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Housing related support

Housing Related Support service

The Housing Related Support service is a short-term support service which aims to give you the skills to manage your home well. Our aim is that at the end of your support, you will no longer need any further assistance from other homelessness services.

Housing for people with ill-mental health or a disability

Housing adaptions grants and loans and advice for people who want to live independently with ill-mental health and disabilities.

Can’t find what you’re looking for?

You can find other housing related support and guidance elsewhere on our website, including:

Related websites

Focus – work to prevent you from becoming homeless or to find you suitable, alternative accommodation if your home is unsuitable due to your care/health needs.

Age UK  – Housing options advice.

Extra care housing  – Information for Strand Court and how to apply.

Carelink  – For the elderly and vulnerable, remaining in the comfort of their own home is essential to their quality of life. The Carelink Alarm gives an alternative to moving into a care home or having home care visits. The plug in system works using an existing telephone line and connects to a 24/7 monitoring centre. With a push of a button, help is available day or night for those concerned they may fall at home. If you think this may be beneficial to you please contact Carelink on 01472 312312.

Abbeyfield  – Providing housing, residential care and supporting the needs of older people.

Anchor  – Over 55s

Hanover  – Over 60s

Housing 21 – Over 60s

Shelter – Housing for young people

Doorstep – Support for young people and young parents

GOV.UK Lone Parent Advisor

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Let us know if someone is sleeping rough with StreetLink

If you see someone sleeping rough, send an alert to the rough sleep coordinator and local outreach teams so they can give them the support they need.

You can do this on the StreetLink website, or download the app on your mobile.