Queens Cross Housing Association and Maryhill Housing do not have emergency or temporary accommodation. As the demand for social housing is much greater than the available supply of homes, it can take a long time for applicants to be housed by us.  If you are homeless or think that you will become homeless soon, you should contact your local authority for assistance.

If you live in Glasgow

If you require homelessness advice and assistance during office hours, then you should contact Health and Social Care Connect on 0141 287 0555. 

If you require assistance after 4.45pm Monday to Thursday or after 3.55pm on a Friday or weekends and public holidays, then please contact the Emergency Out of Hours Homelessness Service on 0800 838 502.

You can also request homelessness assistance on-line at any time here

If you live outside Glasgow

Your local authority has a duty to help you if you are homeless or will become homeless soon. Please visit your local council’s website for more information.

Homelessness Prevention

Our allocation policies are focused on homelessness prevention and securing settled housing for homeless households as quickly as possible.

Where possible we will prevent homelessness by working with applicants using the housing options approach. We are committed to our duty to accommodate homeless applicants under Section 5 of the Housing (Scotland) Act 2001. We work in partnership with Glasgow City Council to assist in meeting the statutory responsibilities including Housing First and the Rapid Rehousing Transition Plan.