Gilmours Close Resettlement Service is a supported accommodation service located in Edinburgh.
Temporary Supported Accommodation provides short and medium term housing support to people who are homeless.
People using the service receive support to find suitable accommodation and to develop skills and address issues in their lives so they can sustain their home.
The service aims to provide "the necessary individual support to enable service users to move on to live in more permanent accommodation, with or without support".
Gilmours Close Resettlement Service...
This services provide support to people with mental health, addiction, learning disability and physical health issues, who are in need of housing advice and support.
Gilmours Close Service supports men and women, ages 35 and older, who are homeless due to alcohol and/or drug addictions, mental health and behavioural issues.
Support is provided between Monday - Thursday 9am- 5pm and Friday 9am - 4pm.
Out with support hours there is a warden call facility (Hanover Telecare) and an on call service.
Referrals can only be made through City of Edinburgh Council referring officers. However, if you think this services may be a good option for you, please discuss this during your housing assessment. The referring officer can then check to see if there are any vacancies.
Contact any of the following City of Edinburgh Council teams:
Housing Options Team / Temporary Accommodation Team
Address: 1a Parliament Square, Edinburgh EH1 1RF
Phone: 0131 529 7342 or 0131 529 7368
Fax: 0131 529 7553
The Access Point (23 Leith Street)
Or, any local area housing office
You will be asked a few questions to determine your housing options. If it is found that you require temporary supported accommodation then you may be referred to a range of providers in Edinburgh.
Please DO NOT turn up to any of the supported accommodation services.
For further information, please get in touch.