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Are you or is someone you know facing eviction or homeless?

AHAG provides housing advice and support to any person over the age of 18 years, who is defined as not in priority need. Check out our ‘Covid-19 Info and Resources’ page for regular up-to-date advice and support available.

ROUGH SLEEPERS- Message from Aylesbury Vale District Council

If you are homeless or sleeping rough we urge you to contact the Housing Team on 01296585168 so that we can offer you assistance. If you see someone sleeping rough then we would be grateful if you could provide information about their exact location on our report it link: https://www.aylesburyvaledc.gov.uk/rough-sleepers so that the Outreach team can offer the assistance they need.

During this uncertain period AHAG are increasing ways to access housing advice & support.

The team is working within the guidance of Public Health England.
email support via info@ahag.org.uk

call/text/WhatsApp support via:

07921 859444
07923 023996
07521 951853

Any enquiries will be responded to during our usual office hours 9-5pm Monday-Friday.

If you are over the age of 18 years and are homeless or facing homelessness, call and chat to someone from AHAG for some free, confidential advice.

You can contact us on the numbers above for advice. Please note that we do not have a list of landlords, but we will support you in looking at your housing options and assist you making referrals or looking for private landlords.

Aylesbury Homeless Action Group
Aylesbury Homeless Action Group
We are all living through difficult times but spare a thought for the homeless in our community. Most were struggling before the lockdown but since their issues have been magnified and many are struggling with mental health aspects and loneliness, they may have jobs but not accommodation and they have been furloughed or have lost those jobs so have real financial issues and no savings to fall back on, they could be facing eviction as the situation drags on and many are finding it difficult to access the support they need. Even basic things like hygiene and hand washing is not always available when you are on the streets. But amongst this crisis there is hope and AHAG staff are continuing to offer support to the homeless. We can no longer meet face to face but can still work via phone calls, video calls, internet chat and in any way we can. The AHAG website has many sources of information related to the homeless and Covid 19 and details of how to get support so if you know of anyone who needs this help then the web is a good starting point for information and contacts. As a charity we are dependant on fundraising to offer this support and in the lockdown we have had to stop many of our fundraising activities so any if you want to support this work then please check out the donation page on our web site. Thank you and stay safe.
Paul Walter, Trustee for AHAG

After all the incredible work done by so many community partners to bringing rough sleepers into temporary accommodation during #COVID19 we must now work to keep #EveryoneInForGood See more at @HomelessLink #EveryoneInForGood @RobBAylesbury @gregsmith_uk