Preventing you from becoming Homeless
Do you think you are threatened with losing your home?
Would you like advice about what help you can get?
If this is the case, you should contact us at Wirral Council’s Housing Options Service as soon as possible, as we will do everything possible to keep you in your home or find you somewhere else to live if there is no other solution.
If you are having housing problems, are threatened with losing your home or have nowhere to live you should contact us for help as soon as possible. Having nowhere to live and being homeless can have a severe effect on those who experience it and it is in no-one’s interest for you to become homeless.
What you need to do
If you are aged 18 or over complete the housing options form and an officer will contact you should you require an appointment.
All enquiries will be dealt with over the phone, rather than in person, during the period 14th September 2015 - 9th October 2015. It is therefore essential that you provide us with a contact telephone when completing the form.
If you are under the age of 16 call 0151 606 2006 Monday to Friday 8:45am - 5pm.
If you are aged 16 or 17 call 0151 666 4123 Monday to Friday 9am – 5pm or visit:
19 Argyle Street
Outside of these hours and on bank holidays call 0151 677 6557.
What is Wirral Council doing to tackle homelessness?
The Homeless Strategy sets out key challenges, objectives and priorities for preventing and reducing homelessness in Wirral.
- Housing Benefit changes - advice and information for tenants leaflet
- Shelter's Finding a Place to Live
- My Advice Gateway