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A former rough sleeper explains what it was like being homeless during lockdown and how he eventually got help through Plymouth City Council and charitable housing association BCHA
Charitable housing association BCHA is working hard to ensure that rough sleepers continue to be housed and supported both now and in the future
BCHA was part of a successful application by the Plymouth Alliance and Sanctuary Supported Living for funding that will ensure the provision of additional secure private accommodation and services to support domestic abuse in Plymouth, including a new multi-occupancy property to support local women, which will be managed by BCHA.
The Spring 2020 issue of Tenant Talk, the magazine by and for BCHA customers, is out now and packed full of useful facts and contact numbers. Rest assured, we are doing all we can to support our community and our staff are working hard to provide as full a service as possible.
BCHA is proud to showcase the work being carried out by Cocobolo, a small soft furnishings business based at our social enterprise office rental premises The Factory in Poole.
A charitable housing association has taken over the main homelessness accommodation in Yeovil and is offering further increased practical support for people who have been sleeping rough and temporarily homeless in the area during the national Covid-19 emergency.
A housing association charity has increased practical support for rough sleepers and the homeless in and around Exeter because of the national emergency.
Customers accessing support services from BCHA across the South West are gifted mobile phones. The equipment could prove a lifeline during lockdown.
A charity in the South West which helps victims of domestic abuse is reaching out to adults and children who could be suffering behind closed doors during lockdown.
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