Homeless Support

At Colmore BID, we understand the challenges faced by individuals experiencing homelessness.

The Colmore BID Community Operations Team consists of a Community Operations Manager, patrolling Community officers, a Community Liaison Executive and a Street Cleaning Operative. The Team are the most visible and accessible reassuring presence within the Colmore Business District.

The team have an important role of engaging with our frequent homeless and begging communities. Team members are skilled in signposting vulnerable individuals to the most appropriate support services to ensure those in need can access the right treatment and support to lead healthier and sustainable lifestyles.

Should you need to refer to these services, our recommended providers are below.

SIFA Fireside

SIFA Fireside provides an ever-evolving range of responsive homeless support services so that people can rebuild their lives in safety and with dignity.

Visit the website here: https://sifafireside.co.uk/.

St Basils Homeless Charity

St Basils works with young people to enable them to find and keep a home, grow their confidence, develop their skills, increase opportunities and prevent homelessness.

They manage a Youth Hub in Birmingham where young people aged 16-25 can go for support, mediation and access to specialist services.

Visit the website here: St Basils Homeless Charity | Youth Hub in Birmingham

Trident Group

Trident Reach’s specialist Homeless Services help people break the cycle of homelessness by supporting them to become independent and to safeguard themselves from future risk.

Services in Birmingham include emergency beds provision, rapid rehousing pathway, accommodation services (complex needs and long term) and rough sleeper’s outreach.

Visit the website here: https://tridentgroup.org.uk/care-support/homeless-services.

Birmingham City Council

Birmingham City Council have provided a list of resources if you’re concerned about a rough sleeper.

Visit the website here: https://www.birmingham.gov.uk/info/20207/homelessness/1499/rough_sleeping.

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