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Are you having a tough time and looking for support?

If you live in the Kirklees area and you are struggling with accommodation, or simply with living an independent life, we may be able to help you.

We can help

KBOP can provide you with tailored support so that you can work towards your ambitions and use your own unique strengths to achieve them. We’re committed to listening and empowering individuals to improve their lives across a range of areas, including:

Accessing and sustaining suitable accommodation

Improving personal safety in relation to domestic violence

Reducing the risk of reoffending

Engaging with health and substance misuse services

Completing educational qualifications

Entering and sustaining employment opportunities


Need to talk?

If you’d like to talk to us about how we could help you, please fill in our online form, and include:

  • Your name

  • A brief summary of your situation

  • Contact information (phone/email)

Alternatively, you can self-refer by calling: 07817 092 434 or 07977 394 793, 

or get in touch via the enquiries options, here.


If you are worried about someone who is sleeping rough in the area, you can alert Kirklees Council via their dedicated webpage.

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Our referral process is currently paused, so we are unable to respond to messages or accept referrals at this time. The only exception is for individuals who are at risk of Domestic Abuse.

We hope to be able to resume as soon as possible and thank you for your understanding in the meantime.

The KBOP team.

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Real People, Real Lives

We provide support to real people experiencing or at risk of homelessness, in order to help them live independent and fulfilling lives.


Read about Marta*, Gijjar* and Lisa*, along with experiences of other individuals we have supported:


*not participants' real names



...Having mapped out next steps with her support worker, Marta felt understood, encouraged and ready to apply for jobs again.



...After intensive support which saw Gijjar now managing his mental health well and celebrating sobriety from addiction, his employment aspirations began to really progress.



...Lisa was quickly linked into a very proactive engagement worker and feels she couldn’t have been supported any better.

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