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What is Supported Housing?

‘Supported housing’ is a solution for vulnerable people to maintain their dignity and be part of a community.

It is a variety of schemes designed to provide both housing and support to help vulnerable people live as independently as possible in their community and maintain their tenancies, hence tackling and preventing societal issues such as homelessness, poverty, mental health breakdowns, and risk of abuse. 

These schemes are designed to meet the needs of particular client groups, such as people with mental health issues, learning or physical disabilities, addiction issues, victims at risk of domestic violence, ex-offender or older people.

The level of support varies from twice a week floating visits to projects staffed from 9am to 5pm and some overnight and security staff where necessary.

90 minute weekly meetings are also held and all clients are expected to attend.  Housing and support issues will be discussed at these meetings and clients are urged to rectify issues themselves using amicable means.

This support is delivered by staff often known as key workers, wardens or support workers. Services include support for people living in shared and individual homes (studios).

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Who Can We Help?

Male and female who are:

  • Aged between 18 – 45 years old
  • In need of housing with medium-high support
  • In fear of their lives from gang affiliation
  • Willing to engage with staff and other support.
  • At serious risk of offending or leaving prison
  • Abusing substances to an incapacitating level
  • Eligible for housing benefit
Care & Support

The support given to tenants depends on their needs. It can include tasks such as:

  • Help to access benefits
  • Access to treatment services
  • Developing budgeting skills
  • Help finding and accessing other services
  • Help to access local activities
  • Support to maintain a tenancy
Our Workshops

Our workshops provides a way to create an intensive educational experience in a short amount of time. 

These specially designed workshop can introduce new concepts, spurring participants to investigate it further on their own, and can demonstrate and encourage the practice of actual methods. 

It's a great way to teach hands-on skills because it offers participants a chance to try out new methods and fail in a safe situation. Failure is often the best teacher, and failure in this instance doesn't carry a cost. At the same time, feedback, from both the presenter and peers in the group, helps a participant understand what she can do to avoid failure in a real situation.
Workshops are a great way for someone to pass on to colleagues ideas and methods that he has developed or finds important. 

We have found our workshops to be especially important for people who work together as it can help to create a sense of community or common purpose among the participants.

Who Can We Help?

Male and female who are:

  • Aged between 18 – 45 years old
  • In need of housing with medium-high support
  • In fear of their lives from gang affiliation
  • Willing to engage with staff and other support.
  • At serious risk of offending or leaving prison
  • Abusing substances to an incapacitating level
  • Eligible for housing benefit
Care & Support

The support given to tenants depends on their needs. It can include tasks such as:

  • Help to access benefits
  • Access to treatment services
  • Developing budgeting skills
  • Help finding and accessing other services
  • Help to access local activities
  • Support to maintain a tenancy
Our Workshops

Our workshops provides a way to create an intensive educational experience in a short amount of time. 

These specially designed workshop can introduce new concepts, spurring participants to investigate it further on their own, and can demonstrate and encourage the practice of actual methods. 

It's a great way to teach hands-on skills because it offers participants a chance to try out new methods and fail in a safe situation. Failure is often the best teacher, and failure in this instance doesn't carry a cost. At the same time, feedback, from both the presenter and peers in the group, helps a participant understand what she can do to avoid failure in a real situation.
Workshops are a great way for someone to pass on to colleagues ideas and methods that he has developed or finds important. 

We have found our workshops to be especially important for people who work together as it can help to create a sense of community or common purpose among the participants.

Who Can We Help?

Male and female who are:

  • Aged between 18 – 45 years old
  • In need of housing with medium-high support
  • In fear of their lives from gang affiliation
  • Willing to engage with staff and other support.
  • At serious risk of offending or leaving prison
  • Abusing substances to an incapacitating level
  • Eligible for housing benefit
Care & Support

The support given to tenants depends on their needs. It can include tasks such as:

  • Help to access benefits
  • Access to treatment services
  • Developing budgeting skills
  • Help finding and accessing other services
  • Help to access local activities
  • Support to maintain a tenancy
Our Workshops

Our workshops provides a way to create an intensive educational experience in a short amount of time. 

These specially designed workshop can introduce new concepts, spurring participants to investigate it further on their own, and can demonstrate and encourage the practice of actual methods. 

It's a great way to teach hands-on skills because it offers participants a chance to try out new methods and fail in a safe situation. Failure is often the best teacher, and failure in this instance doesn't carry a cost. At the same time, feedback, from both the presenter and peers in the group, helps a participant understand what she can do to avoid failure in a real situation.
Workshops are a great way for someone to pass on to colleagues ideas and methods that he has developed or finds important. 

We have found our workshops to be especially important for people who work together as it can help to create a sense of community or common purpose among the participants.

Who Can We Help?

Male and female who are:

  • Aged between 18 – 45 years old
  • In need of housing with medium-high support
  • In fear of their lives from gang affiliation
  • Willing to engage with staff and other support.
  • At serious risk of offending or leaving prison
  • Abusing substances to an incapacitating level
  • Eligible for housing benefit
Care & Support

The support given to tenants depends on their needs. It can include tasks such as:

  • Help to access benefits
  • Access to treatment services
  • Developing budgeting skills
  • Help finding and accessing other services
  • Help to access local activities
  • Support to maintain a tenancy
Our Workshops

Our workshops provides a way to create an intensive educational experience in a short amount of time. 

These specially designed workshop can introduce new concepts, spurring participants to investigate it further on their own, and can demonstrate and encourage the practice of actual methods. 

It's a great way to teach hands-on skills because it offers participants a chance to try out new methods and fail in a safe situation. Failure is often the best teacher, and failure in this instance doesn't carry a cost. At the same time, feedback, from both the presenter and peers in the group, helps a participant understand what she can do to avoid failure in a real situation.
Workshops are a great way for someone to pass on to colleagues ideas and methods that he has developed or finds important. 

We have found our workshops to be especially important for people who work together as it can help to create a sense of community or common purpose among the participants.

Who We Help

Are you 18 and above
and in need of housing with medium-high support?
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Care & Support

The support given to tenants depends on their needs. It can include tasks such as:

  • Help to access benefits
  • Access to treatment services
  • Developing budgeting skills
  • Help finding and accessing other services
  • Help to access local activities
  • Support to maintain a tenancy
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