CHAC provides advice and assistance to people in need on matters relating to housing, benefits and money skills. The Centre works largely with people living or working in Cheltenham.
Due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, we are currently closed and unable to take existing and new client enquiries. Please keep checking our website, where we will post an update once we are able to re-open.
Who we are
Established in 1988, Cheltenham Housing Aid Centre is a small independent charity, that provides free advice and information to help vulnerable and disadvantaged members of our community resolve housing issues and thereby improve their quality of life.
Currently, we provide specialist housing advice to clients who have drug, alcohol or mental health issues who are homeless or at risk of losing their home.
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- Are you homeless or have a housing problem?
- Do you have a drug and alcohol issue or mental health issue
- Do you want specialist advice to support you?
- Aged 18 or over
- Live or looking to reside in Cheltenham?
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We rely on help from funders and private donations. Any help is gratefully received.
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