LGBT Hate Crime and Emergency Accommodation

If you are experiencing hate crime in or near your home, you might be considering your housing options. If it has got to the point where you are living in fear and there are no other housing alternatives available, the last safety net would be to apply for emergency accommodation via a local authority. Approaching a local authority as an emergency can be exhausting, intrusive and time consuming. It should only be considered as a last resort when personal safety is at risk.

This briefing is not intended as legal guidance. Housing law is complex and the scope of this document is restricted. If you or someone you know is experiencing hate crime in or near their home always seek the help of a specialist housing advocacy service. 

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