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Housing Support

Our aim is to provide advice and assistance to enable you to obtain and sustain a safe place to call home.

How can I get housing support? 

If you think you would benefit from housing support you, or someone on your behalf, should contact your local housing office.

A housing advisor will complete a short initial assessment to consider your personal needs and circumstances.  

Who can get housing support?

Housing support is suitable for many different people who have a variety of needs, for example you may want housing support if you:

  • are homeless or your current living arrangements are at risk of breaking down
  • have difficulty managing your money
  • are experiencing domestic abuse or violence
  • have a physical or sensory impairment
  • have a mental health issue or a learning disability
  • have a drug and/or alcohol dependency issue
  • suffer from a chronic illness or
  • are a young person leaving home or in your first tenancy

Our housing support services can include assisting you to:

  • live independently
  • develop life skills
  • set up home, including budgeting /loans/Community Care Grant claims, securing furniture, and establishing utility services
  • manage your budget: maximise your income, paying bills and debt management /arrears.

Page last updated:
30 Aug 2022

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