end of next week, Paul Nicolson could be facing prison and bankruptcy – an unexpected turn of events for an 84-year-old retired vicar who has never previously been in this type of trouble.





Support this years HAB Quiz on 14th July 2016 

Despite eager anticipation, a commitment to change the law on homelessness failed to materialise in the Queen’s speech last week. This is perhaps surprising, given the chancellor George Osborne’s recent and unexpected recognition that homelessness was “unacceptable”. Even the Treasury, it seems, had sensed that Something Must Be Done.

Homeless Link has produced an interesting article on the implication for homelessness in the Queens Speech.


Day Centre Open

Wednesday 27 July 2016

If you are homeless in the Barnet area just drop in to see what we can do to help.

If you need support to keep your home just drop in and someone will help you.