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Get Help

Get Help - The Bridge Homelessness to Hope

Get in touch with us today

If you or someone you are worried about is currently homeless, sofa surfing or at risk of becoming homeless, please get in touch with us today.

Please note that we only work with adults who are 18 and over.

Call us on 0116 222 1161 or email to speak to a member of the team, who will be happy to offer you advice.

Need to talk?

Are you experiencing homelessness, anxiety, depression, loneliness, addiction, money worries, stress, grief, isolation or feeling low?

Our fully trained mentors offer a listening ear for a period of 3-6 months, helping, coaching, and being by your side every week. 

Talk to us to find out how our Lighthouse Project mentors could help you.

Lighthouse Project.

Our Services

We have both male and female shower facilities available.

We have computers and free WIFI access available.

Our Case Workers at The Bridge are available to talk to and here to offer you advice and support.

Food and drinks are served to anyone using our facilities or accessing support.

We have clothes washing and drying facilities.

We have men's and women's clothing available to those in need.


I am not a rough sleeper, will I still be considered homeless?

You don't have to be sleeping on the streets or not have a roof over your head to be considered homeless. You may be sleeping on a friend's sofa, in a car, staying in a hostel, or living in overcrowded or unsuitable accommodation.

Does The Bridge provide accommodation?


The Bridge does not provide accommodation for people to stay in. 


For help with housing please, get in contact with Leicester City Council.

Call 0116 454 1008 - option 3 (Monday to Friday 8am-5pm).


For emergencies on weekends/out of hours please, call The Dawn Centre on

0116 221 2770.

How can The Bridge help me?

We offer support to anyone who is homeless or who is at risk of becoming homeless. The Bridge provides a safe space for people to wash and dry their clothing, shower, access WIFI, get clothes and toiletries as well as eat a hot meal whilst socialising with others.


Our Case Workers can also support you and give you advice with the following:


  • Housing Advice

  • Benefit Advice

  • Connecting with a GP or Dentist

  • Accessing Mental Health and Wellbeing Support

  • Job Applications/Writing a CV

To receive one-to-one support you will need to make an appointment with one of our Case Workers.


Please, call 0116 222 1161 to book an appointment.

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