Homeless Oxfordshire News

Lucy’s Story

20th November 2019

Lucy* is one of our growing number of women clients, here she bravely shares her experiences of homelessness, substance misuse and how we have been able to accommodate and support…

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Race to the Stones

15th August 2019

On the 4th and 5th July, Jordan took on a challenge of a lifetime. After travelling 100km on foot to support our work, we caught up with him to find…

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Meet our volunteers

3rd June 2019

Earlier this week you heard from me but now it’s time you heard from some of our volunteers themselves! Who are these mysterious folk? What do they do and why…

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Why should you volunteer?

28th May 2019

Volunteers are invaluable to Homeless Oxfordshire. They bring a diverse range of skills, unique talents, life experience and passion to our organisation. As the Volunteer Development Manager, I may be…

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How many people take access to food and somewhere to keep their possessions for granted?

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❓ QUESTION ❓ 
How many people take access to food and somewhere to keep their possessions for granted? 
 
#HomelessNotHopeless

There's always something that you remember at 3am!

**** Keep a notepad by your bed ****

When your brain starts whirring as you're trying to sleep - write stuff down.
Pick it up in the morning. Written down thoughts aren't going anywhere.

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Theres always something that you remember at 3am!

**** Keep a notepad by your bed ****

When your brain starts whirring as youre trying to sleep - write stuff down.
Pick it up in the morning. Written down thoughts arent going anywhere.

#AvoidBurnoutTips

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Wishing you a very Happy Birthday Jonna save us a bit cake! 🤣👍🧡@youhrconsultancy

Rough sleeping in Oxford has gone up 400% since 2012.

Over 100 households a month now approach Oxford City Council identifying as homeless.

Homelessness is a social issue:
money issues, family breakdown, addiction, health problems or a criminal history can escalate from a personal crisis into homelessness.

Homelessness is a structural and economic issue triggered by increased rents in the private sector, unaffordable housing, compounded by austerity and the effects of years of funding cuts.

▶️ www.homelessoxfordshire.uk/support-us/donate

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Rough sleeping in Oxford has gone up 400% since 2012.

Over 100 households a month now approach Oxford City Council identifying as homeless.

Homelessness is a social issue:
money issues, family breakdown, addiction, health problems or a criminal history can escalate from a personal crisis into homelessness.

Homelessness is a structural and economic issue triggered by increased rents in the private sector, unaffordable housing, compounded by austerity and the effects of years of funding cuts.

▶️ www.homelessoxfordshire.uk/support-us/donate

#HomelessNotHopeless

There are no words more powerful than those straight from our clients... 🎙👩‍🦱

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There are no words more powerful than those straight from our clients... 🎙👩‍🦱

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#HomelessNotHopeless
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Our beds here are always full, but every night we accommodate an extra 20 people – through our Sit Up service – who would otherwise be sleeping on the streets.

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