Being homeless means not having a regular, secure home that you can feel safe and comfortable in.
Are you a young person under 18 who is, or might be homeless?
Unable to go home?
Living somewhere that is dangerous or unhealthy?
Experiencing violence that is forcing you to leave?
Sleeping on the floor of a friends room?
On the streets with nowhere to go?
You are not alone, we can help.
Wrexham County Borough Council Homeless Service may be able to help.
Please ring Homeless Section on (01978) 292947.
Single Point of Access (Children) (01978 292039
Emergency Duty Team, Out of Hours 0345 0533116
Whatever the reason, it is important to realise having nowhere permanent to live is not something to be ashamed of and there is help available.
There are a number of organisations who can help you for free and in confidence to make sure you have somewhere safe to stay as soon as possible.
Wrexham Housing Options has a wide variety of information, from homelessness to benefits.
Wrexham Council provide some useful information for you if you are homeless of fear you maybe in the future
There is a night shelter in Wrexham and places for you to get food throughout the town through the soup dragon, Ty Croeso and the Salvation Army. For times of where they are place call into the INFO Shop or contact us on the links below.
Some Local Organisations
- The Wallich
- Shelter Cymru – Wrexham
- Wrexham Citizens Advice Bureau
- Ty Nos (Only for those aged 18 or over)
Other links you might find useful
- Housing – Citizens Advice
- Young people and housing –Citizens Advice
- Get Advice – ShelterCymru (type in your question)
If you would like more information on this topic or you have questions please call into the INFO Shop or contact us on 01978 295600 / Instant message. If you leave us a message we will get back to you as soon as we can.