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37 Harrison Road
01422 842 848
Our Mission is to help people solve the problems they face from our centres in Halifax, Elland, Hebden Bridge and Todmorden, and through multiple community outreach locations across the district.
We provide generalist advice and/or guidance and/or signposting on nearly everything ( debt, employment, benefits, consumer, housing, family, law, relationships, immigration, etc). We provide specialist level advice and guidance in terms of casework on matters such as Debt, Welfare Benefits and Housing.
Ebenezer Methodist Church
St. James Road
Individuals and organisations such as The Basement Project, Christians Together, Halifax Parish Church, Salvation Army and The St. Augustine’s Centre are working in partnership to establish a Drop-In point for ‘Food & Support’.
The aim of the project is to enable vulnerable people who have a ‘chaotic lifestyle’ to access a drop in on a weekly basic and collect a free food parcel and gain support and guidance to enable them to move on from their current situation. This will include:
- people who are experiences homelessness
- destitute asylum seekers
- people who suffer from substance misuse
- clients and people suffering extreme hardship
29 Harrison Road
116 123 (24/7 Helpline from any phone)
We know that life can be unbelievably tough. We don’t have a magic wand to make your problems disappear. But, given the chance, many people are able to find a way through their problems themselves, if there is someone there giving them time and space to talk. We can help you to explore your options and come to your own decisions about what’s best for you. Our support may help you find your own way forward.
Angels Rest Cafe
01422 356 288
Halifax Street Angels, a Christian charity working in the heart of Halifax seeking to serve, help, care for and support people who have become vulnerable within our night-time economy.
Since the founding of Halifax Street Angels in 2005 by Churches Together we have gone from strength to strength. Our work of supporting people within the Halifax Town Centre night time economy is who we are.
Halifax Street Angels work Fridays and Saturdays in Halifax town centre 10pm – 4am to meet the needs of those who have become vulnerable.
St. Augustine’s Centre
01422 352 492
St. Augustine’s Centre, based on Hanson Lane in Halifax, is a community centre for anyone who needs help, advice or support. Based on the Christian faith which respects and values individuals, the Centre welcomes the vulnerable and cares for all, regardless of faith, ethnicity, background or any other factors.
The building offers a warm and welcoming environment for people to access support and advice from friendly workers and volunteers. There are over 60 volunteers and they are the backbone of the Centre. We aim to help with basic needs and hope to build confidence to encourage participation within the community and to prevent isolation.
This is achieved through:
- Weekly Support Groups offering befriending, food, information and direction towards other agencies
- Adult Education, both on an informal and formal basis, to share skills and to learn new ones
- Social Activities within the local community which aim to develop better relationships between the host community and those who have moved here from other countries
- Advice Sessions, covering such areas as education, employment, adapting to the UK culture, citizenship and immigration. Basic legal advice is offered by OISC (Office of the Immigration Services Commissioner) registered workers
01422 323 339
During these hours, please call 01422 323 339
Monday: 9am to 5pm
Tuesday: 9am to 5pm
Wednesday: 9am to 5pm
Thursday: 9am to 5pm
Friday: 9am to 5pm
Out of Hours:
During these hours, please call 07590 884 206
Thursday: 5pm to 10pm
Friday: 5pm to 10pm
Saturday: 9am to 5pm
Sunday: 9am to 5pm
Have you or a family member been affected by Domestic Abuse?
Do you need some support or someone to talk to about the abuse?
Are you struggling to cope with the effects of family violence?
What help is available?
- We offer a free and confidential service to anyone aged 16 and above, who has been affected by domestic abuse and who lives in Calderdale.
- Our support is available to people regardless of their sexuality, gender, disability, religion or ethnic origin.
- Support is also available for children 5 years and above, who have been affected by domestic abuse.
- We have dedicated male and female support workers