Supporting People Programme

Page updated on: 05/09/2023

We want to stop you from losing your home. You will be eligible for support if you are 16 or over and if you are:

  • Experiencing domestic abuse;
  • Homeless/potentially homeless, rough sleeping or vulnerably housed;
  • An Ex-offender or leaving prison;
  • Someone with a physical disability or sensory impairment;
  • Someone with developmental disorders, for example, autism;
  • Experiencing drug and/or alcohol issues;
  • Someone with chronic illnesses, including HIV and AIDS;
  • A single parent family with support needs;
  • Someone with learning difficulties;
  • Experiencing mental health issues;
  • A Young person with support needs
  • If you are in need of support with managing your home

We can help you to:

  • Improve your life and social skills
  • Feel and stay safe at home;
  • Manage your debts and money, such as rent arrears, claiming benefits, and budgeting on a low income;
  • Move or adapt your home;
  • Access employment, employment, education, training, volunteer, social and leisure opportunities;
  • Develop independent living skills, such as cooking, cleaning, and managing your home; and many more.
  • To prevent people from becoming homeless and help homeless people to find and keep accommodation.
  • Access other services such as health, social care and other agencies

To get help

Please call 0300 333 2222. Our team will support you to get the right help.