Helping rough sleepers to ensure they do not have to spend a second night out in the cold
DISC’s Bradford No Second Night Out scheme supports anyone who’s:
We support new and entrenched rough sleepers. We fast track assessments to identify individual solutions to each client’s homelessness.
The scheme offers a range of accommodation, outreach, assessment and advice as well as coordinating the delivery of the Cold Weather provision for rough sleepers in Bradford.
Discovery House provides short term emergency accommodation in circumstances where an immediate housing solution cannot be provided. We provide:
We are committed to ensuring accessibility to our service and can receive referrals by phone, fax, online, in person or through the national ‘Streetlink’ service.
The service responds to referrals within 24 hours and ensures a rapid response to the support needs of the individual. The service will provide support to help you:
Humankind works together with other local providers and Bradford City Council to deliver this service.
We host and Chair the Crisis Cohort meeting, the attendees are all the agencies in Bradford that work with homeless clients; this includes the police, substance misuse services and supported housing.
Tuesday, 10am. Bevan Medical staff and Bradford Royal Infirmary pathway team attend on a Tuesday morning from 10.00am to see any clients who struggle to attend the doctors surgery
Wednesday, 10am. Arch are a substance misuse service who work with chaotic drug users and help with Harm minimisation. Arch attend NSNO on a Wednesday between 10am to 12pm. This is to engage clients who struggle to keep appointments.
Thursday The Housing Options Service send a dedicated housing officer each Thursday to support clients to register with Gateway. The Gateway gives the clients supported housing options within Bradford plus general needs tenancies.
If you are concerned about someone sleeping rough in Bradford, please contact us
If you are concerned about someone sleeping rough in another area, or do not want to contact the service directly, you can contact the national Streetlink service
Streetlink will then pass the details on to the local NSNO provider ensuring the individual receives support, as quickly as possible.