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Are you worried about becoming homeless?


A person is 'threatened with homelessness' if they, for example:

  • Are likely to become homeless in 56 days
  • Have been asked to leave your property
  • Are at risk from harm in their current property
  • Have received a valid notice to quit (section 21 notice from your landlord).

If you think you may be homeless or threatened with homelessness, you should complete the online housing register application, which can be found here and also contact Monmouthshire’s County Council for advice on 01633 644 644. More information can be found on their website here.

If you are not from Monmouthshire, please contact your local authority’s homelessness team.

Further help and advice regarding homelessness can be found on the following websites:

Shelter Cymru          StreetLink          Citizens Advice


Home shouldn't be a place of fear- if you are at risk of domestic abuse, please click here.


Young and Threatened with Homelessness


Monmouthshire Council's Housing Options Team will offer you housing advice and may also be able to prevent you from becoming homeless. If they cannot prevent you from becoming homeless, you may be entitled to temporary accommodation if you meet certain criteria. 

To contact the Monmouthshire Housing Options team call 01633 644 644. More information can be found on the Housing Options website by clicking here.


If you would like any support, guidance or information please see below:

Llamau Youth Homeless Helpine- Free to call on 08000 495 495.

Advisors are highly trained volunteers who will help you to access safe temporary accommodation and provide help and advice.

Compass is a specialist service for those aged 11-25 and can be contacted on:

•       North and Central Monmouthshire on 07975 236142

•       South and Central Monmouthshire on 07980 949010

The project offers support to vulnerable young people who find themselves in difficult situations that may leave them particularly at risk of becoming homeless in the future or currently are.

The Shelter Cymru Website can also help find support near you. To see what support is available in your area please click here.



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