We offer a range of housing options both temporary and permanent, and services to support those with additional needs.
Is supported housing for you?
Supported housing could suit you if you:
- Are in housing need or in some cases homeless
- Have mental health problems
- Are a victim of domestic violence
- Have a learning disability
- Have a visual or sensory impairment
- Have alcohol or substance dependency issues
- Are a young person leaving care
- Are a pregnant young woman aged 18-25 (16-18 year olds will be considered with Social Services acting as guarantors) or teenage parent with a baby up to one year old
- Are a homeless family
- Are an ex-offender.
Our supported housing
Our supported housing, some of which are fully furnished, aims to support our residents in maintaining their tenancies at the schemes, with the aim of enabling independence in the future and to break the cycle of homelessness.
We work with partner agencies to give you a consistent approach in your housing management.
We offer a variety of individual support including:
- Personal development work
- Confidence building and relationship support
- Benefit advice and support on managing finances
- Debt and income maximisation
- Advice on finding employment, education and training.
For homeless families we have schemes in Harrow which offer temporary accommodation. The schemes offer the following support:
- Laundry facilities
- Referrals to local food banks
- Staff on site
- Communal gardens with children’s playground