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Independent Housing Advice Contacts

Our homelessness service is available during office hours. For emergency homeless out of hours assistance telephone: 01452 614194.

You can also seek independent advice on your housing issues from:

Citizens Advice Bureau

Confidential, impartial and independent advice on issues including housing, debt, welfare benefits and other legal issues.

The Citizens Advice Bureau offer drop-ins at Tewkesbury Borough Council Offices. Drop-in times:

  • Mondays, 12 noon – 2pm
  • Tuesdays, 10 am – 12 noon
  • Thursdays, 10 am – 12 noon

Gloucestershire Domestic Abuse Service (GDASS)

Free confidential advice, support and information on domestic abuse.

Gloucestershire Nightstop

Offers emergency overnight accommodation in the homes of volunteer hosts for young single people aged between 16-25.


Offer help to set up home for the first time, maintain current accommodation, explore alternatives for moving, connect with networks and activities in the local community, access education, training and work, budget and pay bills, claim welfare benefits.

Alternatively, residents can attend a Greensquare drop-in at Priors Park Neighbourhood Project (Jubilee 2) every Wednesday between 12:00 -14:00.

P3 single homeless direct referral hostel

Assertive outreach supporting homeless people.


Independent housing information and advice.

Homeless Link

Find out about services for people experiencing or at risk of homelessness.

Other useful contacts

Adult care helpdesk

Social care assistance for vulnerable people.

Children and families helpdesk

Social care assistance for children and families.

Housing benefit

Advice and assistance to claim benefits for rent and council tax.

Job Centre Plus

Advice on seeking work and assistance to claim benefits for living costs. Telephone: 01684 616010.

Youth support team

Provides support for young people aged 10-19 years old (up to 25 if you have learning difficulties or a disability). Telephone: 01684 298291.