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You may be at risk of becoming homeless for the following reasons:
If you are at risk of becoming homeless for financial or personal reasons, there a number of ways to seek support.
If you are struggling to pay your mortgage, have fallen into arrears or seeking debt advice see Home owners - homeless prevention.
If you are struggling to pay your rent, have fallen into rent arrears, are seeking discretionary housing payment (DHP) or have lodging issues see renting a property - homeless prevention.
If you are having a relationship breakdown involving domestic violence and need advice on how to deal with the situation without putting yourself in a vulnerable situation see domestic violence - homeless prevention.
If you are aged between 16-25 and being asked to move out due to a family breakdown or are in conflict with your landlord or house mate see homeless mediation.
If after attempting to prevent homelessness, you are still at risk of becoming homeless we may be able to help you find a place to live through our homeless eligibility assessment.
If you require help with something in this section, please contact us.