Homelessness and urgent housing need
If you are homeless, face losing your home or are in urgent housing need, we can help you.
If you have lost your home or could lose it, contact our Housing Options team as soon as possible using the contact details on this page.
- Give you advice on your legal rights
- Suggests ways to prevent losing your home
- Help you find somewhere else to live
What homelessness is
You are homeless if you do not have a home that you can live in legally.
You are not homeless if:
- You can legally stay in your home
- There is a second home which is available to you
You may be homeless if you have a home, but cannot live there for certain reasons:
- You have been evicted illegally from it
- it's not reasonable for you to stay in your home, because of domestic violence or threats of violence against you or a member of your family
We will do everything possible to prevent you from becoming homeless, but it is important that you contact us without delay, even if you feel your situation is hopeless.
If we cannot prevent your homelessness, we can give you advice about other housing options that maybe available to you.
If you see someone sleeping rough in Rushmoor
If you see someone sleeping rough in Aldershot or Farnborough, please let us know so we can help them. You can contact us using the details on this page or fill in our Report a rough sleeper form.
Help if you are under 25, single and homeless
Youth Aims provides advice, information, mediation and rent deposits to young people aged 16-25. For details, see the Youth Aims website.
If you have an urgent housing problem
We can assess most requests for help over the phone or in person at the Council Offices, which means you will not need to complete a housing application form.
We will base our decision on your housing circumstances now and not on your future housing need.
You can do this by contacting our Housing Options team using the contact details on this page.