Who we are...

Edinburgh Housing Advice Partnership (EHAP) is a service delivery partnership comprising the Community Help & Advice Initiative (CHAI), Granton Information Centre, Four Square, Move On and Changeworks - all of which are established charities delivering  a range of advice and homelessness prevention services in Edinburgh.

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The Community Help & Advice Initiative (CHAI) delivers a broad range of social welfare, housing, debt and money advice services to the residents of South and South-West Edinburgh.

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Granton Information Centre (GIC) provides free, imparital and confidential expert advice, information and representation to the residents of North Edinburgh on a range of issues and by a variety of methods including centre-based interviews, home visits, outreach/drop in clinics, representation, training provision and raising awareness sessions.

Four Square

Four Square (Scotland) champions the rights and needs of homeless people in Edinburgh and other areas of Scotland. We manage a range of key homelessness services, and work with other agencies to promote quality homelessness services and campaign against policies and practice adversely affecting homeless people.

Move On

Move On works to prevent homelessness and to support people affected by homelessness. Move On train and support young people as peer educators to deliver informative and interactive sessions to other young people on housing options and independent living skills. The positive volunteering experience allows the peer educators to access and sustain education, training and employment opportunities.

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Changeworks informs and enables householders, professionals and volunteers so that people can live in affordably warm homes. Changeworks work with local authorities, organisations, schools and communities, to minimise business and domestic waste. They help public, private and voluntary sector organisations to reduce their impact on the environment.

For up-to-date information about EHAP, follow us on twitter at @ehap_adviceteam

on a range of issues and by a variety of methods inc. centre-based interviews, home visits, outreach / drop in clinics, representation, training provision and raising awareness sessions.

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