Homeless Information

The local services near our practice include:

Food Banks

If you reach out to Trussel Trust as a GP Practice you can become a referrer.

St. Peter’s House – Referral Only   07928412339

OPENING TIMES Fri         10:00 – 12:00

ADDRESS   St Peters’ House, Oxford Road Manchester M13 9GH

No. 93 (formerly the Harpurhey Wellbeing Centre) – Referral only  07928412339

OPENING TIMES  Thu      10:00 – 12:00

ADDRESS   93 Church Lane, Harpurhey, M9 5BG

St Clements – Referral only  07928412339

OPENING TIMES  Tue      15:30 – 17:00

ADDRESS  St Clement’s Church,Ashton Old Road, Manchester M11 1HF

Food Pantry

A food pantry in Harpurhey is offering a week’s worth of shopping for as little as £3.50 for an individual and £7 for an average family. ‘The Bread And Butter Thing’ are running from Christ Church on Rochdale Road, alongside the food pantries they already run in Higher Blackley, Collyhurst and Moston (details on those below).

If you would like to use the service, text 07860063304 with your full name, your postcode and the word “ChristChurch”. They’ll then get in touch with you.

Advice and support

Harpurhey Neighbourhood Project  is a voluntary organisation which supports community activity in Harpurhey. The Centre ia a venue for a variety of activities and a base for local groups. Please call us to find out what’s on and when.

Services available:  General support Address:  Harpurhey Neighbourhood Centre, Carisbrook Street, Harpurhey, Manchester. M9 5UX – Vi

Opening times: Monday  to Friday 10:00-16:00

Greater Manchester Immigration Aid Unit

Specializes in providing expert legal advice and representation on all issues of immigration, nationality, asylum and human rights. We provide outreach services to people in detention who are facing deportation, and dedicated services for people who are particularly vulnerable (victims of torture, trafficking, rape and domestic violence, and children). All our immigration caseworkers and solicitors are accredited by the Law Society and maintain an up to date knowledge of all aspects of immigration and asylum law and practice. Please contact us to arrange an appointment

Services available:  Asylum seeker support, Immigration advice

Access to this service is by appointment only. Suitable for: asylum seekers

Address: 1 Delaunays Road, Crumpsall Green, Manchester. M8 4QS Telephone:  0161 740 7722

Opening times:  Monday to Friday 10:30-16:00

Nacro Housing  Manchester Supported Housing and Wellbeing Services

We offer a personal service that focuses on the strengths of individuals and support them in areas they wish to develop to move to independence. This includes support accessing employment.

Services available:  Employment advice suitable for:  Anyone aged 16-64 who is single and homeless. We also offer help to women only as well as men requiring help with substance misuse.

Address:  Nacro, 33 Rectory Road, Crumpsall, Manchester. M8 5EA

Opening times: Monday to Friday 09:00-17:00

People First Housing Association – Avenue Library, Victoria Avenue East, Blackley. M9 6HW

10:00 – 12:30 Tuesday

Up to an hour’s support with filling out forms, writing a CV, using the phone to contact benefits, landlords, doctors, etc, reading through letters, using the internet. Please call 0161 235 6900 to book an appointment.

Suitable for: Homeless or at risk;

Access to this service is by appointment only.

Support services

On the Out set up by and for people who have experienced life in prison 07943775526


Address: The Meanwhile, 153 Great Ducie Street, Manchester. M3 1FB

Opening times: Wednesday  11:00-16:00


 Telephone: 07973 955003

Hot Showers available for street homeless.

Services available: Showers, food, advice

Suitable for:  Rough Sleepers

Address: The Meanwhile, 153 Great Ducie Street, Manchester. M3 1FB

Opening times:

Monday to Friday  18:00-20:00

Saturday and Sunday  17:00-19:00